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Stranger In A Strange Land

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A Free Interview with Dr. Glover and David Hamilton
On Shyness, Introversion, and Social anxiety


In this interview Dr. Glover and David Hamilton the creator of Authentic Social Influence discuss the differences between shyness, introversion, and social anxiety. Robert and David talk about how each of these hardwired personality traits create unique social challenges as well as unique social opportunities. This discussion covers how to work with your own natural brain wiring – instead of fighting against – it by trying to fit into a world in which you seem to always be on the outside looking in. David and Robert also answer several questions about shyness, introversion, and social anxiety from guys just like you.

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