I loved this book. I am an introvert, and listening to this book gave me more insight into who I am as well as how to empower myself in a world of extroverts. This may seem like hyperbole to most, but I am not exaggerating. Working in and around southern politics, I am around many extroverts, and I look forward to being able to put to use what I learned from this book.
Insightful and thought provoking. Wonder what that says about me? I am about to listen to it again. And I have already recommended this book to many people over there last week.
Everything, the content of course. I found the reader rather enjoyable and well paced, I was amazed by her clarity. But most importantly, the groundbreaking idea of relearning how to see each other as we are, not as the main trend may want us to be, and be respectful of what we see, for the richness lies in variety, and rich we are.
I think I am a mix, I do not know, but I loved every aspect of the book. My 5 year old daughter is an introvert I think, I hope I do the concepts on this book justice by applying some of its ideas to my relationship with her and our family. Thank you.
I loved this book. It gave me so much insight into myself and the introverts around me. It helped me understand the behaviors that my children had as infant introverts and be a lot more aware of how to interact effectively with both introverts and extroverts.
I loved how in-depth the research was for this book. I've been telling all my friends and family about it. I want the world to read this book so we can all understand each other better, a lot better.
I am a visually impaired Game of visually impaired photographer and possibly visually impaired entrepreneur I also love technology
I was born visually impaired and always wondered why I couldn't get along with my classmates this book explains it all perfectly. I really loved it
I fit somewhere firmly in the middle of being an Introvert and Extrovert, but despite not fitting either group one way or the other, the books insights have shed light on both sides of my social 'coin'. A book worthy of taking notes.