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The Creative Introvert Podcast is the podcast for creatives, makers, artists and entrepreneurs who prefer to work solo. Cat Rose digs deep into the struggles creative introverts face and provides you with actionable tips every week. Topics tackled include: battling fear, increasing confidence, self-promotion without feeling sleazy, and overcoming procrastination.
 
The Soft Power Podcast is where High-Performance Social Skills and Confidence Coach and Corporate Trainer, Susan Callender helps professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs stand out in competitive and often high-stakes situations, by raising social capital and using the power of polished people skills to make an impact. Weekly content includes general social skills guidance as well as specific tips for introverted, shy, and self-conscious adults.
 
Do you experience joy, discomfort, empathy, and emotions very intensely? Are you easily overstimulated or bothered by small changes in your environment? You aren’t alone, in fact, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). In this podcast, host, blogger, (and HSP herself) Kelly shares real-life experiences that may have you nodding and thinking: “I thought I was the only one who felt that way”! Introverts and people with shyness and social anxiety may also find comfort and camaraderie her ...
 
The Introvert, Dear Podcast is devoted to helping introverts live more peaceful, meaningful lives. We're here to remind you that you don't have to be an extrovert to be happy — and there's nothing wrong with being quiet and spending time alone. This biweekly show is hosted by Jenn Granneman, author of The Secret Lives of Introverts and founder of IntrovertDear.com, and Bo Miller, founder of iSpeakPeople.com and The INFJ Personality Show. Featuring prevalent introvert influencers and experts, ...
 
Women leaders from around the globe come together to share their wisdom of moving through fears, speaking their truth, taking action through challenges in life, and living in alignment with their values. Whether you prefer introversion, are a highly sensitive person, a creative, visionary, or change maker-listen to ordinary women who do extraordinary things because they embrace the unknown. Host Nicole Burgess licensed psychotherapist and Introvert Empowerment Coach, shares topics on mindful ...
 
How identify and unlock the intropreneurial skills in your business. As a leader are you unlocking the value of the introverts in your business? Most leaders are not, which leads to the introvert productivity gap. As an introvert in business you'll get ideas to help you drive your business forwards. For more ideas please visit introvertinbusiness.co.uk
 
If I were a website, introversion.com would be me. If I were a podcast, well… you’re listening to it right now. Bold, irreverent, and chock-full of special sauce... the Introversion podcast is an introverted designer's perspective on the human experience. Creativity, relationships, aspirations, fears, priorities, non-sequiturs, psychology, philosophy, lifestyle, tech, health, education, art, pop culture, society, politics, religion, the sun, and everything under the sun... let's get into it.
 
Running a business as an introvert in an extroverted world can feel vulnerable, overwhelming and downright draining – but it doesn’t have to be that way. Business and mindfulness coach Julie Greenham is here to help you embrace your introversion and develop the mindset, confidence and strategies you need to show up authentically, attract more ideal clients and grow your business. She openly shares the lessons learned on her own journey as an introverted entrepreneur along with business and m ...
 
Embrace your introversion and begin writing your own success story. Join hosts Lisa and Jen each week as they have conversations about navigating life and business as introverts. They bring together strategy, science and experience - with a generous sprinkle of fun. Get ready to be inspired to build your business as an introvert in a world seemingly built for extroverts.
 
Helping dentists create their best year . . . EVERY YEAR! Dr. Dave is a Certified High Performance and Leadership Coach. He is the co-author of Titans of Dentistry and co-founder of the Dental Success Network. He's passionate about using high level strategies to help dentists grow their practices while reducing stress and increasing fulfillment.
 
I help Millennial Professionals Maximize their Performance Physically & Mentally DISCLAIMER: All information provided by Alex Muir is of a general nature and is spoken from Alex Muir's personal experiences, and personal opinions on the topics related to fitness, health, and education only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Alex Muir harmles ...
 
Join me on my journey to connect listeners with the passionate people of DC, Maryland, and Virginia. I will be talking to local business owners, entrepreneurs, up and coming students, and just overall great people that I've met over the years! Use this podcast as a way to grow your network and break into a field that you may be hesitant about entering.
 
