The rise of the introvert
Working from home is giving introverts a chance to thrive
by Bethan Rees
The American Psychological Association defines introversion as an "orientation toward the internal private world of one’s self and one’s inner thoughts and feelings, rather than toward the outer world of people and things". A Business Matters article says that it is important not to confuse being an introvert with shyness or loneliness. "Those who identify and reflect with this personality type are likely to take joy from their own company and inner world as opposed to busy social events, which may overstimulate their nervous system," the article says.
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