Types of personalities

The personality of a person can be defined on the basis of his or her social character. In the 1920s A psychologist Carl Jung has divided personalities into three groups on the basis of social characters as Introvert, Extrovert, Ambivert.

Types of Personalities:-

1. Introvert

2. Extrovert

3. Ambivert

1. Introvert :-

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Introverts are individuals who prefer to be alone or in a small group of two or three people, they are socially isolated and tend to talk less. they feel more comfortable and energized doing things on their own, they don’t like attending gatherings and group works. They have only a few friends but they are very close with those friends.

Because of these characteristics, such individuals are often self-centered. They seem incapable of adjusting easily to society or to social conditions. They take time in making decisions. They have a high capability of thinking that’s why they are very intelligent, hard in thought, and future-oriented.

2. Extrovert :-

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Extroverts are often friendly, sociable, talkative, and social in nature. They often prefer social interactions. They are generous, helpful, and courageous. Extroverts are often described as happy, positive, cheerful, and sociable. They can often be described as a carefree or temperamental person. They show interest in the present reality rather than the future.

They do not hesitate. They openly express their feelings. They do not like to be alone for a long time. They take quick decisions and immediately apply. They are not easily distracted or affected by troubles and difficulties.

3. Ambivert :-

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There are only a few people who are absolutely introverted or extroverted. Most of the remaining individuals have traits or qualities of introverted and extroverted individuals. Ambiverts have an attitude of flexibility they easily adjusted in both conditions being alone or being in groups.

The people who are ambiverts are the smartest because they change their state of mind according to condition. they can adapt to context and situations very easily. They have a balance in their life such individuals are called ambiverts.

An Attitude of Positive Expectation

is the mark of the ” Superior Personality”

– Brian Tracy

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