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Are you troubled over why majority of quite people are successful in life than those who belong to the opposite class?
Well, the below-listed reasons will convince you on the above.
1. Silent People are
2. Quiet people will often take more time to process information.
In fact they often take the time to think things through and come up with a strategy to execute their ideas.
To be successful in any sphere of your life, you have to develop the capacity to create a strategy and follow through with it.
As quiet people generally think more deeply, their plans are also more effective as they tend to be more thoroughly considered.
3. Introverts use obscurity as an opportunity of growth
As introverts are less concerned about being publicly recognised by others for their accomplishments, they are generally less noticed.
And that does not frighten them in any way.
Most people think the more they can be recognised by others, the more successful they feel. But introverts use this obscurity to their advantage by growing and expanding their skills in private without the pressure of being watched by others.
That is the reason why when quiet people emerge with their creative ideas, it can be quite a shocker to others as they weren’t expecting it.
As the saying goes… “Confuse them with your silence, shock them with your results.”
4. Introverts make good listeners:
The ability to listen well is very critical to success. We can become successful a lot more quickly if we take the time to listen to good advice and follow through with it.
5. Silent People are Naturally more Creative:
Studies suggest that creativity tends to thrive amongst introverts. The reason for this may be because they have a more active imagination and their minds are constantly humming with activity. And this kind of activity always needs some sort of creative outlet.
As they have a higher level of input than output. They are constantly absorbing valuable information from their external environments through their power of observation. And this kind of input will naturally need an outlet for their creative expression.
As introverts don’t often put their hands up to express their ideas, they often pursue endeavours that allow them the space for their creative expressions.
6. Silent people choose their words carefully:
Some people find silences uncomfortable, and as a result, are more likely to ramble to fill the spaces. And its moments like these we tend to say things we generally regret. Introverts however, are not threatened by silence. And as they feel more uncomfortable speaking than they do listening, they tend to speak less. But when they do speak, it’s usually concise yet meaningful.
If there is a short and sweet way to say things, they will choose that over a lengthy explanation. So when they do speak, they have more of an impact with their words.
Thank you very much for your time.