Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can't Stop Talking
Pages no: 352
I'm glad this book was written, finally."Quiet gives not only a voice, but a path to homecoming for so many who've walked through the better part of their lives thinking the way they engage with the world is something in need of fixing. ~Jonathan Fields
Information here, if it is true, and it feels true based on observations of myself, could change the way I approach my work, structure my days, and get life accomplished. I'm planning to gift copies to my children.
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Thank you for validating my hatred of class participation. But honestly, a terrific book if you are the type of person who doesn't love networking and working with large groups of people.
Loved it. Absolutely loved it. Just about every page had me going "This is me, this is me!" There were so many perfect descriptions of thoughts, actions, feelings and situations I've been in, to the point of being uncanny. I also loved that fact that she's not blatantly saying ALL introverts are lik...
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