What does this mean to you?
During self exploration of personalities, the meaning behind the word "ambivert" inspired me to create this custom hybrid typography, that expressively shows the combination of contrasting features of introversion and extroversion working together. The excerpt below also reminds me of working as a sales associate at Groupe Dynamite. My manager, coincidentally named Amber, coached me on how to approach and relate to customers with attunement and personalization while selling and styling clothes.
“You’re an ambivert. That means you’re neither strongly introverted nor strongly extraverted. Recent research by Adam Grant of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Management has found that ambiverts make the best salespeople. Ambiverts tend to be adept at the quality of attunement. They know when to push and when to hold back, when to speak up and when to shut up. So don’t fall for the myth of the extraverted sales star. Just keep being your ambiverted self.
For more on attunement and ambiversion, see Chapter 4 of To Sell is Human.”