When Sylvia Löhken wrote the book “QUIET IMPACT”, her goal was to fill a gap: At that time there was no exercise book to help introverted people discover their strengths and communicate more successfully. Because this gap was so wide, she initially omitted one thing: the perspective and characteristics of extroverts. Ambiverts or centroverts, who are somewhere in the middle between the two extremes, met the same fate: they were mentioned briefly, but then Sylvia returned to the introvert perspective.
The second book is intended to fill this gap. It considers intros, extros, and centros with respect to their strengths, interests, and obstacles in dealing with one another. Not only is this fair: It is also reality, because we do not live in intro or extro only world. Our reality is a mixed team: relationships and family, friends and colleagues, bosses and employees. After reading the first part of the book you will know the differences, strengths, priorities, and needs of introverted and extroverted people – and you will know what it means to be a centrovert. The second part illustrates what these differences mean in everyday life and how introverts and extroverts can deal with themselves and others.Request more info
Original title: Intros Und Extros
Published by GABAL Verlag, published in the UK
Hardcover, 359 pages
Author: Sylvia Löhken