Influential Introverts

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World’s Most Influential Introverts Whenever we come across the word ‘introvert’, we tend to link it to being unsocial, or rather, unproductive, in societal terminology. Our pre-conceived notions make us stay away from introverts and seclude them from different activities. And this, in turn, pitches them into a state of depression, marked by self-harm and suicide. Carl King, filmmaker, author, musician, and introvert, has busted the 10 myths regarding introverts, such as, 'Introverts don't like to talk', 'Introverts are shy', 'Introverts are rude', 'Introverts don't like people', 'Introverts don't like to go out in public', and so on. He says, “You cannot escape us, and to change us would lead to your demise.” And truly enough, you cannot…show more content…
As celebrated as they were, people often find it difficult to believe that they were introverts. In the present day too, there are people who have reached the zenith of success, but are introverts. They prove the fact that introversion has nothing to do with flourishing in one's field of interest, or one's profession for that matter. The following list of 7 of the world’s most influential introverts will dismantle all falsifications about them and create a de-stereotyped image of how introverts really…show more content…
Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, E.T. and Indiana Jones will make you feel the detrimentality of this pre-conceived notion. In his personal time, Spielberg engages in what he calls 'movie orgies', where he watches various films rather than hanging out with his friends or go out clubbing. 6) Emma Watson: Like her much celebrated character Hermione Granger, Emma Watson is an introvert in real life and prefers books instead of people. She has been recently selected as the brand ambassador of the United Nations. On her introversion she says, "That’s like the story of my life. Coming to realize that about myself was very empowering, because I had felt like Oh my god, there must be something wrong with me, because I don’t want to go out and do what all my friends want to do." 7) J.K. Rowling: Let’s face it, we love Harry Potter, and we absolutely love Joanne Kathleen Rowling. It is probably her introversion that has created the web of magic in which kids as well as adults bask. Her introversion can be spotted in Harry's cupboard, his life and, of course, his magic. She likes to spend time in front of a computer screen and notebook, and write her heart out. She finds pleasure in writing and not mixing too much with
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