Al and Johnny discuss how being funny and other personality quirks can be a product of something deep inside
Were all socially awkward sometimes, but it takes two to make it that way.
Michaela Chung has done what only a small few have: quit her job and travel the world. She talks to Johnny and Al about making the decision to move forward on her personal journey and what it's like for the introvert coach and author to live abroad.
It's been 100 awesome episodes of introvert extrovert and it's time to reflect on what has happened so far, and what 's going on in the future. Also, Johnny's mom checks in for some details about what it was like being an introvert and raising the 'extrovert in every sense of the word'.
Going deep into an issue can be rewarding but sometimes we should stop and take a look inside ourselves to strengthen our weaknesses
A lot of people joke around about obsessive compulsive disorder but for many people living with it is not a joke. Al and Johnny talk about OCD, the research on it and what it means for introverts and extroverts.
An introvert tradition, but an extrovert getaway, movies are a reflection of who we are. Movies play big roles in our lives and also shape the people we become as well as our social behavior patterns and beliefs.
Social media has become a necessity for many people but there are many downsides to this mass communication tool. Studies have shown links to depression, loneliness, and feelings that are general associated with being antisocial. Al and Johnny look at the up and down sides of social media and explain why one can take part and end up feeling even less connected.
Known as the grandfather of all personality tests in Western Society, the MMPI tests a huge variety of aspects of personality (all of them considered to be negative for a soldier). Most all of todays personality inventories were based on sub-sections of this 550+ question test. The guys break down each aspect and what it measures.