By | Lachlan Brown | hackspirit.com
It’s easy to see how confidence and extroversion go hand in hand.
When someone has the guts to speak so comfortably to strangers, it makes others believe even more that extroverts are confident, while introverts are not.
But this isn’t always true; introverts can be confident too.
Being an introvert doesn’t automatically mean being shy; it’s a common misconception.
Introverts can be confident in who they are and what they have to say – that is, when they need to speak.
The truly confident introverts don’t waste their time on becoming an extrovert; they tend to focus more on becoming comfortable with themselves.