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How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
How to take care of extraverts
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How to take care of extraverts

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Inspired by the short list “How to Take Care of introverts”, I started searching for a similar one for extraverts… It did not excist. …

Inspired by the short list “How to Take Care of introverts”, I started searching for a similar one for extraverts… It did not excist.

I did find a list in blog DailyHuff and transformed in into this presentation. Use it well. They need it.

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  • 1. How to take care of extraverts.
  • 2. Inspired by the short list “How to Take Care of introverts”, I started searching for a similar one for extraverts… It did not excist. I did find a list in blog DailyHuff and transformed in into this presentation. Use it well. They need it.
  • 3. Respect their need to share, to ‘talk it out.’ They get their energy from other people.
  • 4. Just as with introverts, never embarrass them in public. If you do embarrass them in public, go along as much as is reasonable if they play it off like a joke.
  • 5. Don’t be surprised if they dive into a new situation headfirst. Don’t freak out either if they flounder a little. They’ll find their way.
  • 6. Extraverts blurt. It’s the nature of the beast. Most try to leaven it with charm, but try to be patient when they don’t.
  • 7. Expect interruptions that may seem rude, to some. Most of the time, they mean well.
  • 8. Build surprise into your lives together. Most extraverts love the thrill of not knowing what’s up - as long as it’s positive.
  • 9. Be prepared for what looks like ADD. The organically outgoing among us feed off the environment around them. They are often the best multi-taskers around, so understand that they are often paying much more attention to you than you think they are.
  • 10. A flashover temper goes with the extraverted personality. The bad thing is it can look like a much more severe storm than it is. The good thing is it’s over quickly.
  • 11. Many extraverts live for the intuitive leap. They reach for it. If teaching an extravert something new, have patience with them jumping ahead of you.
  • 12. They will always have lots of friends. But most extraverts have a core of best friends, and their loyalty can be fierce and aggressive if they feel the need to defend those friends. As with so many aspects of the extraverted personality, you
  • 13. They love compliments, but can usually see right through insincere flattery. Well-timed encouragement, though, can help an extravert soar.
  • 14. Sometimes, it’s okay to just go along with the “show.” Consider it free entertainment.
  • 15. Respect their extraversion. Don’t try to pin them to your board or cage them. And do them a favor, if you are not yourself outgoing, extraverted - gently but persistently remind them to read something like this as often as possible. They probably will need the reminders.

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