2. Describe a time when you sabotaged your own success.

Introverts are deeply focused on accomplishing everyday tasks with a clean slate and no mistakes. So, it is a big deal if they even do one little slip.

No one can blame them for being perfectionists. They placed their own levels of success as their motivational goals. And even if they achieve those goals, introverts would overthink to assess what is sorely lacking or what can be improved. Only at times, it leads to sabotage. Thus, if ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

So, expect lengthy stories on times when they botched their own accomplishments. Or other similar stories like that untrained curator who failed to preserve a fresco painting that unintentionally broke the net.