Sitting down and writing for a couple of hours is something that I absolutely love and enjoy.For an extrovert that would be the definition of hell.Introversion can be misread as a lack of interest to some people, so it's always better to say 'I'm an introvert' than to let them think you aren't enjoying their company." —Emily Weeden, Facebook "Become friends with people.As an introvert, it's hard to meet new people, so try hanging out with people you already know. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere tomorrow morning?I give a lot of advice on going out and meeting people that involves going out and being as social as possible, which is great if you’re naturally an outgoing person (or willing to fake it).Sure, it’s relatively simple to meet strangers at parties and bars…Want to woo the woman of your dreams but are seriously shy and socially awkward? Look for the signs they’re interested Ask any dating coach and they’ll tell you how crucial signs of interest are. The key to success when it comes to dating – this applies to anyone and everyone – is to look for signs the other person is in the right place to be approached.
It made me more comfortable knowing the area, what kind of food there was, etc., so I could focus on the person and talking to them rather than the atmosphere or what I would order." —Stephanie Combs, Facebook "Go to events your more extroverted friends invite you to.Besides being able to provide you with a lot of free advice, the fact that I don’t enjoy being surrounded by hordes of people who kill me with their ridiculous small talk helped me to attracted amazing women.I know that it sound counterintuitive, but I personally regard my introversion when it comes to meeting and dating beautiful women.Before we talk about dating tips for introverts, it’s best to define at least some terms here…and the first and foremost is the mistaken idea that introverts are somehow shy or have social anxieties.No pressure." —mechteldho "One of the best pieces of advice I've ever gotten (from another introvert who was great at meeting/picking up people) was to treat the stranger like you've known them a long time but haven't seen them in a while.