Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

Quiet

Authors: Susan Cain,

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Introverts’ listening skills are misunderstood for shyness. Their solo workstyle is mistaken for being antisocial. Using real-life examples from the lives of Rosa Parks, Steve Wozniak, and Dr. Seuss, Susan Cain puts an end to this misconception. She shows the world who introverts really are. More importantly, she shows introverts who they really are.

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