Feb 15, 2018 Getty Images Extroverts are hard-partying loud-mouths and introverts are silent people-haters, right? Not so much. In reality, it's way more complex than that. A quick primer. Extroverts, first defined by famed psychologist Carl Jung in his book Psychological Types, are people who feel energized being around others.
Introverts vs. Some might be talkative while others keep to themselves. However, it's not always the case that everyone gets along, especially when workers are at opposite ends of the social spectrum.
Theory Mind. Introverted vs. Extraverted It is safe to say that Extraversion and Introversion are probably the oldest notions in the history of personality theories. It has long been observed that some people are expressive, outgoing and comfortable in interacting with their surroundings — while others are reserved, quiet and more comfortable alone. It is as if the former sincerely enjoy engaging with the external world and recharge by communicating with other people, and the latter prefer to rely on themselves and their own inner world instead of seeking stimulation from the outside. We focus on these differences in our first scale, which we call Mind — it determines how we see and approach the outside world, including people, objects and activities within it.
So yeah, there was a competition there that was healthy. But a lot of this record, I was trying toв Brian Venable will hate me for thisвbut I was trying to find this kind of classic rock kind of sound, like, Creedence Clearwater Revival.
So I had all these ideas in my head, but when we went into the studio, I was forced to simplify everything.