This is a good point, as it illustrates why real people need a balance between introverted and extroverted perspectives.
As I said before, all breadth and no depth and we never stick with any one idea long enough to grasp its significance.
All depth and no breadth and we never learn to apply our ideas to anything real outside the self and thus are never really able to experience life.
Like yin and yang, the two perspectives are equally important. The key is that extroverts will tend to understand the breadth perspective more naturally, while introverts will tend to understand the depth perspective more naturally.