Do you find yourself more comfortable with ideas than with social situations?
Does any kind of social interaction tire you out?
Do you have a tough time leading teams despite your great ideas?
If you answered YES to any of the above, congratulations-you are probably an INTROVERT! Introverts are gifted with a deep level of introspection and thorough analytical skills. They can often spot connections that other more socially extroverted people simply miss or overlook. Introverts are thoughtful and tend to think before they act. They often think about what they will say before sharing their thoughts and opinions. These traits are not only positive but absolutely CRUCIAL for the success of any organization.
Sadly, too many introverts settle for the relative obscurity of their firm's organizational dead end spaces instead of enjoying the adulation, recognition, and leadership roles they deserve.
If you would like to take your career to the next level, read The Introvert Department in an Extrovert Company: How to Turn Your Introvert Personality into Your Company’s Biggest Asset today! This book teaches introverts how to use their personality to their maximum advantage. You will get tips on how to communicate your VALUE better in any organizational setup. Best of all, you get practical tips on how to avoid the COMMON TRAPS that introverts fall into as far as recognition and group perception are concerned.
Practical, powerful, and insightful, The Introvert Department in an Extrovert Company: How to Turn Your Introvert Personality into Your Company’s Biggest Asset is the introvert's SWISS ARMY KNIFE for interpersonal success in any organizational setting. Read this book today and start getting the recognition and success you deserve!
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About the Author
PN Murray earned a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2006 and worked as a general practitioner for nearly 2 years before moving to Saudi Arabia. Her passion for writing took its toll, and she ended up switching careers to work in the medical publishing industry. She also has a passion for healthy food, which prompted her to take several online courses in nutrition and health offered by Wageningen University.
When she's not writing / editing scientific and medical manuscripts or taking care of her family, she's using her free time to research, learn, and write about healthy living. You can find her on selfimprovementbuddys.com, where she blogs about strategies to help people live a more fulfilling life.