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By Quiet Revolution

Is your home or office as calm and ordered as you’d like?

Is your home or office as calm and ordered as you’d like? If not, read on. This week, we’re very excited to share a Q…

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The Excellence Dividend

Excerpted with permission from Chapter 13 of  The Excellence Dividend by Tom Peters. THE EIGHTEEN-SECONDS SYNDROME Jerome Groopman, a physician and Harvard med school professor, wrote How…

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By Marzi

The New Kid’s Guide to Finding Friends

Want to make new friends? Learn some tips and tricks on how to find the other quiet people.

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By Paula Chu, Ph.D.

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To Listen Better, Empty Your Boat

On a quiet Thursday afternoon in the 4th Century BCE, the Taoist philosopher Zhuangzi was sitting around with his very best friends. They were sipping…

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Parenting Quiet Kids

How much do you know about quiet children?

How well do you think you know the typical characteristics of a quiet child? Take our 10-question test to find out!  

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By Susan Cain

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5 Practices for Cultivating More Loving Relationships

We enter into adult relationships, in other words, looking for the love we had—or wished we had—as children.

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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 Susan Cain

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Networking for Introverts: A Video with Marie Forleo

“Networking for Introverts” — in which I chat with the lovely Marie Forleo on MarieTV.

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By Claire Diaz-Ortiz

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What We’re Reading: The Importance of Play

It turns out that making time for play is important not just for animals in the wild but also humans — adults as well as kids. In fact, it’s one of the most important things we can do for our health and happiness.

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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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