13 January 2023 The Heroine’s Journey in Amsterdam – The Introvert’s Story

At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over working in teams. It is to introverts that we owe many of the great contributions to society.
 
In The Introvert’s Story, Peter de Kuster argues that we dramatically undervalue introverts and shows how much we lose in doing so. He charts the rise of the Extrovert Ideal throughout the twentieth century and explores how deeply it has come to permeate our culture. He also introduces us to successful introverts in Amsterdam—from a witty, high-octane theater artist who recharges in solitude after his performances, to a designer who quietly taps into the power of questions. Passionately argued, impeccably researched, and filled with indelible stories of real people, The Introvert’s Story has the power to permanently change how we see introverts and, equally important, how we see ourselves. 

Does this sound like you or someone in your life? You enjoy time on your own but you care about people too. You’ve been told you’re a good listener. You think before you speak. You often notice what others miss. You do your best work when you can fully focus. You value quality over quantity in relationships. Your active mind is always thinking. In meetings, do you need to be asked for your opinions and ideas? Do you tend to notice details that other people miss? Is your ideal celebration a small get-together rather than a big party? Yet in spite of these strengths, you compare yourself to others. Fear sometimes still gets the best of you.

The good news is, you’re an introvert. The better news is that by celebrating the inner strengths and uniqueness of being introverted, The Introvert’s Story  shows introverts how to work with instead of against their temperament to enjoy a well-lived life. Covering relationships, parenting—including parenting an introverted child—socializing, and the workplace, here are coping strategies, tactics for managing energy, and hundreds of valuable tips for not only surviving but truly thriving in an extrovert world.

Research shows what introverts may see as struggles can be their greatest strengths!

Instead of wondering if you need to change, what if you could fully be yourself with nothing holding you back? Let The Introvert’s Story in Amsterdam with Peter de Kuster make you :

    *    Understand who you are
    *    Overcome your struggles
    *    Maximize your creative strengths
    *    Live your powerful purpose

In this eye-opening journey, Peter de Kuster shares everything you need to know, from brain science to the psychological, relational, and creative aspects of being an introvert.

He also reveals exactly what will help you beat your struggles and maximize your strengths so you can live with clarity, courage, and confidence in a world that needs what only you can give!

If you’ve ever questioned who you are as an introvert, or if you love, lead, or share life with an introvert, you will love this empowering, insightful journey!

Your Guide

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Story teller Peter de Kuster is the founder of The Heroine’s Journey en The Hero’s Journey and an accomplished speaker worldwide. His books and stories have reached millions of creative professionals worldwide in the last decennium.

Practical Info

The price of this One Day seminar with your guide Peter de Kuster is Euro 495 excluding VAT per person

When you come with more people there are special prices

You can reach Peter for questions about dates and the program by mailing him at theherojourneyquestionnaires@gmail.com

TIMETABLE

09.40    Tea & Coffee on arrival

10.00     Morning Session

13.00     Lunch Break

14.00     Afternoon Session

18.30     Drinks

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