Life

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The Power of Moments

“The Power of Moments”: An Interview with Chip and Dan Heath

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Chip and Dan Heath’s new book The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact. The... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Marzi

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Happy Birthday! How to Survive Your Child’s Party as an Introvert

More help, less stress, and everyone gets to enjoy a birthday. Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

Can’t Stand Cocktail Parties? Adopt an Extrovert

Adapted from Hiding in the Bathroom: An Introvert’s Roadmap to Getting Out There (When You’d Rather Stay Home) Copyright © 2017 by Morra Aarons-Mele. Published by... Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better

Adapted from THE FOUR TENDENCIES: THE INDISPENSABLE PERSONALITY PROFILES THAT REVEAL HOW TO MAKE YOUR LIFE BETTER (AND OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES BETTER, TOO) Copyright ©... Read more >

Work

By Bob Sutton

The Asshole Survival Guide: The Backstory

A few weeks back, the staff at my academic department at Stanford—The Department of Management Science & Engineering—sent me a series of questions to answer... Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

How to Get Into Our House and Where We Keep the Money

An excerpt from “I’ll Be Your Fever” from How to Get into Our House and Where We Keep the Money (c) 2017 by Panio Gianopoulos. Appears with the permission... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Daisy Gumin

Embracing the Hearts of Highly Sensitive Children

On April 25, 2013, at 5 o’clock in the morning, I landed at JFK airport, having flown in on a red-eye from Salt Lake City,... Read more >

Life

By Sharon Glassman

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Why Introverts Make Great Heroes

The greatest introverted dynamic duo of all time. Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World

The following excerpt is from Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World by Mitch Prinstein. Reprinted by arrangement with Viking, an imprint of Penguin... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Siva Sankrithi

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Reinventing Assessment

Going beyond the basics: shared experience-based assessment that works for all. Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution

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4 Ways to Collaborate More Effectively Than a Traditional Meeting

Pain-free, effective collaboration for introverts? It does exist! Read more >

Life

By Ellen Hendriksen

How to Stop Being a Doormat (Without Giving Up Your Common Decency)

Maybe it’s happened to you. A friend or a partner frustrated on your behalf might say it outright: Stand up for yourself. Stop being such... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Derek Walter

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Group Work That Works

Quiet teachers and students win with group work that actually works for all. Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

9 Self-Protection Strategies for Empaths

Combat toxic energy and stop taking on other people’s stress. Read more >

Life

By Jenara Nerenberg

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The Tiger’s Journey of Nonconformity and Neurodivergence

What happens when cultural conditioning, mental health, and societal expectations collide? Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

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We Are Running Out of Space

Try out the "really?!" rule in your life. Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

A Quiet Leader Is Still a Real Leader

When others' belief in you helps you believe in yourself. Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution

Finding the Quiet to Create

The truth behind great thinkers - and how to inspire your own creativity. Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

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The Strugglers and the Thrivers

How is it determined in which group we belong? Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

How Being an Introvert Helped Me in My First Job

Succeed because you are an introvert—not despite it. Read more >