Lack of support

CIP067: Lack of Support

One of the most common challenges I come across in speaking to a range of creative introverts in my coaching , or in my online community or just out and about: is lack of support. It’s actually the one that’s surprised me most, even though I can 100% relate. It surprised me, because I assumed […]

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The Year of Fun #28: Watch a Disney Movie

I went with The Little Mermaid. Why? Partly because a friend reminded me of it not long ago and partly because it was in my top 5 films throughout my childhood. I’d say top 3 Disney. Whilst I don’t think the animation is on par with Beauty and the Beast or as funny as Toy […]

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Leslie McDaniel

CIP066: Leslie McDaniel on the INFJ Life

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Leslie McDaniel, a certified professional coach who helps INFJ women bring their vision to life. She believes that few things are more powerful than someone at ease with her strengths, gifts, and quirks as she confidently lives out her purpose. With a unique […]

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CIP065: Worry, Distraction, Procrastination… OH MY!

I’m going to come out with a possibly controversial statement… Worrying helps our creativity. What what? Ok… think about it like this: most breakthroughs, whether they were in technology or art or anything else for that matter, came about because we were worried. We were worried we’d starve, worried that the other tribe would conquer […]

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The Year of Fun #26: Swim in the Sea

I really did hope I’d stop moaning about the heatwave long before recording this podcast. I now can’t remember a time when I wasn’t uncomfortably warm. And I resent the fact that I’m now doing the stereotypical Brit thing of talking about the weather, but there IS a reason for it: because, it was the […]

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CIP064: Danny Gregory on Permission to Create

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Danny Gregory, co-founder of Sketchbook Skool and author of nearly a dozen internationally best-selling books on art and creativity. I personally came across Danny from his podcast Shut Your Monkey, in which he interviewed fascinating artists, psychologists, authors, all kinds of folk who gave […]

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The Year of Fun #25: Take A Sound Bath

I’m back to the somewhat New Agey Year of Fun experiences this week, this time with a Sound Bath. OK for those of you unfamiliar with this sound-bathing thing, like I was until very recently, I’m going to read what’s on the website of the place I visited, The Tree of Life, Hove. “Lay back […]

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CIP063: Your Energy Needs

Part of my fascination with the term ‘introvert’ as I define it is how it describes how I understand where we, as introverts, get our energy from. Now I’m far, far from scientific when it comes to these energy matters. And that’s OK: any scientist who’s worth his salt will admit he or she still […]

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The Year of Fun #24: Plan a Holiday

This is one that might strike some of you as a bit… odd. I mean, your idea of Fun might be very far from planning the logistics of a holiday and actually indulging in the research involved in making the most out of a short break. Truth be told, I was at a bit of […]

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