Book Cover - Book Review: Hiding in the Bathroom: How to Get Out There When You'd Rather Stay Home

If Quiet if the Bible of introversion, Hiding in the Bathroom is the story of one of its disciple. A very personal story, full of life anecdotes, mainly based on author’s experiences, and enriched by her numerous professional relations.

As a personal book, the content reflects mainly the author’s challenges during her professional life: how to land to a job with more flexibility, how to use social networks while preserving a hermit life, how to brand yourself and negotiate, not acting like an extrovert, but using your introversion as a strength to overcome anxiety and succeed in entrepreneurship. The book content often leans on the work side, but never at the expense of the personal life.

Unlike Quiet whose content could benefit introvert or extrovert (managers, parents, teachers etc.), Hiding in the Bathroom mostly target working introverts, especially women who ambition an entrepreneurship career, but every introvert will be affected by this endearing author.

About the author

Julien Sobczak works as a software developer for Scaleway, a French cloud provider. He is a passionate reader who likes to see the world differently to measure the extent of his ignorance. His main areas of interest are productivity (doing less and better), human potential, and everything that contributes in being a better person (including a better dad and a better developer).

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