This question is from Stephanie: “My Myers-Briggs results indicate that I’m an Extravert, but I feel more like an Introvert when I’m being my real self. I cherish my alone time, and though I enjoy mingling with and meeting people, I hate being the center of attention. Is it possible to be an Ambivert?”

I once heard a Type practitioner sum up the difference between Introversion and Extraversion: “An introvert thinks to speak, while an extravert speaks to think.”

Listen to this Question Corner video podcast as Myers-Briggs Master Practitioner Edythe Richards explains the differences between E’s and I’s…