Ambiverts are neutral, they fall between the introvert-extrovert spectrum.
In many ways, ambiverts have the best of both worlds, able to tap into the strengths of both introverts and extroverts as needed.
Why does it matter?
It matters because introversion and extroversion lie at the heart of human nature. One scientist refers to them as “the north and south of temperament.” When you make life choices that are congruent with your temperament—and allow others to do the same—you unleash vast stores of energy.
Conversely, when you spend too much time battling your own nature, the opposite happens: you deplete yourself.
Is it really that simple?
No one’s personality can be completely described in 10 questions—we’re all gloriously complex beings. But the test does provide an accurate indicator of where you fall on the introvert/extrovert spectrum.