Every person has an internal male and female part. The male aspect is directive, extroverted, and strong, while the female part is receptive, introverted, and sensitive. My guides define balance as a state of being both sensitive and strong, able to act and able to wait with equal ability.
In fact, they say that an introvert needs to seek the opposite to find balance, more expressiveness, and action. While an extrovert should cultivate more listening, receptivity, and allowing.
Achieving balance takes self-observation and is not a simple arrival, but rather a consistent process of making internal and external adjustments. Pay attention, are you a flip-flopper, moving from being too extroverted to too introverted? Or do you have a propensity to repeatedly hold back or push? Seek the opposite to find the balance.