This book covers an incredible variety of strategies, techniques, and life style choices that can easily help you to live a more fulfilling, enjoyable and successful life as an introvert. Life is so much better when you are using your God given talents to the best of your abilities! Some of the greatest people throughout all of history have been introverts! These people were able to do incredible things by digging deep within themselves and then coming up with a clear cut plan of action. Now it’s your turn! Don’t settle for less than your true full potential! Learn what you can do in order to utilize your natural talents to bring your life to the next level now!
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Learning About Introverts Has Taught Me A Lot
I would listen to "Introvert" again so I can continue to practice the many lessons and exercises taught in this Audio Book. I have learned who I really am inside, and why I act the way I do. I have discovered that I am an Introvert.
The most memorable moment that I learned by listening to "Introvert" is From Chapter 1: "How to Succeed in Challenging Situations." It was in the part when Joshua Mackey talked about Networking, and how this is one way an Introvert can succeed because "it uses the written word." I am a person who likes to write things down. For instance, I would rather text someone instead of speaking on the phone. I would rather send emails then speaking as well. Ace explains that an Introvert can "try to reach people this way." Well, I am a big fan of Club Pogo. It's an online gaming sight, and I have made many friends just by using the chat feature. I do exactly what Ace suggests, and that is, I read what people are chatting about, and I try to include myself in their conversation. Of course, it is only if it's a conversation that I can relate to, and if it's not on a personal level.
I love Joshua Mackey's performance as always, and that is because he brings excitement to Ace's writing. When I listen to him, I concentrate so much better because of the way he speaks.
The one idea that I will remember is one of the questions that you can use to ask yourself if you are an Introvert. "Do you like to relax with yourself after you've spent time with others?" I know this is a question, and not an idea, but I love retiring to my room after company leaves. Of course, I answered yes to this question.
When trying to make friends as someone who is an Introvert, I will remember this statement, "Stay true to yourself." That is one of the most important things to remember.
Great ways to maximize potential!
- Blaine Hart