Ambiverts and success, Karl Moore’s advice


Desautels professor Karl Moore writes in Forbes that, in-between extroverts and introverts, the ambivert pulls benefits from both social situations and alone time, giving them the best of both worlds.

Being able to talk and listen naturally makes ambiverts great at jobs where the give-and-take of a normal conversation plays into success.

However, though ambiverts may think they’re immune to burnout, they can in fact burn out even faster since they don’t thrive to the same extent on the things that make introverts and extroverts tick. Ambiverts must pay much more attention to staying balanced.

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