You might be an introvert if:
- you favor 1-on-1 conversations over group activities
- would rather communicate by writing than by speaking
- you hate open floor plan work environments
- you feel drained after being out and about, especially with a lot of people
- lemon juice makes you salivate, A LOT*
Sound familiar? Are you an introvert? Or, maybe, you’re an extrovert struggling to understand the motivations of the introverts in your life. Introvert or extrovert, anyone who likes to read about how our personalities are formed and the things that make us tick, should check out Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. Discover the physiological and cultural differences that predict our personality-type. Get insights on how to be successful as an introvert in the today’s American culture which emphasizes the ‘Extrovert Ideal.’ Learn about the special strengths (and struggles) that come with being either an introvert or an extrovert. Glean insights on how to find success in relationships with introverted family members, children, students, and co-workers.
*Curious about the lemon juice? Check out page 124.