How do you manage to work with the most annoying people as an introvert?

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How do you manage to work with the most annoying people as an introvert

I don’t know. I think it’s a combination of the fact that I’m not very good at socializing, and I have a lot of time on my hands, so I can do whatever I want. It’s just a matter of finding the time to do it. If I had to choose one thing, it would be to be more social, because that’s the only way I know how to get things done. But I also think that if you’re an extrovert, you have to find a balance between the two. You can’t be one and not the other. That’s what I’ve learned over the years: you can be both, but you need to know which one you prefer at the same time. And I guess it comes down to what you want out of life and what’s most important to you. So, for example, if I wanted to go to a party, I’d probably go with someone who’s more outgoing outgoing people tend to have more fun, whereas introverts are more introspective, and introverted people are usually the ones who have the least fun. Or maybe I just want to hang out with people who are kind of like me, who aren’t as outgoing as I am, or maybe they’re a little bit more reserved. Whatever the case may be, the important thing is that you find the balance that works best for you and your personality.
The other thing I do is try to stay away from social situations where I feel like I might be judged or judged by other people. When I was younger, that was a big deal for me because I felt like people were judging me for something I didn’t even do. Nowadays, when I go out, there’s no judging going on at all. People are nice to me and it doesn’t matter what people think of me or what they think I should be doing. The only thing that matters is whether or not I get to meet new people and make new friends, which is all that matters in the long run. There’s nothing wrong with being a social butterfly, as long as you keep it to yourself and you make sure that the people you meet are good people, not people that are judging you or trying to make you feel bad about yourself or anything like that. In other words, just be yourself, be who you are, and enjoy the company of your friends and family and whatever else comes your way.
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