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How Introverts Think

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

Introverts react quickly to new information but are slower to monitor change.
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10 Public Speaking Tips For Introverts

By Susan Cain

Introverts can seize the microphone -- and bring the house down.
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Revenge of the Introvert

By Laurie Helgoe Ph.D.

There are as many introverts as extraverts, but you'd never know it by looking around.
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Why You Shouldn't Fear Going Solo

By Sophia Dembling

You may miss a lot if you refuse to venture out without company.

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