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Concentration and focus

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When extroverts are engaged in a task or activity, especially with others, they can make them feel excited and important. However, an extroverts personal focus and concentration can easily be broken by external distractions. Finding interest in many things at once can be problematic as their attention jumps from one thing to another. An extroverts focus tends to land on the most stimulating idea in the moment, which is not always the task at hand. It is not unusual for them to have multiple tasks going at once, and this usually energises them, rather than wearing them out. Extroverts can tend towards optimism with their enjoyment of social interaction and their short attention span can potentially contributing to this.

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