Quiet by Susan Cain ~ Chapter 2: The Myth of Charismatic Leadership
Introvert leaders vs. Extrovert leaders
· Uniquely good at leading initiative-takers because of their inclination to listen to others and lack…
Amazingly well written KSV Phanindra. I agree to all the points you make. But the pressure being put by social media affects both extroverts and introverts but I guess the stimulation is something the extroverts are wired to handle better.
I think this article is great advice to anyone in general as well.
During a childhood camping trip in Catalina, while all the other kids ran off to the beach, I sat at a picnic table, went into library mode, and settled into a good book (can’t remember which one, but I was really into Heinlein and Asimov back then).
In a now famous experiment, Anders Ericsson (a research psychologist) and his colleagues compared three groups of expert violinists…all three groups spent the same amount of time practicing — over fifty hours a week — but the two best groups spent most of their music…