59 – Introverts vs Extroverts in Business with Daniel Ordonez

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In this episode we get to speak with UI/UX Designer Daniel Ordonez. We get to know Daniel and explore his passion for design, while we also dive into his history in the industry.

From designing brilliant interfaces to leading user testing and compiling meaningful analytics, Daniel brings intense creativity and a strong background in designing great user experiences. His professional experience spans more than eight years and includes leading cross-functional teams, following agile methodologies and streamlining application processes to greatly increase user satisfaction.

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Our group topic was Introverts versus Extroverts in the business landscape. In the modern workplace, we are generally in small tight cubes like rats, or the ever-popular open workspace where the walls have been removed. These habitats celebrate the “group think environment”.

In a group dynamic, we can’t help but mirror each-other. We mirror each other’s behaviors, we mirror each other’s opinions, we mirror the people that we like because we can’t help but follow the tribe. In social situations, we tend to copy the behaviors of others, and **some argue** the results are a recursive loop of the same old ideas since we just want to agree with everyone and be liked, loved, and be part of the group. In a culture where being social and outgoing is prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert.

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