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“The definition of introvert is not someone who is shy, but someone who needs time alone to recharge. Someone who doesn’t need to be around other people to have a good time. Someone who knows his own mind, and makes his own decisions regardless of what others think. Someone who is dependable and strong, and can withstand pressure from others when he knows what’s right, and doesn’t usually give much of a damn what you think, because he does what he wants to do, thank you very much.

Oh, and I forgot to mention, because he is expert at thinking and understanding his own feelings, he can solve complex problems and create new things that help the world, and make fortunes and invent cool shit and listen to people when they need someone to share important stuff with, and basically connect with people because they aren’t distracted by the buzz of social activity around them.

The Introvert is an outcast. The minority. The loner. The rebel.

The Introvert is a bad-ass. He does not care what you think. He cares only what is right for him. He is strong. He is confident in his skills. He has a deep understanding of the world, and he loves and understands people for who they really are, and has no trouble calling a stupid fuckhead a stupid fuckhead if that’s necessary.

The party guy is out talking to everyone, but the Introvert is the one taking it all in, feeling what is really going on. He’s not socially awkward, he just doesn’t waste time frivolously. He makes his moments count. He is intense, mysterious, passionate and strong.

The introvert prefers time alone to time in crowds, because alone he can do things bigger and more important than just chit-chatting the day away. He is the man with dreams, ambitions, and power. He succeeds where others fail because he has vision. He doesn’t go to clubs. He builds clubs. He doesn’t make friends everywhere he goes. He chooses carefully the friends he keeps. He doesn’t chase women. Women chase him.

As introverts, we are born with an opportunity to build character that extroverts may never have. We can be stronger and more charismatic than the most glib cocktail party conversationalist. We don’t have to talk much, because when we do, it matters. It’s important. It’s something we actually feel.” -Sean


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September 1, 2010 at 8:20 pm

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