Introversion in the workplace

CIP087: Vanessa O’Shea on Introverts in the Workplace

Vanessa’s mission is to help organisations create a culture in which people, in all their uniqueness and diversity, can be known, feel valued, and thrive. She recently published her book, Shaping Workplace Culture: A Practical Guide – a must-read for introverts and extroverts alike. Connect with Vanessa: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Website   If you leave […]

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Martin Stellar

CIP084: Martin Stellar on Calibrating Reality

It was a pleasure this week to have my first repeat guest back on the show, Martin Stellar (he’s also the business and mindset coach I mention in The Creative Introvert: How to Build a Business You Love on Your Terms. We discuss what Martin has been up to in the past couple of years, what […]

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Zach

CIP082: Zach Frank on Solo Travel for Introverts

Like so many fellow introverts, our podcast guest today grew up struggling with a deep lack of confidence and limited social skills. However, proof that these limitations are not permanent, Zach has since travelled to Asia, spending five months without staying in a single hotel- his social skills “paid” for accommodations. I was super excited […]

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Jennifer Corcoran

CIP078: Jennifer Corcoran on Networking for Introverts

Today I had the chance to talk to the lovely Jennifer Corcoran, of My Super Connector. Jennifer really is a super connector, and despite being a fellow introvert, has built an incredible network for herself – and helps others do the same.   We discuss: How to connect authentically at a networking event How to […]

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Alex Pearson

CIP076: Alex Pearson on What Makes Us Creative

Today I had the chance to talk to the lovely Alex Pearson, founder of one of the World’s Greatest Bookshops (as voted by Lonely Planet guides) and the Yurt Academy, here in Brighton.   We discuss: How to define creativity What makes us creative Does having a lot of passions help creativity? The myth of […]

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It's ok not to do it

CIP075: It’s OK To Not Do It

I have a bit of a personal one today, that comes from a lesson I’ve struggled a lot with learning. See, some of the stuff I share with you are lessons I’ve learned fairly easily, I see a better way of thinking or doing or being and I change my ways, without too much fuss. […]

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Cat Byrne

CIP074: Cat Byrne on Freelancing and Burnout

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Cat Byrne of Gatto Web, someone who I have a lot in common with – and not just the name. What we talked about: How Cat got started in web design Being forced into either the ‘creative’ route or the ‘science’ route How […]

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