My personal experience

I was always an extrovert but for the sake of success, I worked on my analytical skills. Such people who can adopt the skill set and behavior of both introverts and extroverts are called ambiverts. Generally speaking, ambiverts are more successful and make more money than introverts and extroverts. To name a few successful ambiverts whom I follow for inspiration are Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jack Bazzell, Patrick Bet-David and Jack Ma. Not only do I follow them, but I’ve adopted their fine habits as well. Among numerous lessons, here are a few I have learned:

  • You must be in the right state of mind when talking to people. You should know what to say and how to talk. The conversation should have enthusiasm and positivity. To learn more about this read my blog on optimism.
  • Be clear about who you are. Develop the strengths you already have rather than concentrating on new things. Explore the ‘5 why’s strategy’. It will help you grow and develop yourself easily and steadily.
  • Read a lot. I would suggest reading 7 Effective Habits of Highly Successful People.
  • Your environment and responsibilities have a direct impact on your behavior. Whether it is your job or a relationship. For instance, a graphic designer can be successful being an introvert and a politician as an extrovert. Certain personalities benefit certain roles. If you switch roles, they will not be able to prosper in the opposite behavioral frame.

    My philosophy

    I prefer to hire and keep employees who are aware of their behavior and personality.

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