Mayamada

CIP098: Nigel Twumasi on Quiet Leadership

Today’s guest is someone I’ve known even before I knew I was an introvert. We met on the Princes Trust Enterprise Program, and since then it’s been a delight to see Nigel’s comic book world grow. Connect with Nigel Mayamada Kickstarter   POWERED BY PATREON This podcast is made possible only by means of my […]

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mark mcguinness

CIP097: Mark McGuinness on Building A Successful Creative Career

Today’s podcast guest is someone I’ve wanted the chance to speak to even before I considered starting a podcast. Mark McGuinness of lateraction.com I think is best introduced through the words of another of my favourite authors and creativity mentors, Steven Pressfield. Here’s what Steven says about Mark: “Mark McGuinness is a rare cat – […]

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Quietly Ambitious

CIP095: Natalie on Being Quietly Ambitious

Today’s podcast guest always knew she was an introvert but didn’t start living boldly, embracing her introversion until she read Quiet by Susan Cain. Ultimately, this book changed Natalie’s life, giving her a new sense of confidence and pride in her quiet nature. She founded Quietly Ambitious in 2015 and since then has been using […]

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Tad Hargrave

CIP093: Tad Hargrave on Slow Marketing

Oh boy was this a treat for me. And I reckon it’ll be a treat for you too because today’s guest can only be described as a Superhero in the world of feel-good marketing. Yeah. That’s a thing. And when you hear Tad Hargrave from Marketing for Hippies talk about finding your niche, building a […]

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How do I Network if I'm an introvert?

CIP039: How Do I Network If I’m An Introvert!?

Networking. A word almost as cringe-inducing as saying Volde-I mean, he who must not be named. Regardless of whether you’re an introvert OR an extrovert – I actually don’t know if anyone admits to enjoying networking. It’s kind of like exercise. We know it’s good for us but it doesn’t come without some pain – […]

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The Introvert's Guide To Freelancing

CIP035: The Introvert’s Guide To Freelancing

In 2013, my introvert dreams were answered. I had made the heady decision on New Years Day to book plane tickets to Japan, signalling my no-way-backing-out-now decision to leave my safety bubble that was my 9-5 job as a web designer in London. It also signalled the start of my 6-month experiment: be a Freelancer. […]

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