More than 8 million people have watched it; Bill Gates considers it one of his all-time favorites, and it's certainly made Cain a mouthpiece for the stifled, introverted set.But Cain's not against extroverted people, as is often misreported ("My husband, my best friend, and my Quiet Revolution co-founder are all extroverts," Cain says. — introverted personalities aren't just steamrolled in the process. for women, like the modern Western world is suddenly having trouble reconciling that a strong woman can also be an introverted one."In fact one-on-one situations are where introverts can shine.We are very good listeners, good at drawing people out, enjoy substantive conversation.Moreover, dating an introverted man can have many advantages.So, what should you remember when dating someone who’s more withdrawn than you? A different style of communication is the most striking and significant thing about dating an introverted man.
In the process, we're pushing introverted women to ape behavior that's unnatural to them, like that's what they need to do to get ahead, and to question if something is "wrong" with them for being more of a think first, speak after type.
"Introverts and extroverts are yin and yang— we enjoy and need each other.") She's simply drawing attention to a recent trend. (As Cain puts it, "In our efforts to instill confidence in young women, are we promoting an ideal of sassy outspokenness that's just as confining as the 1950s model of docility?
With the outspoken, domineering extrovert celebrated in today's culture—Be powerful! ") We need middle ground—to appreciate both extroverts and introverts for what they each bring to academia, business, everything.
Introverts need to be challenged and extroverts aren't afraid to get in their face a little. Dating an introvert is the best move an extrovert could do.
While independent introverts don't mind hanging back, extroverts enjoy being rockstars for the both of them.