‘Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking’ by Susan Cain is a Kick-starter of the quiet revolution and talks about all successful introverts. In today’s world where everyone has a lot to say, silence is quintessential and that is exactly what this book wants to convey. The power of silence is always underestimated but the writer has given some very useful and substantial insights about why it is so important. It also talks about some highly inspirational motivators in the world who were introverts like Dale Carnegie and Tony Robbins.
This book has been critically acclaimed by some of the most important critics. The Sunday Times has called it a timely book with a fresh and important theory whereas The Times has stated that the book is a small voice that punches above its weight. The Guardian has also praised this book by Susan Cain for its ability to affect people for the greater good.
About the Author
Susan Cain, the author of Quiet, has graduated from Harvard Law School and Princeton University. She was a lawyer for seven years until she gave up the profession for full-time writing. The author has also represented clients such as Shearman and Sterling, Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan and so on. She is the winner of the Toastmasters International Golden Gavel Award for Communication and Leadership.
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