shovland at mindspring.com
Mon Oct 18 18:21:24 UTC 2004
Speaking as an INTP, I am no longer holding my
breath waiting for the extroverted majority to
recognize my virtues.
These days my best thinking goes into building
up my own business.
Like gays, introverts serve a purpose, and we
should pursue it vigorously :-)
From: Michael Christopher [SMTP:anonymous_animus at yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, October 18, 2004 10:42 AM
To: paleopsych at paleopsych.org
Subject: [Paleopsych] introverts
>>Extroverts therefore dominate public life. This
is a pity. If we introverts ran the world, it would no
doubt be a calmer, saner, more peaceful sort of
--I've seen a lot of brilliant introverts marginalized
in groups dominated by more outgoing but less talented
people. I wonder if there are ways to create groups
that nurture introverts rather than pushing them to
the edges? Our culture tends to believe that people
who are dominant and outgoing deserve to be on top,
but in the process a lot of good ideas are lost.
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