How to Learn Intensely

Many XIPs have an innate preference for a specific mode of taking in and processing information without being aware of this. Their environment usually offers information in a certain mode, which may or may not provide an adequate fit for them. One may compare the results to having to listen, think and speak in your mother tongue, or in your … ….. read on

Rise of the Introverts?

“Do you get energized by being among others, or by being on your own?” That is the core of various questions about your inclination towards extraversion or introversion. XIPs find the resulting label often confusing, especially if their real answer is: “That depends.” In this blog I want to clarify why it is relevant for XIPs to be aware of … ….. read on

Extraversion / Introversion

When Jung was developing his theory of psychological archetypes in the 1920s, he consid­er­ed the relation between the individual and his environment as one of the characteristic factors. He distinguished extraversion, oriented towards the outside, and introversion, oriented towards the inside. The distinction between the two lies in the gradations in preference: An extravert can therefore also occasionally display introverted … ….. read on