Life lessons you can learn from introverts
Introverts have more to offer extroverts than you think
Introverts are often told that they need to be more extroverted, that their natural way of being is not conducive to a successful or a fulfilling life—just look at the countless guides trying to "help." But the implication there is that being introverted is a problem that needs to be solved, which can sometimes be all too convincing in a world that seems to reward self-promotion over quiet reflection.
The real difference between introverts and extroverts relates mostly to how they recharge. The people who gain energy from being alone happen to have a lot of really valuable and underappreciated traits which go a long way in relationships, work, and the general quality of one's life.
Click through to see, for a change, what extroverts can learn from introverts.