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Books that can help introverts and inspire conversation

Ryan Hoover recommends these 5 books:

Taking the Work Out of Networking: An Introvert's Guide to Making Connections That Count: Karen Wickre: 9781501199271

  • Rated 4.7 by 40 users
  • ATTN INTROVERTS: This new book by @kvox (ex-Google and Twitter) might speak to you (Posted on Twitter)

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Wall and Piece: Banksy: 8601404344732

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The Essential Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Whiskey Know-It-All: Know Your Booze Before You Choose: Richard Betts, Crystal English Sacca, Wendy MacNaughton: 9780544520608

  • Rated 4 by 191 users
  • @sacca great coffee table book/conversation starter (Posted on Twitter)

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Stop Being Lonely: Three Simple Steps to Developing Close Friendships and Deep Relationships: Kira Asatryan: 9781608683802

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How to Speak Emoji: Howard Hughes: 9781785032028

  • Rated 3.4 by 28 users
  • How to Speak Emoji: Added to my Coffee Table Books collection (Posted on Twitter)

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Ryan Hoover says,

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If you are an introvert, Karen's book "Taking the work out of networking" can be a helpful guide on how you can network organically without leaving your comfort zone. Another book, Kira's "Stop being lonely" is about relationships and can teach you how to connect with people in new situations and build a strong relationship (including the ones at work). To help you inspire conversation, here are three varied coffee table books on how to speak emoji with funny renditions of emoji, original book by Banksy with photographs of his works and scratch & sniff guide to becoming a whiskey know-it-all.

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