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She suggested QUIETThe future[edit]This leads one to think about whether we, as a society, focus on personality traits too much as a measure of an individual's capability of success in certain work environments^ Appignanesi, Lisa, "Best psychology books of 2012" (Archived December 4, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.) The Guardian/The Observer, November 30, 2012Our country as a whole loses when the creative energies of introverts is hemmed in by group think^ "Bestselling author Susan Cain will be at Case Western Reserve University Aug

 

(interviewer), "Introverts are undervalued in todays society, says author Susan Cain" (Archived April 18, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.) The Toronto Star, January 30, 2012I am regarded as the trustworthy, smart, and creative oneThe author also discusses the trade-off theory and the things that are lost or gained by being either an introvert or extrovert^ Palumbo, Polly, Ph.D., "Best Parenting Books of 2012" (Archived March 18, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.) Psychology Today, January 18, 2013Here, former corporate lawyer and negotiations consultant Cain gives a more nuanced portrait of introversion

 

Education and child development[edit]Writing in The New York Times, Judith Warner gave Quiet a mixed review,[5] to which Cain blogged a response the same day.[60] Concerning Quiet's writing form, Warner commented that Quiet is "a long and ploddingly earnest book," and contains "go-go language" and "gratuitous sloganeering Highly recommended for quiet people who prefer a more contemplative life than the noisy, shallow party that is American popular cultureEditorial Reviews NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERNPR BESTSELLER WASHINGTON POST BESTSELLERLOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSELLERUSA TODAY TOP 50 BESTSELLERINDIEBOUND BESTSELLERPUBLISHERS WEEKLY BESTSELLERFast Company’s #1 Best Business book of 2012INC Magazine’s Best 2012 Books for Entrepreneurs People Magazine’s 10 Best Books of 2012O, The Oprah Magazine 10 Favorite Books of 2012Christian Science Monitor’s Best Books of 2012GoodReads Nonfiction Choice Award Winner Audible’s #1 Non-Fiction book of 2012Amazon’s Best Books of 2012Barnes & Noble Best Books of 2012Library Journal’s Best Books of 2012Kirkus REVIEWS’ Best Books of 2012“An important book that should embolden anyone who's ever been told, 'Speak up!'”—People“Cain offers a wealth of useful advice for teachers and parents of introverts…Quiet should interest anyone who cares about how people think, work, and get along, or wonders why the guy in the next cubicle acts that wayThink I' still read Highly Sensative Child

 

3 on the Los Angeles Times Best Seller list,[63] NoExtroverts have their place, but things can quickly go haywire when we start confusing assertiveness with competence--the economic meltdown on Wall Street was the most stunning recent exampleReferences[edit]The outspoken people seen are as the leaders in our culture^ a b c d Cain, Susan, "The Rise of the New Groupthink" (WebCite archive), Opinion section of The New York Times, January 13, 2012; appearing in print January 15, 2012I highly, highly recommend itI hope that Cain’s book will help people change their understanding of introversionAs an introvert myself I have always felt inferior at school and work compared to my very talkative and outgoing peers12 best selling book (across all categories) on Amazon.com[67] (March 3, 2012, not necessarily a peak ranking), Nodraws from a wide array of academic research, enlivened with colorful anecdotes, to describe how American culture got to this point."[6]

 

.Anonymous More than 1 year ago Hope the book will especially inspire our schools into thinking how to nurture different types of students and personalitiesI am nearly 50 years old nowIn the workplace[edit]So, this book confirmed some things for me that I already knew, but there were things about myself that I actually learned from this bookCore to our identities[edit]Treasury, the S.E.C., Harvard, Yale, West Point and the US Naval Academy.She received Harvard Law School’s Celebration Award for Thought Leadership,the ToastmastersInternational Golden Gavel Award for Communication and Leadership,and wasnamed one of the world’s top 50 Leadership and Management Experts byInc d53ff467a2

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