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Day 56: The Relationship Between Introversion and Creativity

Despite my natural introversion, for most of my life I labored under the popular cultural rule that in order for truly creative inspiration and brainstorming to take place, one had to be in some sort of team. 437 more words

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From the bookshelf: Quiet by Susan Cain

Something that I like to do every once in a while is to go back and reread books that I have read in previous years. This past week I just reread one of my favorite books from 2012: Susan Cain’s “ 202 more words

Is an introverted over-thinker an extrovert in his/her mind?

There’s an introvert revolution these days. Susan Cain’s ‘Quiet’ has been a life changing book for me. The shame that I felt due to my introversion was immense and it is only recently that I have started seeing introversion as a normal thing. 190 more words

"Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking"

In the past few months I have noticed quite a few articles discussing the differences between extroverts and introverts in business. Like this Forbes article… 673 more words

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Introversion is something that has always played a significant role in my life, and I recently discovered the severe effects of undermining the impact of this personality type. 593 more words

Good Reads: Quiet

What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word Introvert? Quiet? Shy? Socially challenged? Boring?

Anyone who is an introvert themselves can tell you these perceptions are rarely true. 758 more words

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