Monday, August 24, 2015

Defining The Introverted Engineer

Spotting the introverted engineer:
  • Careful thinkers who look before they leap.
  • Usually only speak when they have something to say, after they've had a chance to process information internally.
  • Comfort with independent thought and action.
  • Feel at their most alive and most energized in quieter situations.
  • Need solitude to balance out social time.
  • Active inner life, imagination and strong creative streak.
  • Steady, balanced presence during turbulent times.
  • Sharp observational skills.
  • Capacity for active listening and connecting with people on an intimate level.
  • Willing to put other people and their vision in the spotlight.
  • Desire for focus and to develop a depth of understanding/mastery over a topic.

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