Why The Babyface vs. Teddy Riley Debacle Was Classic Introvert vs. Extrovert Behavior | TIS Ep. 8
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Babyface (or as he is now called, Shadyface – Google it) and Teddy Riley did a Verzuz battle on Instagram, and it ended up being an epic fail. At least part one of it did. Part two, thankfully lived up to the hype. Lisa tells Sharon all about the shenanigans, the showboating, and the shade, and explains why she thinks that beyond a music battle, it was also a battle of introvert vs. extrovert. Plus: have you ever felt invisible? The sisters discuss how easy it is to be overlooked as an introvert, and what you can do to counteract it.
By The Numbers:
3:32 – Lisa shares how she’s been entertaining herself during the pandemic.
4:19 – The sisters discuss the Teddy Riley vs. Babyface battle and how it relates to introversion and extroversion.
10:27 – Missing the noise of the office? Sharon shares a tool to get you through.
14:36 – The sisters vent about feeling invisible as introverts.
Why The Babyface vs. Teddy Riley Debacle Was Classic Introvert vs. Extrovert Behavior – Quotes:
“Extroverts: every now and then just take it down a little, take a breath, and leave room for other people.”
“As introverts we often feel like we just need a little room to be quietly us.”
“As introverts, we prefer quiet over noise, especially in the office.”
“The same way we as introverts want to be understood, we need to seek to understand.”
“Extroverts, we’ve got your backs.”
“If you know that you have a lot to offer, and you know that you’re being overlooked, or silenced, or looked down upon, or ignored, that can be painful.”
“Like many introverts, I express myself well in the written word.”
“I just direct my energy towards people and places where I think there’s some receptivity.”
“Especially in the United States, the cult of extroversion is strong and ubiquitous.”
“Children who are quiet are more likely to be completely marginalized.”
- “This Office Noise Simulator Makes Working From Home Less Soul-Crushingly Lonely” by Nick Douglas
- I Miss The Office noise simulator, created as a #wfh project by Kids Creative Agency
- The Invisible Child, by Susan Cain