Chung celebrates the introvert's natural magnetism, loyalty, intuition, and empathy ... With public interest in introversion currently on the upswing, this is a useful all-purpose guide, particularly for younger readers who have not had the life experience to develop these skills on their own.
A great morale-booster for introverts. --Library Journal
"Michaela Chung is the consummate matchmaker, setting you up to fall in love with your introverted nature." --Laurie Helgoe, PhD, author of Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength.
[Chung's] writing style . . . is as irresistible as the title promises. She truly is 'fluent in introvert speak.' If you find yourself held hostage by the simply misunderstood label 'introvert, ' this book will heal that wound.--Patricia Weber, speaker, coach, and author of Communication Toolkit for Introverts
Chung is on a mission to convert the perception of introversion from the 'ugly little sister of extroversion' to a celebration of the richness of introverts' quiet charisma. In The Irresistible Introvert
, she offers tips and tricks to help introverts 'hopscotch through the madness and find our footing in solitude.' . . . A welcome addition to the burgeoning popular literature for and about introverts.--Nancy Ancowitz, author of Self-Promotion for Introverts(R)
There are many voices in the growing, and quiet, introvert revolution. Michaela Chung is one of the freshest and brightest. . . . Illuminating . . . an indispensable guide for our journeys.--Arnie Kozak, author of The Awakened Introvert
Compassionate and insightful, Chung provides introverts who feel upstaged and unappreciated by an extrovert-centric culture a path toward deeper understanding and appreciation of their own quiet nature, gifts, and the soft light they shine on the world.--Sophia Dembling, author of The Introvert's Way
Writing with warmth and empathy, Michaela Chung delivers an insightful guide to owning your introversion. The Irresistible Introvert
is the book for anyone who's ever thought they had to pretend to be an extrovert to get ahead. I wish I'd read this book years ago!--Jenn Granneman, founder of Introvert, Dear