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

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

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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Scott Barry Kaufman

Scott Barry Kaufman on What Introversion Really Is…

Today I have arguably the most controversial guest I’ve had on the show (don’t worry it’s no one political!) I say controversial because of his take on introversion. And it’s not just any old take on introversion. Today’s guest is a lot more qualified than I am or many other professional online introverts are to […]

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Jas Hothi

Jas Hothi on Being a Highly Sensitive Introvert

Today’s podcast guest is a writer, introvert blogger, a self-taught marketer… and a life-long learner. He also claims that his bio changes about as frequently as he eats Nando’s chicken… so I guess this could be different by the time I publish our chat! Jas is also an INFP, an HSP (which we’ll be discussing […]

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Nicole Burgess

Nicole Burgess on Emotions, Fear and Anxiety

Today’s podcast guest a licensed psychotherapist, who has helped hundreds of women, children, parents and teen girls overcome anxiety, be more connected in their relationships, increase self-awareness, and regain trust in their own inner wisdom. Now, Nicole Burgess helps introverted, high achieving, and/or highly sensitive women be exactly who they are meant to be.   […]

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Brit Kolo Marketing Personalities

Brit Kolo on Types of Marketing Personality

When I first came across today’s guest, I knew immediately I had to have her on the podcast. She’s managed to combine two of my greatest obsessions: personality typology AND marketing. And even though she’s an extrovert, Brit Kolo is most definitely on my wavelength – and I think you’ll agree when you hear our […]

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My introvert epiphany

CIP096: My Introvert Epiphany

I remember clearly being called ‘shy’ as a child. Sometimes ‘quiet.’ I despised the latter more. At least with ‘shy’ it felt like a virus I had caught. Being called ‘quiet’ suggested I had nothing to say. But I had lots to say, just not out loud. Either way, I knew that they weren’t terms […]

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CIP090: Are Introverts More Prone To Anxiety?

I’ve hesitated to talk about this partly because I don’t like to dwell on my own sob stories unless I think I can be helpful, and up till now, I don’t think I’ve been confident I can do that with anxiety. The other reason is my own… denial. Denial that I could be feeling anything […]

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