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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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For You, Half Price: The Art of Selling the Bridge

The minds, motives, and methods of con artists—and the people they fool.

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Arianna Huffington Goes Beyond the Snooze Button

Tips to regain the one thing that can do your body the most good.

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The Road to Extraordinary

Deliberate practice is the key to success.

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By Susan Cain

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Why Writing an Introverted Character Is Hard, and Why You Must Do It Anyway

Representation in our stories matters.

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By Susan Cain

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How to Level the Playing Field for Introverts and Extroverts

Everyone can be represented equally – here’s how.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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Neil Pasricha’s Quiet Path to Happiness

Learn how to hack happiness.

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By Adam McHugh

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How to Promote Yourself and Your Work

It’s not promotion, it’s conversation.

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By Pete Mosley

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The Power of Listening: An Excerpt from “The Art of Shouting Quietly”

Mindful listening is a skill that can be practiced.

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By Gretchen Rubin

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We Must Have Treats! Here’s Why

“Treats” may sound like a self-indulgent, frivolous strategy, but it’s not. Because forming good habits can be draining, treats can play an important role.

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By Adam McHugh

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How an Introvert Does a Book Tour

Even though writing means blood, struggle, and agonizing introspection stretching toward despair, it’s still better than Tuesday happy hour with the co-workers you already spent all day with.

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By Susan Cain

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How Pursuing a Quest Can Bring Purpose to Your Life

After thinking carefully about what you enjoy doing and what you find most meaningful, maybe you should think about making that thing the focus of your daily life for years to come. Perhaps you should consider a quest.

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By Priscilla Gilman

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The Anti-Romantic Child: An Excerpt

Benj had taught me both how to be alone with myself and to recognize that the space between us is something to cherish.

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By Susan Cain

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“You Can Approach Life with Both Fierceness and Grace”: An Interview with Brené Brown

Most people find it hard to believe, but I’m an introvert. I’m comfortable speaking to 2,000 people about my work, but drop me into a cocktail party with 50 people, and I’m lost.

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