The Cheat Sheet:
- How "quiet" came to be a pejorative term as the west urbanized and placed more value on personality (extroversion) over character (introversion).
- Better ways to understand our introverted friends (or selves).
- Action steps for introverts to become more social.
- Why being an introvert might actually be an advantage -- in social situations, negotiation, and creative pursuits.
- Why brainstorming doesn't work and is mostly a social exercise vs. a creative one.
- And so much more...
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If you’re not one yourself, chances are pretty good you know more than a few introverts. In a world that seems to reward extroverts at the expense of their quieter counterparts, it’s no wonder the introvert feels increasingly out of place — often to the point of feigning extroverted tendencies just to fit in.
But this hasn’t always been the case. Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking and co-author of recently published Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts, explains why modern society works this way, what advantages introverts have over their extroverted peers, and why identifying as an introvert doesn’t have to be the death knell to your social life you might fear. You’re not alone, as you’ll discover in this episode. Enjoy!
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