Join me, Debra Stangl, Founder of Sedona Soul Adventures, in this powerful new interview series, where I ask deep questions of these incredible luminaries. Their answers to these questions give us all hope for what’s possible for ourselves as we navigate this time of awakening. It's enlightening and we also share a lot of laughter! You’ll experience the wisdom of Christiane Northrup M.D., Dr. John Gray, Darryl Anka (the Channel for Bashar), Christy Whitman, Marci Shimoff, Dr. Jill Bolte Tayl ...
 
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In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Extroverts are happier. Personal angst makes me want to put this in the bin....but some research says maybe I shouldn't. Tip of the week: Now is the time for team building. If ever there's been a time to reintegrate your team, focus them on the business needs and each other's strengths it is now. But …
 
I have a confession to make. My journey to business was not a piece of cake. You see, I’m an introvert posing to be an extroverted guy trying to connect with the community where I was building my practice. Then came Matthew Pollard, the person that I can relate to. He is the author of the well-received book “The Introvert's Edge. How the Quiet and …
 
Alex breaks down the introvert/extrovert spectrum and discusses the bell curve, concept of ambiverts, and psychological research into the subject. As always, if you enjoyed the show, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a ni…
 
In this week’s show Your help- Please spend 2 minutes answering questions about this show. https://introvertinbusiness.co.uk/podcast/ Performance through people. Details and tickets are here. Introvert myth of the week: Introverts are no good at conversation. Tip of the week: How a small beginning to your meeting is worthwhile for better meetings A…
 
“At the end of the day, our brain can either work for us or against us — it’s up to us to program that.” — Michelle Risi Michelle Risi doesn’t have the aggressive approach of most real estate agents. She avoided selling because she didn’t feel it was a good fit for her introversion. Yet she was named one of the Top 50 women in Canadian real estate …
 
What is it about power and presence that you can see it and feel it as soon as a person enters your shared space? What we know is that it's simultaneously invisible and very much real. When we meet powerful people we know it right away because there is something about their gravitas and perceived influence that has a magnetic pull that makes our he…
 
It feels great to reconnect with a good friend, Dr. Peter Bowman, whom I guested in my podcast 5 years back talking about The Art of Believing and Achieving. Fast forward to the present, Peter now owns a world-ranked 9-hole golf course and his dental practice is currently focused on implant cases in varying degrees of complexity, sedation dentistry…
 
How often do you find yourself apologizing because you have a messy home or earn a good living for you and your family? Or do you often apologize for asking a lot of questions? If you find yourself saying you are sorry because you crave intimacy, or are assertive, or have things that are separate from your partner or family, then this episode is fo…
 
Feeling lost and confused? Like the ground underneath you is shaky and unstable, like anything could be around the corner? Very understandable in these times. This episode will address four of the most common issues creative introverts feel lost and confused over, and I share four grounding practices with you to help you find solid ground again. If…
 
I always knew Pokemon would back yet another comeback but I didn't think it would be as intense as it is in 2021. I'm guessing the pandemic has played a part in this just like with everything else going on but maybe we were always due for a late 2020/early 2021 resurgence of the 'Mons. We also talk about other collectibles like Pogs, Disney cups, a…
 
“With podcasting, you get that super intimate one-on-one time with people, which I think is so powerful. Especially if you’re an introvert and don’t necessarily want to have your face out in the world.” — Emily Milling Are you curious about how creating a podcast for your business would help you grow your revenue and community? Do you worry that yo…
 
Fraud Phenomenon refers to the experience of believing that you're not as competent as others perceive you to be, and that you are not ready to be at the forefront. This phenomenon has links to perfectionism and social anxiety. The phenomenon creates the experience of feeling like a phony—you feel as though at any moment you are going to be found o…
 
Dr. Jordan Brown reminds me of what’s good about the profession of dentistry. His “Why not me?” attitude is truly admirable. He may be a resident, but don’t let his youth fool you — he is wise beyond his years. His robust story, compelling bio, and positive disposition will surely inspire many in our profession. Listen in as Dr. Jordan talks about …
 
