CIP060: Dana Kaye on Growing Your Audience As An Introvert

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Dana Kaye of Branding Outside the Box. Dana helps driven entrepreneurs make more meaningful use of time by offering simple, easy-to-implement productivity hacks. At Branding Outside the Box, Dana draws from her experience helping hundreds authors launch their unique brands.   What we […]

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CIP057: Thea Orozco on dealing with negative self talk

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Thea Orozco of Introvertology. Thea started Introvertology four years ago, after talking to two frustrated people on Twitter who had been comparing themselves to others and feeling broken. It was clear to her that they weren’t broken, they were one of the 50% […]

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The Year of Fun #15: BrightonSEO Conference

What what – an introvert at a conference!? I know – but remember I do like a challenge… This was an unexpectedly fun part of my week, and my conclusion for why this was is… FOCUS. My funk last week, I believe, is down to a lack of focus. A feeling that is definitely disturbing […]

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Introvert Writer

CIP041: Jamie Arpin-Ricci on Being An Introvert Writer

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Jamie Arpin-Ricci, speaker and community enthusiast and author of The Introvert Writer.   What we discussed: How Jamie’s social life actually improved on discovering his introversion Does knowing our personality type become an excuse for bad behaviour? The discipline of sponteneity How to […]

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Nicola Mills

CIP038: Nicola Mills on Singing Through the Nerves

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Nicola Mills, opera singer for the people.   What we discussed: How Nicola started singing despite her unmusical upbringing How Nicola considers herself shy and how this affects her nerves on stage The community Nicola found through singing What Nicola did to overcome […]

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CIP036: Tony Wrighton on Living With More Energy

In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Tony Wrighton, Sky Sports presenter and host of the podcast Zestology.   You might not know this about me but before I starting blogging as the Creative Introvert, I had a blog called – wait for it – Cat Food is Good For […]

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3 Things I Wish I Knew A Year Ago

True story: a year ago this week I added a note to Evernote titled ‘What I Wish I Knew a Year Ago’ and set a reminder to go off in 12 months time. I had just set up this site, and had decided to start focussing more on helping fellow creatives with marketing and the business-end […]

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4 Lies Creatives Need to Stop Believing

Listening the amount of podcasts I do, reading the amount of books and blogs, and watching the odd Youtube video; I take in a boatload of information from ‘experts’ in the creative industries. Now, I do this because (1) I enjoy learning (2) I enjoy thinking and (3) I like these people. BUT. The amount of […]

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