Are you an introvert? You're in good company. Some of the brightest and best are!
If all the introverts got together (a thought that would horrify us), you'd find nearly half of the population are introverts. Some introverts are famous and have lived extremely public lives. Some don't even know they are introverted.
You probably chose this book because you want to learn how to become an extrovert. There is a general belief that extroverts are happier, more sociable, better adjusted, and much more popular. The bad news is that you can't change your personality type.
The good news is that you don't need to. Introverts actually have the advantage. We are statistically brighter and better in many workplace environments and can put on a peacock display that will knock the spots off an extrovert. The trick is learning your strengths and putting them to work.
And that is the best reason for buying this book.
So are you ready?
What you will learn...