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Are you a socially introverted, or extroverted entp?

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Do you gain energy from alone time, or from spending time with a bunch of people?
 

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Do you gain energy from alone time, or from spending time with a bunch of people?

I gain different energies from both, I either get fed up with being alone with my thoughts or talking to people too much, so I balance both out, on social media though I’m active a lot which compensates for when I’m not outside with a group of people as I meet new friends
 

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I gain different energies from both, I either get fed up with being alone with my thoughts or talking to people too much, so I balance both out, on social media though I’m active a lot which compensates for when I’m not outside with a group of people as I meet new friends
Same. I also have a hyper-social job. So when I get home from work I need a lot of alone time to achieve balance. But it can’t be too much alone time. (Which is why I recently moved into a collective with 5 other adults. So, it can be relatively easy for me to just go into our kitchen/living room and just hang out).

I also have a solid history of being very active on forums/social media etc which works well to stimulate the need for contact with others when I’m physically alone.


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Do you gain energy from alone time, or from spending time with a bunch of people?
Oddly enough, I could go either way. Depends upon my mood and what I find when I get there. I usually plan my group outings very carefully. I decide when I show up, I make certain I can leave whenever I choose, and I completely manage my level of interaction. If I find interesting people to converse with, I'll extend my time. If not, I'll leave as quickly as the novelty wears off.

I hate conventions. Too much overstimulation for me. I prefer groups of people below 50. I want to experience them all (unless they are boring, then I want to be somewhere else).
 

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Really extroverted. My best 'fun' experiences are the workshops were you throw hunderds of participants that they were not knowing one each other to organize themselves into small teams focused in proposing solutions for specific objectives. Are you familiar with Hacking Health - Hacking Health ?, so that style... (there are many other platforms beside HH).
 
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