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Introvert Survival Tactics

How to Make Friends, Be More Social, and Be Comfortable in Any Situation
Narrated by: Joe Hempel
Length: 2 hrs and 42 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Feel like you’re trying doing a bad impression of an extrovert, or you’re a "party pooper" because you turn down invites? If you have felt massive relief at cancelled plans, had mild to huge annoyance in huge gatherings of strangers, and want to figure out how to socialize better and more effectively without social fatigue, this audiobook is for you - written by someone exactly like you.

Introvert Survival Tactics is going to shed light on exactly how you function and how to use your tendencies to your advantage - social survival tactics for your most demanding social obligations. Introvert Survival Tactics takes you on a tour of self-discovery and allows you to understand your exact wiring and why you dread things that other people seem to look forward to the most. You’ll be armed with specific and actionable survival and party tactics to get the most out of your social energy and make an impact every time. Make the best impression, even when you’re socially exhausted - especially if you’ve been told you look "unapproachable".

Patrick King is an internationally best-selling author and social skills coach. More importantly, he’s also a massive introvert and struggled with what society told him to be for years, until he discovered how to make his introversion an advantage in his life. In this audiobook, he will teach you how to feel completely at ease with yourself while being the social powerhouse you want to be. Noted dating coach for introverts Sarah Jones (featured in Cosmo, Forbes, and more) lends her voice in a guest chapter on introverted dating tactics. Know exactly where to go, how to engage, and what to say for deeper connections.

In this audiobook, you will:

  • Understand your biology
  • Learn how to survive and thrive in any raging party
  • Charge your social battery strategically
  • Discover the exact environments you thrive in and strengths you possess
  • Find your solitude in our loud world
  • Escape any obligation or interaction gracefully
  • Learn how to implement introvert life design
  • Master interpersonal dynamics with friends, coworkers, and lovers
  • Discover how to thrive and get out of your shell

Make more friends and find your brand of introverted charisma. See the progress you can make and how great you can feel at parties when you master your psychology. Learn how to strategically harness your personality. Never do an impression of someone you’re not again!

©2017 Patrick King (P)2017 Patrick King

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Something like me.

At multiple points in this book it felt as if I had been spied on as research material. Very informative and a worth next step in my journey of self discovery.

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Didn’t care for this book.

So I thought based on the title this would be a great book full of insights and actual advice, but making up lies and excuses to get away from people isn’t quite what I was looking for. Also didn’t get the whole social battery thing. To me, introverts don’t avoid social situations because they lose willingness to talk or interact, but rather because they feel ineffective and awkward. This book assumed we are already socially capable , which really isn’t the case. I didn’t find anything from this book to be really helpful to ME. Maybe others who have a different idea of introversion might find it helpful. For me, I’m gonna pass on any of the advice in this book. I’m not going to turn into a liar and phony to get away from people.

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Really Primitive

Incredibly repetitive. The definition of an introvert is already common knowledge, however this book seems to define it 30x in the first three chapters. Constant examples of introvert behaviour really reduce the signal to noise ratio.

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