Attractive people are intimidating
That means they are motivated to act by deeper, internal convictions rather than shallow, external motivations like reward and recognition.They know who they are, what they want and what matters in their life.They enjoy learning and figuring out new things for themselves.And while they might be dubbed book worms, they are smart. You are better off spending time with someone who’s knowledgeable and eagerly interested in learning more, than someone who is ignorant and disinterested.It seems everyone in our extroverted world today is preoccupied with themselves and what’s on their own mind.
The more they speak the more fascinated you become and the more you want to hear them speak.In the state of solitude, introverts get in touch with their inner monologue, ask the right questions and flex their creative muscles.Author Susan Cain notes that, “Without introverts, the world would be devoid of: the theory of gravity; the theory of relativity; W. Yeats’s “The Second Coming”; Chopin’s nocturnes; Proust’s In Search of Lost Time; Peter Pan…” and so on.Introverts see things others often miss or don’t see.
The world is an introvert’s wonderland with possibilities everywhere.In a world that is always in a rush and that can’t stop talking and clamoring for the limelight, the introvert’s cool and laid-back nature is extremely appealing.