which is best?
Not trying to start a war here... just polling.These kind of questions start wars, and usually end with some form of socialism, as to highlight the differences between individuals who will only blame each other more if given the chance to distinguish themselves from each other more thoroughly.
I second this, even though I am a true introvert at heart. However, I can switch over to being extroverted when necessary. I'm in business for a living and I can honestly say it won't take me very far if I sat all day writing in my diary. So true about us being under-appreciated but I don't let that hinder me.I find it hilarious that so many people are voting introvert. Look, I get that this site is dominated by introverts and you like who you are, but this poll is asking which one is better to be. From a purely objective standpoint, that would clearly be ambivert - someone who is able to get along with and persuade people when necessary, and also shrink back and have some time to think/work alone when necessary. Second best would have to be extrovert, simply because this is an extroverted world dominated by extroverts, and being extroverted gives you a huge advantage in such a world. Unfortunately, introverts tend to be underappreciated and that's just something you've gotta learn to accept.