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By Quiet Revolution

“When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing”: An Interview with Daniel Pink

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Daniel Pink’s new book When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. The author answered the following questions…

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By Annabel Pitcher

When Your Ideal Self Isn’t Your Real Self

A birthday alone at a spa is perfectly normal.

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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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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Arianna Huffington

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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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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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 The Quiet Leadership Institute

Neil Pasricha’s Quiet Path to Happiness

Learn how to hack happiness.

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By Susan Cain

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When Should Parents Encourage Cautious Children?

How to respect your child’s nature while encouraging new activities.

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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 Priscilla Gilman

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 Rebecca Woolf

Emma Lesko

“You Are Unique For a Reason”: An Interview with Author and Advocate Emma Lesko

As far as quiet children go, as an author, my goal is to help carve out a space for them in our culture. I write my books as honestly as I can in the hopes of cultivating empathy and understanding.

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