The Happy Introvert: A Wild and Crazy Guide for Celebrating Your True Self
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The Happy Introvert: A Wild and Crazy Guide for Celebrating Your True Self

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by Elizabeth Wagele
     
 

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BE YOURSELF
BE INTROVERTED
BE HAPPY

All your life you’ve heard the myths . . .
•Introverts are depressed and lonely.
•Introverts wish they were more outgoing.
•Introverts lack self-confidence.

These stereotypes about introverts have been propagated by the people who do all the loud talking—the extroverts.

Overview

BE YOURSELF
BE INTROVERTED
BE HAPPY

All your life you’ve heard the myths . . .
•Introverts are depressed and lonely.
•Introverts wish they were more outgoing.
•Introverts lack self-confidence.

These stereotypes about introverts have been propagated by the people who do all the loud talking—the extroverts. To counter these (and many more) common misconceptions, author Elizabeth Wagele, a self-proclaimed introvert, offers a book that delivers the truth: The Happy Introvert.
This compassionate guide explores the rich inner world you as an introvert enjoy. The insightful advice—presented in a fun format of provocative quizzes wacky cartoons and inspiring quotes—will help you better appreciate your uniqueness.
With The Happy Introvert, you’ll learn to navigate the extroverted world without compromising your creative, independent self.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569755464
Publisher:
Ulysses Press
Publication date:
05/28/2006
Pages:
189
Sales rank:
644,220
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Wagele is the well-known author and cartoonist of three Enneagram books. She is a frequent contributor to "The Enneagram Monthly" and advises parents on Clarence Thompson's Enneagram web site. She has also written movie reviews. A trained musician, her performance of a sonata movement from her origianl work can be heard in the movie, "The Theory of the Leisure Class." Even though she is an introvert, she enjoys playing requests, "Name That Tune", and improvising at parties. She claims that this is much easier for her than making small talk. Playing in a jazz trio helped put her through college. Elizabeth lives with her husband, Gus, in their Berkeley house where they raised their four children.

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The Happy Introvert: A Wild and Crazy Guide for Celebrating Your True Self 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Wouldn't recommend this book. Jumps from topic to topic every few paragraphs and has no flow. Makes it extremely difficult to read.
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