Extroversion | Outgoingness | Action

You are inclined to take action. You do not like to sit still or wait for too long. You prefer when you can make things happen.

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Just like Introversion can take on many meanings, so can Extroversion. In its most pure form, Extroversion is just a preference for being out, doing things with other people, learning, getting to know others, and having new experiences. Most Extroverts feel they get energy from being out. Extroversion is a scale, and the most Extroverted types tend to also be highly active and outdoorsy.

They have a lot of energy in the body and prefer to be out doing something with that energy. Extroverts also tend to be a lot more direct. They say things without thinking and have less inhibitions or rules. Many Extroverts are also highly proactive, and tend to take charge and show leadership in group settings. There are six types of Extroversion that we can speak of.

Extroverted Functions

There are four types of Extroverted functions but six types of Extroverts. Today we talk about the six types of Extroverts.

Sensory Extroversion

Full of energy, active, and likes to have lots of things going on. Easygoing and friendly and tend to fit in well with most people. You are typically interested in everyone and everything. ESXXs get easily bored if nothing is happening. You are not very patient with people.

Feeling Extroversion

You need to feel harmony with your environment and to fit in well with other people. EXFXs think it’s important to have teamwork and to feel connected to those around you. You tend to ignore your own feelings and needs. You can struggle to set boundaries for yourself. This can cause you to lose energy around other people.

Thinking Extroversion

You are enterprising and a smart risk taker. EXTXs don’t mind argument and thrive on competition. Thinking Extroverts find it fun to test their wit against other people. You need to have other people to throw ideas and arguments against. You can sometimes speak without thinking. You sometimes hit against a wall or do things recklessly.

iNtuitive Extroversion

You love to learn and are always challenging your mind to hear new ideas and new perspectives. You are not afraid of questions and you like to try new things. You prefer to go your own way in life and to see what nobody has ever seen before. ENXXs tend to be very perfectionistic and have high expectations of people.

Extroverted Judging

You are full of initiative and energy and like to make things happen. EXXJs enjoy making new friends and getting to know new people. You are usually the first person to introduce yourself and speak at a meeting. You are not very open to changes and feedback from other people.

Extroverted Perceiving

You enjoy when things are happening around you. Often, you are observant and curious and you can adapt easily to your environment. You are rarely caught off guard, and tend to be one step ahead of everyone else. You can be shy or afraid of new people.

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