Quiet is a book full of impressionable stories of real people. The book shows how much we undervalue introverts and take them for granted, and in the process we turn out to be the ultimate losers.
In the book, Susan takes the reader’s on a journey from Dale Carnegie’s birthplace to a seminar by Tony Robbins. She very effectively maps the rise of the Extrovert Ideal and seeks out far reaching results. Susan Cain goes by step forward in the book by talking to Asian-American students and how they feel left out at school. She dwells deeper into the topic by drawing on cutting edge research in psychology and neuroscience to show the vast differences between introverts and extroverts. This book can be most inspiring as she introduces the readers to some very successful introverts, a record-breaking salesman, a witty public speaker. She also advises her readers how to better deal with an introverted child.
About Susan Cain
Susan Cain is an American writer. She graduated from Princeton University and earned her degree from Harvard Law School. Following the publication of her book Quiet, Susan has been one of the renowned speakers in America.
Sanjay S G
A Wonderful Gift for Introverts
I appreciate silence!
A wonderful book in the Lowest quality paper and the Smallest font available
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Masterpiece on this subject: Kudos to the author
Quietly making Noise!
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Best in the market!
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A book worth reading!
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