They prefer to spend time with themselves than with others, they do not like to party & rather stay in solitude. These characteristics make them apt to focus on perfecting their skills and developing their talent. This is an obvious reason why and how so many self admitted introverts are famous and successful personalities.
Warren Buffet attributes his habit of reading economics which helped him make good investment.
Bill Gates, one of the richest people on the earth was only interested into coding and launched Microsoft that went on to create history.
He says,”I think introverts can do quite well. If you’re clever you can learn to get the benefits of being an introvert, which might be say, being willing to go off for a few days and think about a tough problem, read everything you can, push yourself very hard to think out on the edge of that area”.
Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein were scientists who changed the way the world works. Einstein once said, “The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind”.
Your weakness can actually become your strength if you maintain your basic properties of an introvert and cultivate the skills necessary to break the ceiling. You don’t have to learn to mix up with people or enjoy long conversations on phone, but, to make a mark you got to develop your strengths such that they become your second skin.