Studies show that extroverts don't perform as well in sales and leadership as ambiverts (those who fall in the center of the introvert-extrovert scale).
And since the majority of us are ambiverts, I think that's encouraging.
One researcher said, "The good news, then, is that in some sense we are all born to sell and equipped to lead. And that means a hidden but urgent challenge for organizations of every kind to shatter the stereotype of who’s an effective leader." *
In the Body of Christ, we sometimes stereotype leaders and evangelists as those who are more visible and popular, but God uses behind-the-scene Christians in powerful ways.
"For we are God’s [own] handiwork (His workmanship), recreated in Christ Jesus, [born anew] that we may do those good works which God predestined (planned beforehand) for us [taking paths which He prepared ahead of time], that we should walk in them [living the good life which He prearranged and made ready for us to live]." Ephesians 2:10 Amplified Bible
If you ever wish you were more well-known, popular or more in the public eye, give it up. Instead, let God use you just as you are. He has important things for you to do.
*Washington Post:Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed