After spending the 20th century in relative silence, introverts are poised to rule the Interactive Age.
Social media has changed the way we communicate. The extroverted approach to communication in the 20th century—one-size-fits-all programming, in-your-face advertising, and dictatorial monologues—has been replaced by a more thoughtful and empathetic discourse that involves listening to the ideas of others, engaging in dialogue, offering comments and opinions, and sharing interesting content.
And no one is better prepared for this communication revolution than introverts. Here are the eight reasons why introverts will rule the Interactive Age: