Susan Cain (@susancain )

Susan Cain

Bio Author, speaker, skeptic. Wrote QUIET, writing BITTERSWEET. Lover of quiet, seeker of kindred spirits. Looking for the place where all the beauty came from.
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Twitter Web App : Here's what Angela Duckworth had to say about Ethan Kross' wonderful new book, "Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why it Matters, and How to Harness It":
“Chatter is a masterpiece—a landmark book that will change the way you think about human nature.” amazon.com/gp/product/052…

Twitter Web App : The real reason we love art (and music, nature, etc.): linkedin.com/feed/update/ur…

Twitter Web App : Connemara Landscape, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland
oil on canvas
Cedric Lockwood Morris (British, 1889-1982)
1936

iPhone : Cualquier sistema que permita a los hombres elegir su propio futuro, terminará eligiendo la seguridad y la mediocridad, y en tal realidad las estrellas están fuera de su alcance.

✒️📄 Isaac Asimov

🎨 Justyna Kopania

Twitter Web App : YENİ KİTAP

SESSİZ GÜÇ: DIŞA DÖNÜK BİR DÜNYADA İÇE DÖNÜK BİR ÇOCUK VE GENÇ OLMAK & SUSAN CAIN, GREGORY MONE VE ERICA MOROZ

Özgün Adı: Quiet Power
Çeviri: Zeliha Babayiğit
Tür: Kişisel Gelişim / Psikoloji
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Susan Cain

#sessizgüç #quietpower

Twitter Web App : DavisLiuMD 🧢 It truly is. And, apropos of your post the other day - yes, if you love what you do, I'm a big believer in super-late retirement, a la RBG etc. Personally I intend to keep going until I can't anymore!

Twitter Web App : Thank u so for your outpouring to my post on the 7 things my father taught me. Heres a just-found letter from a patient, upon his retirement. It inspired me, maybe u too. linkedin.com/pulse/7-things…
Apparently he had many such letters. Characteristically, he never mentioned them.

iPhone : 🔶 JOHN DONNE 🔶
Born on this day, in 1572

“No man is an island,
Entire of itself,
Every man is a piece of Continent,
A part of the main.

from “Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, Meditation XVII, 1624