The Power of Being an Introvert

What is common between Hrithik Roshan, Karan Johar,. Warren Buffet, Bill Gates and a few hundred people that have either walked into my clinic or I have met them at workshops over the last few years? 

They all have been Introverts at some point in their life.

If you know anyone who is an Introvert, than always keep the following 7 points in your mind:

1. Introvert - its not a disorder or mental weakness. See Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Mukesh Ambani.. They are among the most powerful men in the world.

2. Shyness - They are not always shy. They have a problem starting or maintaining a conversation. Knowing their own short coming they prefer to keep quiet. They need to learn how to overcome this short-coming.

3. They don't talk - They love to talk. But for them to talk, they need a topic which they are comfortable with, they need a person who encourages and appreciates their views on that topic.

4. Friendships Skills - Introverts are probably the best and most loyal friends an individual could have. Since they interact and open up to only a few people, they love those people many times more than others would.

5. Social skills - If they have a problem starting or maintaining a conversation, they might just focus on speaking the relevant issues. Creating a perception of "high headiness" or "high attitude" around them.

6. They stay alone - Because people don't understand them, they develop ways of day-dreaming and staying happy within their own thoughts.

7. Don't have Fun - Their brain is sensitive to noises and high adrenaline rushes. This doesn't mean they cann't have fun. Their definition of fun is different. But if you are ready to try their way of fun, you can have the time of your life!!!

As a neuro-behavioral consultant I am thankful to every introvert who I have counseled, as he/she has thought me that if you give time to listen and understand them, don't judge them and don't discriminate them, you can help them uncover a very powerful personality.
Hrithik Roshan, Karan Johar, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates did it... so can anyone else!!
For any further discussion on the above contact me 

Dr.hemant Mittal
Neuro-Behavioural Consultant, Motivational Speaker and Wellness Expert
(MBBS, PG.DPM, M.D.(Mind Mantra Wellness Concepts - Mumbai))

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  1. Good one. Let us have such parlimentarians to rule India.

  2. Awesome! That definitely cheers up introvert people!

  3. Wonderful Doc..

  4. great post!! read it through to understand people very much like me.. really.

  5. Well, you were very right in the qualities that you highlighted about being an introvert, but there are other challenges...
    dealing with people in the college, workplace or neighborhood. The kind of difficulties that come when you have to face the world all by yourself with only a few close friends to bank on.. the trouble with going new places, doing new things .. its in everything.
    But then, when there is a task at hand, nothing really stops these people from achieving it.
    - sheer introspection - :D

  6. That has solved a lot of things for me. I used to constantly think that there was something wrong in me being quiet in situations where the topic of discussion was senseless. thank u dr mittal

  7. This article has really help me to understand myself in depth...or else I would always wonder that something is wrong in me

  8. Thanks for the article. Explains lot of things and not to try change in behaviour in a group.

  9. nice articles... its very helpful to understand my self.. and the test is too good.. thanx for this sir..