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Success as an introvert for dummies.

Author: Joan Pastor
Series: For dummies
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If you're an introvert, this guide will help you identify your strengths, and boost your confidence. By learning to communicate with greater ease and with influence, you'll improve relationships with colleagues, partners, friends, and children.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Pastor
ISBN: 9781118738375 1118738373
OCLC Number: 868746530
Contents: Machine generated contents note: About This Book --
Foolish Assumptions --
Icons Used in this Book --
Beyond the Book --
Where to Go from Here --
ch. 1 Introverted? Good for You! --
How Introverts and Extroverts Differ --
The biggest difference between introverts and extroverts --
Other ways introverts are different from extroverts --
Why Being an Introvert Is Cool --
Introverts are great friends --
Introverts are creative --
Introverts are natural leaders --
Introverts are studious --
If Being an Introvert Is So Great, What's the Problem? --
Thriving in an Extroverted World --
ch. 2 Are You Really an Introvert? --
Qualifying as an Introvert --
Exploring the introvert continuum --
Taking the test: Do you score as an introvert? --
Considering Shyness --
Separating shyness from introversion --
Taking the test: Are you shy? --
Dealing with shyness --
Comparing normal, healthy shyness to serious disorders --
Getting in Touch with Sensitivity. Contents note continued: Identifying the difference between sensitivity and introversion --
Taking the test: Are you highly sensitive? --
Managing sensitive issues --
Meditating your stress away --
ch. 3 What Makes You an Introvert, and Will You Always Be One? --
Nature or Nurture: Determining What Makes You an Introvert --
Your genes --
Your brain's wiring --
The influence of culture --
The effects of upbringing --
Acting Like an Outie: When Temporarily Playing the Extrovert Can Work --
Mastering the skills of the pretend extrovert --
Recognizing the pros and cons of being a pretend extrovert --
Can You (and Should You) Become a Real Extrovert? --
Can you truly change your stripes? --
Will you get more innie or outie as you age? --
ch. 4 Playing to Your Strengths: How to Shine in the Workplace --
The Facts of Office Life --
Thriving in a Noisy Workplace --
Making a break for it --
Creating an innie oasis in your cubicle --
Scheduling blocks of "alone" time --
Getting physical. Contents note continued: Telecommuting --
Establishing Yourself at Work --
Shining a light on your successes --
Flexing your quiet power at meetings --
Standing up to workplace troublemakers --
Making allies in the workplace --
Finding Your Niche: Jobs that Appeal to Introverts and Extroverts --
Identifying careers that are a natural fit for innies or outies --
Picking the career that fits you best --
ch. 5 Making Your Mark as a Quiet Leader --
Assessing Your Leadership Strengths --
Your research and decision-making skills --
Your knack for encouraging independence --
Anticipating the Challenges of Leading as an Introvert --
Setting the Stage for Success --
Building your transformational skills --
Reinforcing effectively --
Acing the art of structured brainstorming --
Boosting your emotional intelligence --
Mastering the art of focused conversation --
Six Survival Tips for Innie Leaders --
Delegating more --
Outing yourself as an innie. Contents note continued: Guarding your internal energy by scheduling wisely --
Wearing "power clothes" --
Creating a battery-recharging retreat --
Pairing up with an extrovert --
ch. 6 Keeping a Team Happy and Productive --
Understanding the Stages of Team Development --
Taking Charge in the Forming Stage --
Creating a contract with your team --
Establishing accountability --
Projecting quiet confidence --
Getting your team members acquainted --
Leading in the Storming Stage --
Creating a team support agreement --
Analyzing team dynamics --
Communicating clearly and beware the innie "cone of silence" --
Troubleshooting effectively --
Leading in the Norming Stage --
Focusing on key results --
Keeping an eye on your norms and goals --
Building relationships --
Leading in the Performing Stage --
Ending on a High Note in the Adjourning Stage --
ch. 7 Becoming a Confident Public Speaker --
