Living With Uncertainty

Studies have shown that people would rather definitely get an electric shock now than maybe be shocked later, and show greater nervous-system activation when waiting for an unpredictable shock (or other unpleasant stimulus) than an expected one. I think we can all agree that uncertainty is something we all want to avoid, and we can […]

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On Letting Your Work Evolve

This episode of the Creative Introvert is all about evolution. As in, the evolution of YOU, your work, your life, your… you. I’m going to share with you some of the changes that have been occurring in my primary creative project (THIS!) as well as what you can expect from upcoming Creative Introvert shows. I’m […]

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Julia Bainbridge on the Loneliness Epidemic

On today’s show I have Julia Bainbridge of the Lonely Hour podcast to talk to us about the loneliness epidemic, what it means to experience loneliness (even if you’re an introvert), the challenges of isolation we face in the age we live in, and some thoughts for living with loneliness. Connect with Julia: The Lonely […]

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How To Be Youer Than You

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” ~ Dr. Seuss That’s the quote that prompted today’s episode of the Creative Introvert… But it turned into an hour+ of me talking about all sorts, from Jung’s model of the Psyche to excavating the Shadow […]

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Breaking the Cycle of Stuckness

One of the biggest challenges creative introverts face, at least the ones I encounter is, self doubt. And this is what I’m seeing as the root cause as well as the fuel for what I’m calling “The Cycle of Stuckness.” If you feel stuck in any way on your creative path, this episode is for […]

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The Value of Taking Breaks

In this video I’m talking about the value of taking breaks, treating rest time as recovery time, and simple yet effective ways we can integrate breaks into our lives for increased enthusiasm, joy and creativity. Links Mentioned: Scribd link to get 2 months free Iain McGilchrist, The Master and his Emissary Study about daydreaming Astrology […]

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Why Those Productivity Tips Don’t Work For You

This is something that’s taken me quite a few years and many, many chats with various creative introverts to discover: not all tips to be productive work for me or you or anyone for that matter. Yeah, I know. Mind = blown. Maybe you already knew that. But maybe you didn’t and you were like […]

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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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Creativity and Introversion in Your Birth Chart

As you probably know if you’ve been listening to my podcast for any amount of time; I’ve been curious about personality type psychology as well as creativity and how creativity manifests itself in different people for several years. I did NOT expect astrology to come into the picture… until it did (more about that story […]

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