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Digging Deeper Allyson Corlett PPE3003-0003 Wednesday, March 22 nd Digging Deeper #2 – Extraversion/Introversion and Group Work Step 1: I was definitely not surprised with these results. This paragraph does describe me very well. I love hanging out with people and would 100% rather be with people than being bored by myself. I love to talk and talk and talk. I decided to major in Public Relations because I enjoy going up to almost anyone and striking a conversation with them. Step 2: I have definitely been in situations where if I show how extroverted I truly am, I might come off as show-offish or trying to outshine people. However, I like to describe myself as an “awkward extrovert”, meaning that I become fully extroverted when I am at least a little bit comfortable around the person. So, I have also been in situations where I have to pretend to not be uncomfortable and try to be as extroverted as I can possibly be. One way this chapter made me think differently about what it means to be extraverted/introverted in our society is when Stephen Wozniak said, “Work alone. You’re going to be best able to design revolutionary products and features if you’re working on your own. Not on a committee. Not on a team,” (Cain, 2012, p.73-74).
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