Hustle culture - aka "work, work, work until you succeed" is one of the most dangerous belief systems for introverted entrepreneurs. Int this episode, we're breaking down why leaving behind hustle culture is one of the most important things you can do for your business - and your belief in yourself as an entrepreneur.…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts are not assertive! Tip of the week: Consider unconscious bias. It’s something that creeps into everything all of us do and nearly got dinner tipped over my head. A discussion with Colin Scotland about marketing and introversion. Colin helps mission-driven entrepreneurs find clarity and get …
 
“Mindfulness is a state. It’s an active process that we intentionally place ourselves in so that we can be conscious and aware of all that we do.” — Julie Greenham Mindfulness can do more than just help you relax, cultivate calm, or feel more centered. It can also be used to completely transform your business as an introverted entrepreneur! Mindful…
 
Live and recorded video is here to stay, so much so that it inescapable for anyone who wants to raise their grade and their professional profile. Producing your first videos can cause anxiety, and this is normal, so do not use that as an excuse to not face the camera and speak your truth and provide value to an audience who wants to hear from you. …
 
Hiring is complicated. You don't want to be working with a team who doesn't embrace and support your goals. Good thing Laura Nelson is there to guide us throughout the process. She recently released a new book, "Hiring without Hesitation: A How-To for Small Business Success" which I am excited to share. I've known Laura for a long time, and I admir…
 
We love a good to-do list - but they can quickly get overwhelming. You can take back control of that list with this easy strategy... Putting all those tasks into the proper spot: ditch it, delegate it, delay it or do it. The 4 D's of getting that to-do list under control - and we're talking all about how this strategy is the perfect stepping stone …
 
This week it is Jonathan and I recapping the horrific events that transpired in Atlanta, which resulted in the death of 8 people. It's hard to ignore that violence against Asian Americans is in the rise when 6 of the 8 victims are Asian. As we talk through the actual event and the subsequent conversations that transpired the rest of the week, we al…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Leadership tips to improve communication with introverts And a discussion with Chelsey Brooke Cole. Chelsey helps forward-thinking introverts build self-trust & self-confidence to create healthy relationships & a purposeful career. Contact Chelsey at https://www.chelseybrookecole.com/ Performance thro…
 
“For me, with leadership, one of the big things is accountability… not just being someone that’s directing people, but being accountable.” — Terrance Lee Terrance Lee, AKA The Introvert Leader, had always avoided taking on leadership roles — until he had to learn the skills by necessity. Terrance’s shift to leadership happened after college, while …
 
Today I'm speaking to Martien Hermes, astrologer extraordinaire, about the study of ancient astrology, the Lot of Daimon and much more! Check out Martien's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD6cs0iqpVDOysf9ATKablA Find Martien's website here: https://www.martienhermes.com/ If you’re interested in booking an astrology reading, y…
 
Goals - everybody's got 'em. But are they set up in a way that makes sense for your business right now. You've probably heard about SMART goals before - and maybe even tried them out. They're at the core of all of our programs here at Success and the Shy Girl and we're going to share why we think they're such a powerful goal-getting tool.…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts don’t like to go out in public. Tip of the week: Ideas for virtual team events, that work for introverts and extroverts. Running virtual team events that will help your whole team work together more effectively including the introverts. Integrating the way teams work is becoming especially …
 
“When we’re talking about developing a blue-chip mindset for our business, we’re talking about prioritizing those tasks and activities that are money-generating.” — Julie Greenham As introverted entrepreneurs, we often deal with unique obstacles. In this episode, I share five skills that can help introverted entrepreneurs grow their businesses and …
 
A common misconception is that talking ad nauseam and being long-winded makes a person appear knowledgeable, and nothing could be farther from the truth. In fact, it’s often a telltale sign of nervousness and a lack of self-awareness. What happens is a thought enters your mind and before you’ve had a chance to fully process it or determine what, if…
 
In 2009, in this dusty space in Avon, Colorado, I spent all my cash on learning for a six-month Ortho, Sedation, and Invisalign because I wanted to be this marketable person. One thing I could say, it is much harder than it looks -- but not for Grace Rizza. She’s been growing businesses at the age of 22, and her approach to business is both commend…
 
