Understand Extroverts’and Introvert’s language 

MBTI®  & Communication Style  – Understand Extroverts’ and Introvert’s language 

During any conversation, we often don’t understand what our friends exactly want or how they are feeling, and sometimes we feel that our friends don’t understand us. Miscommunication may occur because of different personality styles therefore, we should learn about our opposite preferences that affect communication style to develop it to be more effective.

 

 

Extravert communication styles

•  Extravert’s conversation is naturally lively and energetic which we can feel throughout their tone. They tend to seek response and lively conversation in order to gain energy.

• Extraverts tend to communicate on a variety of topics. They can share their opinions openly and change conversation topics during conversations widely.

• Naturally, Extroverts can respond to any questions quickly. However, if they have never developed their opposite preference, they might interrupt others’ conversations and finish their line without permission.

• Since Extravert’s thought process is Thinking out loud, they naturally tend to talk rather than keep quiet as well as immediately ask questions during a conversation. However, even Extroverts prefer thinking out loud but it does not mean that they can not listen to others.

 

Introvert communication styles

• Introvert’s conversation is naturally calm and its energy seems not as much as Extravert’s. They tend to take their time and quietly reflect their thoughts before responding.

• Introvert’s conversation topics might not be variety.They are interested in a specific topic and discuss profoundly.

• While being asked, Introverts tend to keep quiet and reflect for a while then respond a conversation carefully which sometimes it is too late for a quick question.

• As Introverts naturally prefer thinking before speaking out rather than thinking out loud and they prefer others to initiate a conversation first, they may seem uninvolved in any unsafe or unfamiliar situation. If Introverts have never developed their opposite preference properly, they might not be able to start a conversation if necessary, such as, at a meeting

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