Quietly Confident:
An introvert's guide to knowing and expressing

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With research showing that as many as 50 per cent of us are introverts, why are so many of us still playing an extrovert's game?


Career coach and self-professed introvert Kate James has heard hundreds of smart, creative introverts tell a similar story: despite being motivated and hardworking, they aren't where they want to be in their careers or personal lives. At work, they don't speak up, ask for rewards, or set boundaries with their more assertive colleagues. And if they do get a seat at the table, they often sacrifice their true values, which leaves them feeling drained and inauthentic.

In Quietly Confident, Kate looks beyond the narrow scope of popular culture and paints a broader, more human definition of what it means to have confidence and be 'successful'. In an era that rewards those with the loudest voices (and the most followers), Kate encourages introverts to let go of outdated ideas and beliefs so that they too might shine just as brightly. With a better understanding of an introvert's many invaluable gifts and showing us how to tap in to our infinite worth, Kate will guide readers towards the confidence that already exists within each of us.

Written with warmth and compassion, Quietly Confident is a must-have guide to identifying your strengths, claiming your worth and finding your true place in the world.

Praise for Quietly Confident

'A celebration of introversion in a loud and extroverted world. It's not just necessary, it's transformative.' Dr Rebecca Ray

'An elegant and stunning unveiling of the true nature of confidence. Kate not only neatly unravels what it means to be authentically confident, but she also illuminates the strength that can be found in being "soft".' Dr Carrie Hayward