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The book has good little tips for introverts who dread going to parties and business events. For example, a good insight is the first time you go to a business event, you might not know anyone but you'll meet some people. The next time you go, you might see some people you know. Each time you go, you'll know more people. Then it won't be as uncomfortable as it once was. Also instead of referring to these actions as expanding your comfort zone, the author refers to it as expanding your capacity. These little changes in how you frame situations can be useful. However, if you've read Susan Cain's book "Quiet," you'll probably find this book anecdotal and shallow.
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There are a few helpful tips and some motivation for me as an introvert, but mostly basic information. This could have been a long blog post instead of being padded to become a short book, so I don't feel I got value for my money. Also, to me as a man, the style, tone, and content came across as very 'girly.' Maybe the book is intended for a female audience, if so I missed it in the description.