Instead, we're championing a one-note image of female strength and leadership, as if being like Beyoncé, Sheryl Sandberg, or any other quintessential extrovert is the way to be a female and to be successful.In the process, we're pushing introverted women to ape behavior that's unnatural to them, like that's what they need to do to get ahead, and to question if something is "wrong" with them for being more of a think first, speak after type.Cain leapt at the chance to share some of her kindred spirits with me: Below, she reveals her list of 10 famous, successful introverted women who prove that Cain's not the only example of a quietly powerful leader. Emma Watson: The 23-year-old actress (and our April cover star) talked about her love of Cain's book in an interview with Tavi Gevnison, saying that she's "an introverted kind of person just by nature," that "it's not like a conscious choice" that she's making.
Well, after Cain addresses the women, too, I mention—we have Cain herself to look to, yes, but we need more!
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Cain calls her "the ultimate quiet leader," and considering Minow nabbed a post as one of country's the top academic administrators (and is credited as a life-changing teacher for our president, Barack Obama) we'd certainly agree.
franchise, saying that when the idea came into her head: "To my immense frustration, I didn't have a pen that worked, and I was too shy to ask anybody if I could borrow one…I did not have a functioning pen with me, but I do think that this was probably a good thing. But in all seriousness, it's wonderful to see that a woman with an introverted nature can be a powerful first lady, and one of the most popular first ladies ever, at that.