There are three types of people in the world: introvert, extrovert, and ambivert. Introvert people are the ones who function best when they are alone.
They would always prefer to be sitting at the corner of the room in a crowd filled with people.
When it comes to establishing relationships, they keep their friends close. More often, they numbered it since they disclose information to a few selected people only.
For the extroverts, they are people who are also referred to as a “social butterfly” as they are outgoing and also considered as a “people person”.
In other words, they love hanging out with people and expanding their connections.
Lastly, ambiverts are individuals who are both introvert and extrovert. They are the people who are adaptable to their environment and can be placed anywhere.
They are capable of building relationships and connections at the same time being reserved and still find joy in their solitude.
These types of definitions are dependent on the personality and upbringing of the person. When the person grew up to be shy, most likely he/she is introvert.
But when he/she was trained to do public speaking or perform publicly and engage with people, that person tends to be extrovert.
While for people who possess the combination of the qualities aforementioned, they are most likely to be ambiverts.
However, for those people who cannot identify themselves yet as among the options given, how do you really open yourself to the world when you want to explore the universe and gain connections?
There are only two steps: first, get out of your comfort zone and explore possibilities in life. Lastly, always choose to experience new things as it will help you know who you are and what you want to do in life.