- An Introvert's Guide to Being Successful and Happy in an Extrovert Society
- Narrated by: Anne Valliere
- Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-02-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sherell Enterprises Inc
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Introverts, we are told, by comparison, are failures.
Or are they?
In reality, introverts are better listeners, have greater ability to focus on a task, and just require less stimulation. They avoid conflict whenever possible and are able to express themselves better in writing, rather than speech.
There's nothing controversial in any of the above, and in this illuminating and definitive book, An Introvert's Guide to Being Successful and Happy in an Extrovert Society, you will learn that success does not require an extrovert nature.
While the book examines what introversion is, it doesn't place it in a box. Some introverts are shy, but not all, for example. Some are quiet and don't like socializing, but not all are like that.
It looks at the constructive aspects of being introverted and seeks to show the listener the right path to take when choosing a career, or allowing them to include their introversion in their daily lives and see it as a positive force.
And ultimately, it helps you to understand how to become happy and successful in a society that still sees being introverted as a negative.
This book is as useful as it is important. Download it now to see for yourself how being introverted is as cool as you want to make it, and how it can be a positive force that can make a huge and significant impact on your life in today's extrovert world.
Take action right away to learn how to be successful as an introvert by downloading this book today!
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By June on 05-22-16
Interesting Thoughts on introverts
I thought that this was a very interesting take on introversion. I deal with it myself. She gave a nice comparison of introverts and extroversion. She gave some good advice about how to find your happiness. I wish it was longer. Only one chapter on suggestions on how to deal with the issue.