When the weather is nice, I don’t listen to as many podcasts. Most of my listening is in the car, and when the weather is nice, the windows are down, and when the windows are down, I can’t hear podcasts (or music), so I just enjoy the air.
But the weather hasn’t been nice lately, so I’ve been getting caught up with some of my backlog of podcasts.
One I recently finished was another episode of Armchair Expert.
Adam Grant was the expert they interviewed. I wasn’t familiar with him (which is true of the majority of their guests), but the interview was very enjoyable to listen to. Because it was a great interview? Maybe. Because I love psychology? For sure.
There was a lot of takeaway from what Adam was talking about, and there’s a clip that I’m planning to play for my classes (that, thankfully, has no swearing, or I wouldn’t have the option), and I have another podcast on my playlist and two books on my wishlist.
Besides all of that, there was this one little sound bite that was interesting to me:
“Sometimes I have to be false to my personality to be true to my values.”
In other words, sometimes introverts need to speak up or extraverts need to button up in order to act in a way that is in line with their value system.
It got me to thinking.
I’m still thinking.
Does it give your brain something to chew on?