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Don't Touch Me, I'm Norwegian: Migration and Temperament

There are a lot of Indian families in our area. The greater Boston area has a lot of technology and biotech companies and attracts tech people from all around the globe. 614 more words


A fine balance: introversion, leadership, and being a good team member

I recently finished Susan Cain’s excellent book Quiet: The Power of Introverts. For me, an introvert’s introvert, the book confirmed some things I already knew and gave me some new things to think about. 616 more words

The power of introverts

Employers and people in authority who do not recognise introverts for what they are and how they function is at a loss of extracting the best from them. 15 more words

Quietly Happy: 15 Quotes For Introverts

I find that people tend to forget that introverts have as much value as extroverts purportedly do. Susan Cain’s Quiet was a powerful and necessary reminder that those who don’t say much, and don’t crave the limelight, are important people too. 582 more words

August 2014: What's on my radar

TEDTalks: Susan Cain – The Power of Introverts

As many of you are aware I love watching TEDTalks.  This is a great video, especially for those who are introverted like I am.   124 more words

On My Radar

Reaching Introverted Students

Last week I attended the Global Leadership Summit and it was, as usual, amazing. One speaker I thoroughly enjoyed was Susan Cain, author of  432 more words

EdTech Ideas

Quiet By Susan Cain

The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

A third of the world’s people are introverts. Rosa Parks was a hero, as she was a Black that refused to give up her seat to a White when ordered by the bus driver to do so. 3,255 more words

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