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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CIP072: Jean Smith on Flirting for Introverts

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Jean Smith, social and cultural anthropologist and social intelligence coach. This podcast is BY FAR the one I’ve most hesitated to publish because… I get coached. I don’t get coached on something you might expect either – not a topic we normally tackle on […]

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Podcast Guest Interview Lucy Lucraft

CIP070: Lucy Lucraft on Balancing Motherhood and Career

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Lucy Lucraft, fellow blogger, podcaster, travel lover and Brightonian. What we talked about: How Lucy found her way into Travel blogging Managing multiple interests from school to later in life How having a community has helped her despite being an introvert Lucy’s challenge […]

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CIP068: Alex Mathers on Keeping Your Focus

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Alex Mathers, of the Red Lemon Club. I’m SO excited to share this week’s guest for you, because he’s probably someone who I have to thank most out of virtually all my guests, even though they’re all kick ass. At the height of […]

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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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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 #7: Improv

In theory, we improvise every day or at least the days when we talk to people. We listen, sometimes better than others, and respond accordingly. So why on earth is improv – or improvisation theatre – so bloody terrifying?   I know people like to throw around statistical nuggets like ‘fear of death is second […]

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