SagePresence Director-in-Residence Dean Hyers was quoted in the recently published book, “The Successful Introvert: How to Enhance Your Job Search and Advance Your Career” by Wendy Gelberg.
Published by California-based Happy About Books, “Successful Introvert” present strategies used by successful people–including numerous celebrities–in managing their introversion or shyness while becoming successful in professional endeavors. The book, according to the publisher, is “intended to both enlighten and empower readers with specific strategies to use in everyday personal and professional activities so that they can achieve greater success in their lives. At the same time, it is intended to enable introverts to understand, appreciate, and celebrate their unique strengths.”
“It was an honor to be quoted in this book,” says Hyers. “It genuinely honors the subject of introversion with explanation, inspiration, understanding, examples, and actionable tips and methodology to help you succeed as an introvert in today’s outgoing world. Wendy doesn't depict introversion as a syndrome or weakness, but as a way of processing that brings with it certain tendencies, but not limitations on the success you can have, nor the lifestyle or career options you can realistically pursue.”
Wendy Gelberg is is the owner of Gentle Job Search/Advantage Resumes. She is a certified career coach and resume writer whose expertise is in helping people who are uncomfortable “tooting their own horn.” Designated the "Job-Hunt Pro for Introverts" for www.job-hunt.org, Wendy coaches individuals, gives workshops and writes articles and blogs on all aspects of the job search process. Samples of her resumes and career advice appear in over 20 books.
“The Successful Introvert: How to Enhance Your Job Search and Advance Your Career” is available in paperback or ebook at www.happyabout.info.