Authors: Susan Cain,Gregory Mone, Grant Snider
They listen, while the world speaks. They read, while the world parties. They create and innovate in silence. They work on their own rather than in teams. Over a third of the people you meet everyday are of such nature — the introverts. They often misunderstood to be antisocial and quiet, but it is to them that the world owes most of its groundbreaking inventions.
Video Review of Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts by Susan Cain,Gregory Mone, Grant Snider
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