Calming Your Innie Nerves: Preparation Is the Key --
Visualizing success. Contents note continued: Identifying your pivotal points --
Mastering your material --
Focusing on your priorities --
Getting the details down pat --
Practicing your technique --
Grabbing Your Audience: Six Ways to Win Them Over --
Making your listeners feel comfortable and connected --
Grabbing their attention with stories and humor --
Persuading with power --
Changing things up to keep your listeners' attention --
Handling hecklers with ease --
Being yourself --
Catching Your Breath and Briefly Taking the Spotlight Off Yourself --
Asking your audience for input --
Offering handouts --
Scheduling battery-recharging breaks --
ch. 8 Managing Up --
The First Step in Managing Up: Knowing Your Manager --
Responding to your manager's style --
Identifying your manager's goals --
Earning your manager's trust --
The Second Step in Managing Up: Expanding Your Role --
Spotting avenues for growth --
Becoming a problem solver --
Stepping outside your comfort zone. Contents note continued: Volunteering as a peer coach --
Avoiding Pitfalls When You're Managing Up --
Making a Habit of Managing Up --
ch. 9 Moving On: Acing a Job Interview the Introvert Way --
Identifying Your Strengths and Challenges --
Prepping for an Interview --
Doing your detective work --
Creating a powerful portfolio --
Rehearsing with a friend who won't go easy on you --
Writing down your key points --
Making a wish list --
Scoring in a Phone Interview --
Performing on the Big Day --
Getting ready for your interview --
Looking assertive at interview time --
Assessing Fit: Are the Job and the Workplace Right for You? --
Asking the right questions --
Gathering clues on a tour --
Weighing the pros and cons --
Handling a "No" --
Responding to a "Yes" --
Negotiating salary --
Talking about vacations, schedules, and benefits --
Setting a start date --
Planning Your Path to Career Success --
Setting smart goals --
Gaining the job skills you need. Contents note continued: ch. 10 Succeeding as an Entrepreneur --
Starting Off on the Right Foot --
Creating your business plan --
Strengthening your entrepreneurial skills --
Overcoming the urge to procrastinate --
Marketing Yourself --
Building your reputation as an expert --
Teaming up with other entrepreneurs (especially outies) --
Asking extroverts to help you make contacts --
Integrating Internet and face-to-face marketing --
Polishing your online presence --
Creating Long-Term Loyalty --
Being available --
Influencing in the right way --
Building deeper relationships with your clients --
Giving back to your community --
Thanking your clients in small ways --
Avoiding marketing approaches that irritate clients --
Coping When Prospects Don't Pan Out --
Dealing with disappearing acts --
Handling rejection --
Building Your Dream Team --
Interviewing wisely when you're hiring staff --
Choosing employees who can complement your skills. Contents note continued: Hiring the right person to make your website sparkle --
Considering a business coach --
ch. 11 Being Your Personal Best --
Being Kind to Yourself --
Using the dump-sheet-and-flower technique --
Reframing your thoughts --
Practicing thought-stopping --
Treating life as an experiment --
Visualizing your happy, healthy inner child and inner adult --
Gaining More Control Over Your Life --
Taming self-pity --
Taking charge of your problems --
Cultivating optimism --
Harnessing the power of gratitude --
Getting Your Stress Under Control --
Interpreting stressful events accurately --
Understanding your stress threshold --
Considering a personal coach or mental health professional --
Making New Friends --
Looking for friends in all the right places --
Setting realistic goals --
Breaking the ice --
Keeping friendships healthy --
ch. 12 Falling in Love and Staying in Love --
Navigating the Dating Scene --
Spotting people you'd like to date. Contents note continued: Making a first date work --
Addressing expectations --
Enjoying a Deep and Healthy Relationship --
Grasping the basics of a good relationship --
Recognizing how different personalities mesh in relationships --
Handling Innie-Outie Differences Successfully --
Identifying each other's needs and interests --
Figuring out how to talk with each other --
