"Best Books 2009"
The New York Times
"Currently winning our race for most intriguing book title of 2009 is the oxymoronic “Self-Promotion for Introverts” by Nancy Ancowitz (McGraw Hill). The 'how to' book is filled with tips (rehearse is a favorite). The author’s tone is supportive and she does not argue that introverts should become live wires. But what else would you expect from a book whose subtitle is 'the quiet guide to getting ahead'?"
"Best Book Gifts"
Los Angeles Times
"Whatever's behind your reluctance to speak out for yourself, this is the first book I've seen with serious research on the topic that leads to a new game plan."
"Must-Read Fall Books for IT Execs"
"Best New Career Books"
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY NEWS DAILY
"Offers a solid dose of practical advice—alongside humorous anecdotes.... Ancowitz shows introverts how to take advantage of the unique qualities and strengths they can offer."
The Independent Consultant
"There is great value in this book, whether you are promoting your own business or consulting practice, or just want to be sure your talents are recognized within your larger organization."
Small Business Trends
"Written by an introvert for introverts."
Ft. Myers Florida Weekly
"'Self-Promotion for Introverts' is a primer on doing just that—helping 'quiet sorts' assert themselves by using their inherent tendencies in the most effective ways."
Women and Leadership Australia
"Pitched perfectly. Our rating: 10/10."