As an introvert, this book has been really insightful. I have read other books related to the subject. However, this book not only presented new information on the subject I was never aware of, for instance the reason I tend to lose a thought or my mind seems to go blank during overstimulating activities.
This book also goes a step further by providing great ways to cope with overstimulating activities and ways to start and maintain conversation.
This book to me is a must read for an introvert, I intend to go back and take notes from about chapter 7, to help me increase my ability to carry on conversations.
Other note, The authors use of the term "inny" and "outty" to describe either introverts or extroverts respectively had a tendency to annoy me. Otherwise, fully recommended.
Not for the squeamish, it is a great listen and you learn a bit about how some other people apply this to the world.
The author wrote this in a way that made it seem like everything to do with power requires deception, which I don't agree with, but if you are able to see the value of the principles outlined with or without the "inherent need" for deception, I think their's a lot to be gained.
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