Feb 13, 2017Michelle3333 rated this title 0.5 out of 5 stars
I could not get through more than a few pages of this book. I found it repetitive and I strongly disagree with the premise that the majority of people believe you have to be extroverted and loud to be successful. In my experience as an executive, I have found that knowledge, leadership skills and teamwork are valued much more by employees, peers and senior management. Knowing what type of personality you have is important because it helps you understand how you and others relate to the world. But whether you are an introvert or an extrovert, you should embrace who you are and appreciate that the strongest teams are made up of a variety of personalities.