no...i'm the one getting other people to talk...it's not the erin show when i'm in the room...not all extraverts are that way.
yea, same here.
My goal has to do with the other person's happiness usually, not trying to sell anything but smiles. Usually takes getting a decent read on someone to figure out what's going to make them happy.
i dont doubt that, but for the same reason i still disagree. the question of importance is to what depth does "quality" socializing go?
my point is, why wouldnt an extrovert think they could really understand other people so easily? think about it...
I'm not sure what you're asking. But just because we're extroverts doesn't mean that we're constantly skimming the crowd ALL the time. Sometimes it means a deep and meaningful connection with one person. It often also depends on the environment.
I don't know about most introverts, some might think they are superior but I think a lot also see the value in being extraverted. I sometimes thing it would be great to be extraverted, it has a lot of advantages in terms of education and career wise.