Not just for introverts

The Introvert Advantage : how to thrive in an extrovert world by Marti Olsen Laney

Do you enjoy time alone? Dislike noisy situations and large crowds? Tend to turn events over in your head searching for every meaning? If this sounds like you, you may be an introvert.  Many may mistakenly equate that with being anti-social but that is not the case.  Introverts and Extroverts just process information and experiences differently because the brain is actually arranged slightly differently, and fires on different chemicals.

This book is called the introvert advantage but it is really helpful to both introverts and extroverts in that it explains the difference and what that means in terms of how we see the world and each other.  No matter how your brain is set up, you are likely to find this book fascinating. 
And if you like that one how about the more recent-

 Quiet: the power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking by Susan Cain


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