Puzzles are a great way to keep our mind sharp and, in this case, learn something new about ourselves.
The world is made up of all kinds of people. Some like to keep to themselves, some prefer the company of others more, and there are those who are somewhere in between. After all, there are no pure introverts or extroverts. Introverts are people who are focused on internalized feelings rather than the outside world while extroverts are more energized from interacting with the outside world. And those who lie in the middle are ambiverts.
Introversion and extroversion are a spectrum. Though, some people might end up on one extreme of it. If you are curious about who you are, the following puzzle could help you. Introverts might find it easier to focus on the finer details and notice the answer quickly. While extroverts could find it hard to focus on an image that has a lot going on. However, there are always exceptions. There could be introverts who are not good at puzzles or have other reasons for not being able to focus easily, like a mental health issue. There could also be extroverts who are great at solving puzzles.
If you want to test your observation skills, here is one puzzle:
The turtle is hiding in plain sight. If you are having trouble looking for it, check the lower half of the image.
If you haven't found it yet, here is the answer:
Here is another puzzle to test your skills.
These colorful parrots are hiding a tiny butterfly amidst them.
How long is it taking you to find it? Keep looking, if you haven't been able to spot it yet.
If you can't find it, here is the answer:
Was this a child's play for you or really tough? If you want more challenging puzzles, you can try your hand at looking for the dog here, or count the number of squares here, you can test your body language reading skills here.
If it was easy for you to spot the turtle or butterfly, then you are likely an introvert. Your ability to go through details with a fine-tooth comb served you well here. There are other signs of introversion like being drawn to jobs or projects that involve independence, you like to learn by watching, or you are very self-aware. It could also be that too much stimulation makes you unfocused and distracted. People might describe you as hard to figure out and quiet. It is likely that you have a small group of friends and being around many people drains your energy, according to Very Well Health.
If it was hard for you to find the animals, it might be because you are an extrovert. You are likely more outward focused and solitary activities like this don't hold your interest. Other signs of extroversion include being good at teamwork, enjoying being the center of attention, or feeling isolated after too much alone time. You could also like communicating by talking, looking outside of you for ideas and inspirations, and having many interests, according to Very Well Health.
In case you were able to find the answers but it took you some time to do it, you are an ambivert. You fall somewhere in the middle and have a bit of both in you.