There are billions and billions of people in the world. Every human being is significant; there here for a purpose. Ethnicity, gender, religion, economics, country of nativity has a lot to do with how our social skills are formed and developed.
We live in a technological society where social media is the leading form of communication. What’s really interesting is the fact that you do not have to be in the same room while communicating, but, you can make the visit as live as possible through cameras, video’s and etc.
Communication is very important to convey one’s message or receive ones message. Your ability to communicate effectively I believe has a lot to do with your personality. An introvert personality seems to be a person who is shy, timid, reclusive, withdrawn and quiet. The Webster dictionary describes introvert as being turned inward upon oneself. An extrovert personality seems to be sociable, outgoing, friendly and talkative. When it comes to communicating which is better?
I personally believe if you plan to stay with the one you love which of course is yourself and never venture outside of unfamiliar territory than introvert is the personality that you probably have. You probably love technology and can’t live without it. That way you can spend more time with yourself excluding social media’s that require constant communication and just posting what’s going on in your life without any real concerns for others. You are in your comfort zone.
On the other hand, if you love yourself and people you probably would be an exciting person to be around, lively talkative conversations with laughter and excitement. You probably would be a little more assertive especially when correcting and getting your point across. Some people may even think you are a little more aggressive because they are too afraid to speak their mind and therefore keep everything bottle up on the inside, still thinking the same exact thoughts, just too reclusive to speak.
I like to believe whether you hold it in or speak the actions of each individual is what tells the real story of a person. Illustrating who you really are is what makes a person true and real. If you are communicating out of your mouth one thing but thinking something entirely different then you are not being true to yourself and therefore probably are not true to others or an effective communicator.
Ursula Tara Davis