The Courage of a Quiet Teen
Brittany Wood, the voice behind "The Shyness Project" blog, on how through expanding her comfort zone she found a life of passion and self-acceptance.
The Day it Became Good to Be Me
Daisy Gumin writes on her trials as a highly sensitive introvert in school and on graduating high school as a homeschooler: "it was finally okay to be me."
Quiet Revolutionary Rainesford Alexandra
Introvert Rainesford Alexandra writes on her experience giving a TEDx Talk; from overcoming her fears to the importance of encouraging quiet leaders.
Quiet Revolution: Unlocking the Power of Introverts
Advice and stories for introverts and extroverts alike on how to appreciate our quiet sides. Featuring essays, videos, interviews, and more.
Quiet Revolutionary Kim Kaletsky
This introvert's essay on quiet leadership not only broadened the mindset of her boss, but also, validated that her nature was an asset, rather than a flaw.
Meet Quiet Diarist, Daisy Gumin
Meet Quiet Diarist Daisy Gumin: A 17-year-old home schooler, yogi, and writer, on her experiences as a highly sensitive introvert.
Quiet Revolutionaries - Quiet
Quiet Revolutionaries are readers who embody the spirit of Quiet Revolution: strong yet gentle, firm but kind, they are as indomitable as they are unassuming. These are intimate portraits of people of all ages from across the globe, whose stories run the gamut from hilarious to heartrending.