Rebecca Fox on Comics, Creativity and Curiosity

Today I’m interviewing my co-host on my other podcast, The Seeker and the Skeptic, the marvellous Rebecca Fox. If you haven’t checked our show out already, we’re basically exploring all sorts of belief systems, people and places who tend to divide public opinion. So far we’ve investigated ayahuasca – first hand – we’ve been to […]

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Mark Rogers on Becoming a Professional Artist

Mark Rogers is a Portland-based artist whose work I’ve been obsessed with for quite some time. I was keen to chat to Mark because I was so curious about his creative process (when you see his work you’ll understand why!) and the journey he’s been on in becoming a professional artist. We discuss… Using our […]

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Josh Ryan

Josh Ryan on Kickstarter Campaigns and Getting a Book Deal

Today’s guest, Josh Ryan is a designer and illustrator based out of Houston, Texas. He specialises in creating products and visuals that connect people through shared experience, emotional connection, and quirky humour. Josh’s work has been featured on HuffPost, Forbes.com, Houstonia Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, and – most importantly – his mum’s refrigerator. We cover […]

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Heather Hollick on What Networking Really Is

On today’s episode I chat with Heather Hollick all about what networking really is and how to build real relationships especially if you’re an introvert. We have a super fun conversation talking about: How to help your friends to understand your introversion How Heather learnt networking skills and reinvented the meaning of networking in the […]

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Phyllis Brasenell on Relationship-Based Marketing

Today’s podcast guest is a business and marketing consultant and strategist – and one who has a refreshingly different take on those things that as creative introverts we tend to want to avoid – namely that sales, marketing and general putting-self-out-there piece. We have a super fun conversation talking about: Why it’s okay (and even […]

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Andy Mort on Gentleness as an Act of Rebellion

Today’s guest is someone who I’ve been meaning to have on the podcast since… before it even existed. Andy Mort is the host of the Gentle Rebel Podcast, a musician, an undertaker and someone who is very much on my wave length (fellow INTJ too!) We talk about: The challenges introvert musicians face The stigma […]

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Acamea Deadwiler

Acamea Deadwiler on Being Single as an Introvert

According to today’s podcast guest, being single does not mean being broken, lonely, or desperate. And whether or not you already knew that, it can feel like society at large is sending us another message. I rarely talk about matters of relationships on the podcast – mostly because I’m certainly no expert there – but […]

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Lauren Sapala on Being an INFJ Writer

  Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lauren Sapala, author, blogger, and writing coach. I’ve been following Lauren for quite some time now on the Intro-Twittersphere and have found her to be a fount of advice on writing, marketing your writing and doing it all as a highly sensitive, creative introvert. After reading her […]

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