Discover the hidden causes behind your behaviors and habits. Stop trying to impersonate someone you’re not.
We use the terms introvert and extrovert constantly. We use them to label ourselves and everyone we know. But what do they really mean? How much of so-called common knowledge is misconceptions and stereotypes?
The Science of Introverts will uncover everything you never knew about yourself and others, and will teach you how to take advantage of who you are and capitalize on your unique strengths.
Feel comfortable and confident in your own skin.
Think of The Science of Introverts as the most actionable textbook you’ve ever come across. It is filled with breakthrough and fascinating studies regarding introversion, extroversion, and personality in general -- and the lessons we can take and use to enrich our lives and feel more comfortable in our unique identities. You will begin a journey of self-discovery and find practical knowledge about yourself.
The backbone of the book is a deep dive into the science of personality, with over 30 studies synthesized, including the most recent and up-to-date research on the biology of introversion and personality.
Learn self-care and how to strategically manage your social capacity.
Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. He’s also a massive introvert – this book is written for introverts by an introvert.
Stop feeling pressure or obligated to be someone you’re not.
•An analysis of the major personality types and the difference in habits and behaviors they create. Also covers the concept of the HSP.
•The scientific basis for introversion and extroversion - and how they affect you.
•How to change your personality to be happier. Yes, really.
•An action guide for introverts to succeed socially even when they want isolation.
•Countless scientific discoveries about how introverts see the world and function differently.