CIP043: Goal Getting For Introverts (Part 1)

Ok so the timing for this episode is all kinds of perfect. If you’re listening on the release date, you’ll likely be aware it is a brand new year, and you may very well have set yourself a new years resolution – or assuming they’re becoming a little unfashionable, may be you’ve picked a year […]

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The Year of Fun #1: Mochi Making

The Year of Fun… week one is down! So did I stick to my fun guns?? Well, yes… but let’s never call them ‘fun guns’ again. As you may remember, the first fun activity I picked from my jar of fun was ‘go to a Nomunication.’ Now, a ‘nomunication’ is basically an event that a […]

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The Year of Fun (An Introvert Experiment)

What is this year of fun? As someone who is obsessed with goal seting, actionable plans and productivity… this year i have decided to do things a bit differently. To try to balance out my type a, INTJ personality, I figured I could choose fun as my one overall theme for 2018. I’ll admit: this […]

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Self-Knowledge Series 10: What Do You Want?

The grand finale of the Self-Knowledge mini-series! To end, I’m asking you the deceptively simple question: what do you want? It’s easy to go through life without really answering this question. Of course, we can answer specifics: like what do you want to order from a restaurant. Or you can be tempted to answer through […]

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Self-Knowledge Series 09: Your Shadow

Again, we’re looking to Carl G. Jung for the answers on today’s 9th + penultimate episode in the Self-Knowledge mini series. This is, naturally, going to be more of a woo-woo episode, partly because this area of psychology, in fact the entire branch of Jungian or analytic psychotherapy is grounded in theory, not hard science. […]

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Self-Knowledge Series 08: How Do You Get Stuff Done?

The concept that we all, by our nature, approach tasks and accomplishing things differently actually came as a bit of a surprise to me. l figured the kids I went to school with who left their homework till the last minute or often arrived late to class, were just… naughty. Like, they must hate school […]

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Self-Knowledge Series 06: How Do You Make Decisions

Let’s start with Carl Jung, grandaddy of Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. He’s responsible for much of this series, because of his theories on psychological types. He introduced three areas or preferences, each of which are dichotomies: as in there are two ends of a pole, and your preference lies somewhere along […]

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