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whose personality has a balance of extrovert and introvert features.

Signs you might be an ambivert
Here are five signs you might be an ambivert.

1. You’re a good listener and communicator
Extroverts prefer to talk more, and introverts like to observe and listen. But ambiverts know when to speak up and when to listen.

An ambivert might open a meeting by giving a brief pep talk, then offer employees the chance to talk about their own challenges or concerns.

2. You have an ability to regulate behavior
Adjusting to fit the person or situation seems to come naturally to ambiverts.

Imagine you’re riding in an elevator with strangers. An extrovert might start making small talk, but an introvert might put in earbuds to avoid interaction. You might choose either option, depending on your fellow riders.

3. You feel comfortable in social settings, but also value your alone time
Ambiverts can feel like they’re in their element in a crowd or when enjoying a quiet evening at home.

Say a friend calls with a last-minute invite for an evening out. An extrovert will likely accept without hesitation, and an introvert is likely to decline in favor of staying in. The ambivert will probably consider the pros and cons of that particular outing. They could go either way.

4. Empathy comes naturally to you
Ambiverts are able to listen and show they understand where a person is coming from.

If a friend’s having an issue, an extrovert might try to offer a solution right away, and an introvert might be great at listening. An ambivert might listen and ask thoughtful questions to try and help.

5. You’re able to provide balance
In the case of group settings, ambiverts can provide a much-needed balance to the social dynamic.

An ambivert might be the one to help break an awkward silence, making others who are more introverted feel comfortable starting a conversation.

Benefits of being an ambivert
Since ambiverts live in the middle, they have a unique ability