Warner asserted that Quiet's definition of introversion expanded to include "all that is wise and good, so that the definition is largely meaningless except as yet another vehicle for promoting self-esteem";  Cain replied that "Warner badly misunderstands" that the traits listed in Quiet's "Author's Note" were not descriptive of introversion "but that culturally these traits have always been bound together under the 'contemplation' rubric, and need to be addressed as such. And there's a bigger nagging thought I couldn't shake throughout the book. Her book can be a bit of a slog, not always a page turner. It is designed for casual meetings where ideas everyone figured out in their quiet offices are shared and expanded.
In America, extroverted parents have been known to send their introverted children to psychiatrists to have their introversion "treated" out of them. Her prose is plain but warm and she distils research well, with the use of anecdotes and literary examples. Cain says that introverts win a disproportionate number of Phi Beta Kappa keys and National Merit Scholarship finalist positions, cheat and break rules less, are more likely to be described by parents and caregivers as empathetic or conscientious, and are less likely to get into car accidents, participate in extreme sports and place large financial bets. At the Harvard Business School, socialising is "an extreme sport". What if I only tolerate a certain co-worker……now I have to stare at his annoying face all day, every day? Cain defines introversion and extroversion in terms of preferences for different levels of stimulation. So they do things more cautiously, careful not to mess things up in the process of getting to a goal. We introverts attempt to emulate extroverts, and the stress of not being "true to ourselves" can make us physically and mentally ill. Children sit in pods facing each other and are rewarded for being outgoing rather than original. In the United States our culture is biased towards the extrovert. Give me this kind of considered good sense over showy radical polemicism any day. She outlines the problems clearly and gives workable solutions. My spiel went something like this……. And there's a bigger nagging thought I couldn't shake throughout the book. Her book can be a bit of a slog, not always a page turner. Cain had to persuade a publisher she could conquer her stage fright and promote herself at book festivals before they agreed to take her on. Google I think it was them designed their offices with food, bathrooms and the like all in the center, like a town center, with offices around the edges. I like her nightmare descriptions of open-plan offices where group brainstorming sessions descend on the startled introvert like flash-storms. I'd see other partygoers grow increasingly effervescent as the night wore on and wonder why I felt so compelled to go home. I answer "true" to exactly half the questions. The way forward, she argues, is to create offices that have open-plan bits for the extroverts and nooks and crannies where the quiet people can be quiet. She answers true to exactly half the questions too. How is anything ever accomplished? I enjoy solitude …" — he replies: I wish she'd spent a bit more time adventuring and a bit less time analysing and philosophising and citing vast armies of psychologists.
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