|Forlag||Callisto Media Inc.|
|Emne||Advice on careers & achieving success; Popular psychology; Social, group or collective psychology; The self, ego, identity, personality|
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Om Quiet ...in 30 Minutes
Do you know what Bill Gates, Eleanor Roosevelt, Warren Buffet, and Mahatma Gandhi all have in common? Apart from being iconic leaders, they are all introverts. Although leadership is often associated with bold confidence and charisma, many great leaders are soft spoken, and often shy, deep thinkers. In Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, bestselling author Susan Cain uses historic, neuroscientific and literary evidence to describe how, for over a century, the value of extroverts has been glorified to the detriment of innovation and productivity. Touting the hidden strengths of introverts, Cain posits that revealing the power of quietude will not only free introverts to be themselves, but will contribute to positive advancements in leadership, parenting, intimate partnerships, and the work force. Quiet...in 30 minutes is the essential guide to quickly understanding the introverted personality explored in Susan Cain's bestselling book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. Offering a chapter-by-chapter overview of Cain's findings on the power of quiet, this concise summary offers insightful knowledge for introverts, their parents, partners, teachers, and employers.