How introverts are made to feel there’s something wrong with them

It’s hard to see the cultural bias against introverts in this extrovert-biased culture until we flip the script. This FLIPPED Hare and Tortoise fable is a metaphor showing what introverts experience in this extrovert-favored world, as well as in the corporate/business culture in general. (Less than 6 minutes) How does this resonate with you? Share it […]

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It’s hard to see the cultural bias against introverts in this extrovert-biased culture until we flip the script. This FLIPPED Hare and Tortoise fable is a metaphor showing what introverts experience in this extrovert-favored world, as well as in the corporate/business culture in general. (Less than 6 minutes)

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