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Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain  

Table of Contents:

  • INTRODUCTION: The North and South of Temperament
  • PART ONE: THE EXTROVERT IDEAL
  • 1. THE RISE OF THE "MIGHTY LIKEABLE FELLOW" How Extroversion Became the Cultural Ideal
  • 2. THE MYTH OF CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP: The Culture of Personality, a Hundred Years Late
  • 3. WHEN COLLABORATION KILLS CREATIVITY: The Rise of the New Groupthink and the Power of Working Alone
  • PART TWO: YOUR BIOLOGY, YOUR SELF?
  • 4. IS TEMPERAMENT DESTINY?: Nature, Nurture, and the Orchid Hypothesis
  • 5. BEYOND TEMPERAMENT: The Role of Free Will (and the Secret of Public Speaking for Introverts)
  • 6. "FRANKLIN WAS A POLITICIAN, BUT ELEANOR SPOKE OUT OF CONSCIENCE" Why Cool Is Overrated
  • 7. WHY DID WALL STREET CRASH AND WARREN BUFFETT PROSPER?: How Introverts and Extroverts Think (and Process Dopamine) Differently
  • PART THREE: DO ALL CULTURES HAVE AN EXTROVERT IDEAL?
  • 8. SOFT POWER: Asian-Americans and the Extrovert Ideal
  • PART FOUR: HOW TO LOVE, HOW TO WORK
  • 9. WHEN SHOULD YOU ACT MORE EXTROVERTED THAN YOU REALLY ARE?
  • 10. THE COMMUNICATION GAP: How to Talk to Members of the Opposite Type
  • 11. ON COBBLERS AND GENERALS: How to Cultivate Quiet Kids in a World That Can't Hear Them
  • CONCLUSION: Wonderland

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