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Quiet by Susan Cain
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Sep 28, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: intellectual-history, psycho-spiritual

I was able to obtain a pre-pub reader's copy of Susan Cain's new book.
This is a useful book for the introvert forced to be in the public eye.
By public eye I mean more than 1 or 2 people. I, as an introvert, gained a better understanding of why I am the way I am. Most introverts will find helpful tips and info on dealing with work and daily matters. Now if I could only have enough money to move away and live in seclusion. ;-)
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message 1: by Nancy (new) - added it

Nancy I'd be pleased if my boss would just quit trying to fit me in the mold she built. Sigh


Steve Nancy wrote: "I'd be pleased if my boss would just quit trying to fit me in the mold she built. Sigh"

Nancy, I know what you mean. People assume that being an introvert is like having a medical problem -- you will eventually get over it. Too many folks think that their employees, friends, etc. are like cookie dough, made to fit the mold they force on them.


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