Looking for win-win solutions --
Analyzing your different arguing styles --
Being wary of perfectionism --
Identifying the real source of your issues --
Splitting Up Sanely --
When you're getting dumped --
When you're doing the dumping --
ch. 13 "Cheers!" Taking the Stress Out of Big Social Events --
Understanding Why Social Occasions Stress You Out --
Coping When You're an Innie Guest --
Planning ahead --
Escaping the crowd --
Breaking the ice --
Scheduling some unwinding time --
before, during, and after --
Coping When You're an Innie Host --
Taking the focus off yourself --
Creating innie sanctuaries. Contents note continued: Teaming up with a cohost --
Recharging your batteries --
Getting those last guests to go home --
Deciding Whether to Say Yes or No to an Invitation --
Determining which invitations to accept --
Declining invitations tactfully --
ch. 14 Being an Understanding Friend to an Introvert --
Accepting Innies Just as They Are --
Recognizing that introversion is healthy --
Recognizing the special strengths of the innies you know --
Making an Innie-Outie Relationship Work --
Respecting an introvert's need for "alone" time --
Allowing an introvert to think before talking --
Minimizing multitasking demands --
Understanding an introvert's desire to stay out of the spotlight --
Grasping an introvert's approach to new activities --
Partying in Ways That Suit You Both --
Getting the introvert's perspective on social occasions --
Being okay with early departures --
Accepting an introvert's right to skip some events --
ch. 15 Parenting an Introverted Child. Contents note continued: Identifying Introversion in a Child --
Distinguishing Between Introversion and Medical Conditions --
Considering ADD and ADHD --
Ruling out autism spectrum disorders --
Creating an Innie-Friendly Home for Your Child --
Appreciating your child's innie-ness --
Steering clear of the overscheduling trap --
Helping your innie child handle change --
Bridging the communication gap --
Keeping sibling relationships positive --
Giving your innie her own private space --
Encouraging Friendships --
Helping a younger child make friends --
Helping an older child or teen make friends --
Helping an introverted teen handle romance0 or the lack of it --
Enhancing Your Child's Self-Image --
Explaining introversion to your child --
Avoiding the urge to praise outie behaviors --
Acknowledging your child's emotions --
Helping Your Young Innie Have a Good School Experience --
Working with your child's school and teachers --
Considering alternatives to public schools. Contents note continued: Protecting Your Child from Bullies --
Making sure your child's school has an anti-bullying plan --
Teaching your child ways to handle bullies --
ch. 16 Ten Notable Innies --
Charles Darwin --
Neil Armstrong --
Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
Johnny Depp --
Eddie Murphy --
Johnny Carson --
Jerry Seinfeld --
Tom Smith --
Calvin Coolidge --
Abraham Lincoln --
ch. 17 Ten Tips for Making a Networking Event Work for You --
Be Picky --
Do Your Homework --
Set SMART Goals for Each Event --
Think about Trout Fishing (Really!) --
Arrive Early --
Focus on One Person at a Time --
Grab a Plate --
Manage Your Leads --
Be the One Who Reaches Out --
Say Thanks --
ch. 18 Ten Things an Introvert Doesn't Want to Hear --
"We were just in the neighborhood and thought we'd drop in." --
"Turn to the person next to you and introduce yourself." --
"Guess what --
I told the waiter it's your birthday!" --
"We're having so much fun; can we stay with you a few more days?" Contents note continued: "Oh, I just thought of one more great story ..." --
"Surprise!" --
"Give your Aunt Ruth a big hug." --
"You're so quiet; what's wrong?" --
"Yay! Our class reunion is coming up!" --
"I'm so glad you returned my call; we have a lot to catch up on." --
ch. 19 Ten Ways to Make a Workplace Innie-Friendly --
Let Innies Migrate to the Edges of Your Office --
Cut Down on Meetings --
Make Your Meetings Better --
Provide Privacy Screens --
Ask about Acoustics --
Create Private Zones --
Give a Thumbs-Up to Headphones --
Let Your Workers Telecommute Part of the Time --
Offer Innies Opportunities to Work Independently --
Rethink Your Interview Process.
Series Title: For dummies

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