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Introvert Power EMBRACE THE POWER INSIDE YOU Are You An Introvert Psychologist And Introvert Laurie Helgoe Reveals That Than Half Of All Americans Are Introverts Gain Energy And Power Through Reflection And Solitude Our Culture, However, Is Geared Toward The Extrovert The Pressure To Enjoy Parties, Chatter, And Interactions Can Lead People To Think That An Inward Orientation Is A Problem Instead Of An Opportunity Helgoe Shows That The Exact Opposite Is True Introverts Can Capitalize On This Inner Source Of Power INTROVERT POWER Is A Groundbreaking Call For An Introvert Renaissance, A Blueprint For How Introverts Can Take Full Advantage Of This Hidden Strength In Daily Life Supplemented By The Voices Of Several Introverts, Helgoe Presents A Startling Look At Introvert Numbers, Influence, And Economic Might Revolutionary And Invaluable, INTROVERT POWER Includes Ideas For How Introverts Can Learn ToClaim Private SpaceCarve Out Time To ThinkBring A Slower Tempo Into Daily LifeCreate Breaks In Conversation And RelationshipsDeal Effectively With Parties, Interruptions, And Crowds QUIET IS MIGHT SOLITUDE IS STRENGTH INTROVERSION IS POWER.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Introvert Power
  • Laurie A. Helgoe
  • English
  • 06 August 2018
  • 1402211171

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10 thoughts on “Introvert Power

  1. says:

    This book describes my inner life so well and so compassionately that it feels as if I finally find myself defended and acquitted before a jury and culture of extroverts It makes me feel valued for my strength of a contemplative, observational life rather than being misjudged as snobbish, socially withdrawn, or too bookish I have often felt as if I have to make excuses for not having active, outgoing, socially noisy plans for the weekend holiday vacation I get weary of Facebook s ...

  2. says:

    If I could have given this book ten stars, I would have I m going to go out on a limb here and say this is the best nonfiction book I have ever read If you are an introvert, or know an introvert, this book is a must read It s like the author has been living inside my head for my entire life I can t begin to explain how throughly and utterly she gets it What s so surprising is we comprise a littlethan half of the population I always thought I was in some small minority This book teac If I could have given this book ten stars, I would have I m going to go out on a limb here and say this is the best nonfiction book I have ever read If you are an introvert, or know an introvert, this book is a must read It s like the author has been living inside my head for my entire life I can t begin to explain how throughly and utterly she gets it What s so surprising is we comprise a littlethan half of the population I always thought I was in some small minority This book teaches you that it s okay to hate parties, and we don t need to apologize for hating parties I am comfortable in my own skin I don t...

  3. says:

    I wish I d been given this book 20 years ago I ve been fighting this thing called introversion as if it was a disease wrong approach, I see it now Not that I ever tried to fit inbut I just kept feeling that I should.This is not a self help book There are no formulas This is about acceptance, thriving and celebrating who you are I am completely and truly amazed at what I read because I kept thinking hey, that s me and I said it in nearly every page The author blames American cult I wish I d been given this book 20 years ago I ve been fighting this thing called introversion as if it was a disease wrong approach, I see it now Not that I ever tried to fit inbut I just kept feeling that I should.This is not a self help book There are no formulas This is about acceptance, thriving and celebrating who you are I am completely and truly amazed at what I read because I kept thinking hey, that s me and I said it in nearly every page The author blames American culture over and over, but truly, it s everywhere in the West, at least I m in Portugal and it s no different I truly never met anyone like me who dislikes parties, chit chat and hanging out with many friends No wonder I opened a bookshop now closed, unfortunately I placed myself in a position where I could connect with who people really were and get to talk about books I loved the...

  4. says:

    I owe a ton of thank yous to the author, Laurie Helgoe This book surprised me by beingthan what I wanted out of a self help book about my introversion it helped me to understand myself and it helped me to love myself better I never fully understood why I felt bored or withdrawn during some conversations, why a rush of activity and movement seems to flood me so badly I actually panic, or why I crave alone time a lot, apparentlyth...

  5. says:

    may be my rating needs some further explaination because if this book is mainly about getting introverts to be better connected to their inner feelings and needs, then it may be rated as a five or at least four starts book..but I guess that most intoverts already spendthan enough time reflecting,..and if that book is about making them feel that they are not alone, and not even a minority and that almost 50% of population according to the author are intoverts so itsor less norm may be my rating needs some further explaination because if this book is mainly about getting introverts to be better connected to their inner feelings and needs, then it may be rated as a five or at least four starts book..but I guess that most intov...

  6. says:

    If there wererating stars, I would give them all to this book For anyone who has wanted to retreat from the hectic pace, blaring noise, assault of advertising, and the American culture ceaseless activity this is the book for you It was like finding an old friend and myself at the same time.Helgoe explains that we have become a culture of everybody else Through our constantly expanding media channels, we can know what people ...

  7. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book I liked some of the concepts Helgoe focused on, like accepting your introversion and noticing the good things about it Another idea I thought was valid was that you should be honest when you decline an unwanted invitation If you make up excuses and say you really want to go, you will getinvitations I also liked her encouragement to not let yourself be pressured into social events when you will not enjoy them, unless it s necessary, like for work O I have mixed feelings about this book I liked some of the concepts Helgoe focused on, like accepting your introversion and noticing the good things about it Another ...

  8. says:

    Quite an informative and enthusiastic book It is encouraging introversy and explaining to a person what makes an introvert Certainly useful in case you aren t sure whether you are one or not or have no idea how to deal with your introversy, however less so if you are aware and many of the suggested techniques don t help It s a good and useful book...

  9. says:

    This book had could have been written about me, a lifelong introvert The author gets me Descriptions, examples, thoughts, and feelings are right on target Most importantly, I learned that it is okay to be an introvert My strength is drawn from solitude, the company of one or two people at a time, my pets, my books, my interests I shouldn t berate myself for not wanting to go to big parties and do fun activities that extroverts enjoy I will be buying my own copy of this book, reading it This book had could have been written about me, a lifelong introvert The author gets me Descriptions, examples, thoughts, and feelings are right on target Most importantly, I learned that it is okay to be an introvert My strength is drawn from solitude, the company of one or two people ...

  10. says:

    Well, I found the magic of this book at the beginning, but to be honest I d say that two thirds of the book are really redundant, I m sorry to be so blunt and harsh about it Enough said about introverts not liking to go to parties, mate, it did my head in However, I didn t skip those last two thirds because between dismayed faint spells when reading the repetitive narrative I got hooked again on a smart idea Now, the book does dally on a certain whiff of self help babble, grrr, but the core o Well, I found the magic of this book at the beginning, but to be honest I d say that two thirds of the book are really redundant, I m sorry to be so blunt and harsh about it Enough said about introverts not liking to go to parties, mate, it did my head in However, I didn t skip those last two thirds because between dismayed faint spells when reading the repetitive narrative I got hooked again on a smart idea Now, the book does dally on a certain whiff of self help babble, grrr, but the core of the writing, funny enough mostly on the first third of the book is somewhat lyrical Laurie is a gifted writer, and also she is very hone...

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