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Filed Under: Advice & Confessions Tagged With: adaptability, am I an extrovert?, am I an introvert?, ambivert, autonomy, big 5, Carl Jung, creativity, david lynch, extrovert, human nature, introvert, isolation, Jean-Michel Basquiat, jung's typology, maximize talent, myers briggs, narcissism, personality spectrum, starting conversation, Susan Cain, wilkine brutus
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