Grouping people into sweeping personality categories (e.g., you like parties, so you must be extroverted!) allows little room for nuance—but as you may rightfully suspect, most people’s personalities contain multitudes. We know that some people fall in the middle of the extrovert-introvert spectrum as ambiverts. And just as not all extroverts naturally thrive in every social setting, not all introverts automatically relegate themselves to wallflower status. Enter the outgoing introvert.