Diving Deeper Into Extravert vs Introvert | Podcast 0439

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In this podcast Joel and Antonia chat about the deeper differences between extraversion and introversion.



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  • Kailey

    Loved this episode! I’ve been listening to you both for years- listening to you both while on a sunny morning walk is my happy place 😊. I’m an INFJ and what you said at 52:30 really resonated about holding idealized expectations of the world and others- that’s definitely been a growth area. What I would add to that discussion is that I also tend to have idealized expectations of myself (Ti in my tertiary) and often times using my Fe and engaging outside of myself helps me get in touch with what is realistically expected from me which is often very freeing. Professionally I am a licensed therapist and I love working with other introverts because I can often help them find their way to a similar discovery as they engage with their co-pilot- which is really rewarding. This episode also helped me notice that for my clients with extroverted drivers, I might be that “Sherpa” helping them explore their inner terrain. I often wonder what I offer extroverts and this helped me get in touch with that. I am excited to reflect on that and consider how I can be more intentional with both language groups that process and holding patience and compassion as my extroverted clients bravely start to engage with their inner worlds- like Antonia said maybe it feels like there are dragons there 🤔.

  • J Robb Wilson

    Excellent podcast on introversion/extroversion (I/E.) Never before have I been able to so fully understand the way your types are explicated as you interact with each other and as you convey your very considerable knowledge. Of course, as an INTP I must cogitate on this more.

    Still, there was one section that had me scratching my head (figuratively and actually.) My concept of energy as it pertains to E/I is that I’s have more, which is a reason that I’s don’t need as much external stimulation and recharge by being alone, especially after interacting with more than one or two others. One the other hand, E’s, who have less internally generated energy, need social contact with a group to recharge. As evidenced by E’s tending to become “the life of the party” while I’s are usually in a corner interacting with one or two others.

    Anyway, again, great podcast. I probably will listen to it at least once more.

  • Ryan INFP

    I have know idea what you were meaning with burnout extravert introvert I do not think that is a thing. I am not saying that extraverts do not seemingly have more energy but is that not because as well as focusing on the outside world they also express a lot more on the outside. Introverts have know choice but to use there co pilot from the minute you go to school i was definitely more perceived extravert from 16 to 23 there is a possibility it works backwards for introverts.
    I am not sure but as an INFP I think what is happening with this listening thing is when I concentrate I know I am fully engaged in the conversation not because I want to be because I have to be to understand what is going on. Basically was Dario Nardi giving instructions to an INFP when in flow state or was they listening to a story this would make a huge difference.

  • Eric

    Not finished yet, just over halfway done, but one thing I noted was the interesting description of IxFP types you gave. Didn’t realize that was how they worked. Dario’s neuroscience book talked about how good of listeners they were with so much of the brain dedicated to listening intently, but the full flow state was interesting to hear. IxFPs are so foreign to me & I couldn’t imagine what it’s like mentally processing like that.

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