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From Introversion to Leadership

A Guide for Defeating the Limits of Introversion and Shyness, and Becoming a Great Leader
Narrated by: T. S. Coleman
Length: 2 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Are you an introvert? Are you a leader? Are you an introvert trying to lead people? Are you trying to lead people but you feel you introverted nature is making you less effective? So long as your character profile has "lead" and "introvert", this audiobook is for you. It is a guide that shows you how to combine introversion with leadership. Both can exist together. Being introverted does not mean that you cannot lead. Far from it. Being an introvert gives you further leverage and time to even develop better into the sort of leader you want.

From Introversion to Leadership, a guide for defeating the limits of introversion and shyness, and becoming a great leader:

  • Explains why introversion is not a disease, and why you should be proud of your nature
  • Details how introversion has enabled the greatest scientists in history concentrate their cognitive strengths to solve complex issues
  • Teaches the core significance of relationships in leadership and the dangers of toxic relationships
  • Shows the four different ways to stand out in every room you walk into and be recognized as a leader
  • Gives out essential tips for becoming a bold, fearless personality able to inspire people to a vision
  • Profiles what characteristics good leaders must always have
  • Uses morals from the greatest leaders in history to show you the way to become a great leader
  • Shows you how to change from "shy introvert" to "able, efficient leader"
  • Clarifies why you must always make your criticism constructive and helpful, and how to dispense such criticism. It also explains how you can handle criticism from your subordinates and team members
  • Outlines the step to accelerated self-growth, and how to develop proper channels for communicating with team members
  • Re-explains the concept of failure, and shows how you can use initial failure as a springboard for future success

Nothing stops you from being a leader, not even your nature.

©2019 Franco Ferretto (P)2019 Franco Ferretto

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One of the most important books

This is a great book that helped me to understand myself better, and be ok with being an introvert. I highly recommend this book to all introverts and people that are close to an introvert and need help understanding why we respond the way we do at times.

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Loved it!

The perspective offered in this book led me to the understanding that extrovert or introvert, if one works hard to understand and be understood, neither label is bad. This was a revelation to me.

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Useful, insightful

The word introvert has a very negative connotation in our society. The author replaces this with a plethora of positive, proven advantages of being inward looking. Anyone who is an introvert or has an introverted child or mate needs to read this book. Introverts are not weird. They don't need to come out of their shell. They don't need to speak up. They need to be themselves.

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Worth to buy

This is definitely a rich and encouraging book. It is wonderful to feel understood and valued as an introvert. But don't think that this is simply a feel-good "you are wonderful you are unique" book. Far from it. Rather, the author clearly understands the dangers and stresses that accompany introversion and gives practical, comforting advice for nave gating the extroverted world we live in, while at the same time never making us feel like a problem that needs to be fixed. Well worth the listen!

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Great for Everyone

This was an encouraging and affirming book for this introvert. I work in an Extrovert rewarded field and it helped to know that it's ok I feel out of place or exhausted from the effort to perform as an Extrovert. So many things made me feel less alone in my battles in an Extrovert world. I also enjoyed the very well researched topics of the science and psychology behind what makes an introvert tick. Again very refreshing to better understand myself. Thank you!

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Instant Classic

This is the most insightful book I've ever listen about Introverts. She really gets it and offers many insights about how the world is built for extraverts and how awkward that is for introverts. Finally someone has come forward and said there is nothing wrong with us and we don't need fixed. So if you know an introvert, listen this book. If you are an introvert, listen this book.

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Life Changing

If you're an introvert, this book will change your life. And I think it also should be required listening for anyone who works with others.

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Very useful book

This book also leaves suggestions for how successful techniques of introversion can help to build up intelligence and productivity in certain work spaces like the office and schools. I am glad that as an introvert I never grew up with the idea that introversion was bad, because many stories in hear have grown up with the idea that introversion is bad and so such behavior should be lessened. Great read for anyone interested in introversion and extroversion.

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It’s time for understanding ourselves

I think this book provides great insight reflecting our own inward and outward presentations and seeing other people’s strengths and preferences beyond our own comfort environment

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Greatful

I would recommend Quiet to anyone who is an introvert looking to understand themselves better, and to grow. I would recommend it to parents of introverts so you can help your children function to the highest ability of themselves. And to those of you who work closely with introverts, as it will help you to understand why they may respond how they do and give you tools in your communication.

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  • 11-09-19

Excellent and thoughtful

A great book for all introverts and all extraverts who have or will ever interact with one of us. I loved this book not only because it explains the introvert that I am, but also because it celebrates the need for different kinds of personalities.

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  • Kai J Bennett
  • 11-09-19

LOVED IT

This book was a great look into the introverted mind, and includes a lot of theories and research into WHY they think that way. Also some great tips on how to better apply introversion to an extroverted world. Would definitely listen again!

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  • Niamh S Norris
  • 11-09-19

A book everyone

A wonderful listen for anyone who loves communication and how people fumble with it. I honestly believe that this book could help many people find a way to avoid resorting to anger or frustration and become more patient.

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  • Georgia p
  • 11-09-19

Amazing and validating

This book is great for introverts to help understand and accept themselves. It also gives insight into the psychology behind extroversion. This book gave me the understanding that neither introversion or extroversion is wrong, they each just bring different strengths to the table. Highly recommend for employers and parents as well to cater to their employees or child's different needs.

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  • Isaac K Bird
  • 11-09-19

Recommended.

This is a highly inspirational book to read. It definitely gives a voice to those who are "introverts" regardless of the definition or how a person defines it which is different person to person. It is a highly recommended.