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The Unsung Prodigy: Navigating Through the Introspective World of Introverts

Volume: 44  ,  Issue: 1 , January    Published Date: 22 January 2020
Publisher Name: IJRP
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Authors

# Author Name
1 Pristine P. Pascasio, MAEd
2 Luis Aldrin M. Miraran
3 Aisha S. Blin
4 Hector P. Cabachete, Jr.
5 John Dominic D. Ferreras
6 Paul Lawrence D. Jimenez

Abstract

Background: Introversion, one of the primary personality types, is characterized by its preference towards discouragement and individual identity which is unique and unusual.  These individuals are gifted with different and eccentric talents that are astonishing to the human eye, which is why introverts are responsible for some of the greatest achievements in history and are known for being victorious and triumphant leaders in the world. Methods: With five selected participants from Philippine School of Doha located at Doha, State of Qatar and with twenty-five formulated research interview questions; this research employs the use of phenomenology qualitative design for its research approach to explain, engaging in comprehending and apprehending on how introverts deal with their soft power through life’s challenges. Findings: The findings have shown the accumulated characteristics of introverts that show potentiality in their unseen abilities and skills, namely; Self – Efficacy, Contemplative Perspicacity, and Standard Proclivity. Conclusion: Introverts are capable of being leaders despite their nature of solitude as they can harness their skills and abilities in a different approach so that the society will be able to learn and utilize from the experiences and perspectives of introverts. Recommendation: To fill in this literature gap, this paper suggests upcoming researchers increase the number of participants to produce a broader range of responses and should have diverse backgrounds to examine if all introverts have relativity towards each other on the responses that they will soon create.

Keywords

  • introversion
  • self-efficacy
  • contemplative perspicacity
  • philippine school doha
  • Doha State of Qatar
  • Phenomenology