How Taylor Swift Celebrates Introversion

It’s Erin here, jumping in to share her insights on introversion.

One of the most misunderstood categories of humans are introverts. From assumptions that we’re all shy and awkward, to stereotypes about what we do for fun. Society is rife with opinions about life as an introvert.

As Abbey Research’s resident introvert, I often speak about my introversion and how it impacts our work as corporate trainers. We believe that it is essential to know where your employees fall on the extroversion–introversion spectrum. But for today’s blog we’re taking a slightly different take.

If you didn’t know, Taylor Swift is back on her globally dominating Eras Tour this month. So we thought it would be a good time to bring back this conversation. You might be surprised to find an intersection between introverts and Taylor Swift songs, but since I love to talk about both things, it seemed pretty natural to me.

Kristen and Erin at the Eras Tour in Pittsburgh last June.

So what’s the connection? People also make a lot of assumptions about Taylor’s songs and what they celebrate.

You might be surprised to learn just how many of her songs celebrate aspects of introversion.

So, if you like our girl Tay and want to learn more about what it means to be introverted, check out this top 10 list from my friends at Introvert, Dear:

Music speaks to us all in different ways. What’s your favorite song that captures you or how you feel?


No comments yet. Why don’t you start the discussion?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *