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Thriving as introverts in an extrovert world, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and author J.K. Rowling have more in common than being highly successful. They're also introverts. This book identifies common misunderstandings about introverts and highlights the strengths often found in people associated with this worldview
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Boost your confidence and develop strategies for asserting yourself at work
Improve your relationships with partners, colleagues, friends, and kids
Manage the stress of hosting or attending big social events
Are you an introvert? It's your time to shine!
Success as an Introvert For Dummies identifies common misunderstandings about introverts and highlights the strengths often found in people associated with this trait. If you're an introvert, you'll learn how to boost your confidence, improve relationships with colleagues, partners, friends, and children, communicate with greater ease and with influence, and much more.
Life as an introvert take tests to determine if you're an introvert, get to know the many remarkable talents and assets of introverted people, and understand how shyness and sensitivity are different from introversion
Thrive in an extrovert's world find out how to make your workplace more introvert-friendly, hone your leadership skills, master the art of public speaking, and make a great impression at important meetings
Don't worry, be an innie discover strategies for overcoming negative thinking, making new friendships, coping effectively with life problems, handling the dating scene, and cutting stressful social situations down to size
Spread the love get lots of handy advice on understanding and supporting the introverts in your life, whether they're kids or adults
Open the book and find:
What makes you an introvert
The main differences between innies and outies
How to make your mark as a quiet leader
Guidance on becoming a confident public speaker
Ways to find personal happiness as an introverted person
Tips on parenting an introverted child
How to pretend to be an extrovert when the need arises
How to improve your workplace relationships