If you’re a survivor or trauma yoga could play a key role in your healing. But not all Yoga. The pumping and jumping of modern yoga and some hot yoga could make things worse. Soulwork Founder, Adi Shakti trains yoga instructors and spiritual healers from around the world in her Costa Rican Ashram. She says if you’re a trauma survivor you want to be…
 
We're starting in on a new series - Marketing for Introverts. And in the first episode of this series, we're talking about offers and sales pages from an introvert perspective. Listen in as we have a conversation about: why having a plan in place to market your offer is crucial for introverts how you define the people you do business with (are they…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: introverts don’t have anything to say Tip of the week: Giving feedback. You can read more about this by clicking here A discussion with Talisa Jansen Van Rensburg. Talisa is a content creator at Media Update, I’m interviewing her after she wrote a fantastic article about introverted PR pros for online…
 
“The way that I would move about my day was more about listening and trusting, and then recognizing that life became more rewarding when I did that.” — Nadine Moffatt What are the benefits of living at a slower pace and working in flow? Working in flow gives you a deeper sense of satisfaction and can boost your productivity — rather than just ticki…
 
It’s bound to occur from time to time, a little social awkwardness. Maybe it’s a co-worker. Hopefully it’s not you. When your professional reputation depends on your workplace social performance, awkward moments can seem difficult to overcome. Learn how to handle awkward interactions and move on, rather than dwell on an inadvertent transgression. J…
 
Over my years as a podcaster, some of my very favorite interviews have been when I’ve brought friends onto the show, and this episode will definitely fall into that category. Dr. Pete McClellan is a dentist with multiple practices in Kansas City, a visionary, and a fantastic leader who was named a top dentist in Hawaii for two years in a row. Liste…
 
Today I'm talking about the Age of Anxiety that we may find ourselves in, the astrology of the moment, some different philosophical perspectives on anxiety, the gift of anxiety and how to find that gift in our own lives. Link to read for free on Scribd: https://www.scribd.com/g/7anpba If you’re interested in booking an astrology reading, you can fi…
 
Explore the journey from innocence to experience and the sometimes messy process of spiritual and self transformation with author, poet Mark Nepo. Mark shares from his latest book “The Book of Soul: 52 Paths to Living What Matters” Mark Nepo’s Spiritual books have sold over a million copies and caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey who called Mark …
 
The words you use when framing your work as an entrepreneur matter. And they matter greatly. We're chatting in this episode about one specific phrase that seems to be popping up more and more, particularly on social media. And while well-intentioned, the phrase "Dream Chaser" could be stopping you from crossing the finish line on your goals.…
 
We had a question (actually a comment) which we know often runs through the minds of introverted entrepreneurs - and we know this because this is at the core of the work we do with clients. "What if I'm too introverted to be successful in my business?" In this episode we're breaking this question down - and giving some strategies to challenge this …
 
Your introversion is a wholly unique experience - a single element of your personality which the world around us has boiled down to some seriously inaccurate misconceptions. We're diving deep into our own unique experiences of introversion in this episode - and chatting about how the wider world around us gets introversion all wrong when they talk …
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts are more intellectual or creative than extroverts. Tip of the week: Ideas to manage working from home, especially as some of your team are introverts. And a discussion with Rachel Atkinson Rachel is an experienced HR Professional. After many years in larger firms, she now operates her own H…
 
When you think of the acting world, you don't necessarily think that an introvert would blend naturally in that environment. But that’s not necessarily true. It’s indeed possible and comes with certain challenges —as my guest Courtney Ferguson explains in this episode. Courtney’s childhood dream was to act. She performed in church and high school p…
 
The single most important decision I made in my dental practice was the moment I stopped trying to create followers with this broken, top-down management style and started a leadership development program for everyone on my team. Today’s guest, Chuck Blakeman, is a world-renowned expert on this topic. He is a successful entrepreneur, best-selling b…
 
The self-image refers to the way you see yourself, both physically and mentally. It is guided by your subconscious and proves that thoughts really do become things. Comments and guidance from adults in our younger, more formative years have s tendency to stay with us for a lifetime. Self-image may be divided into four quadrants a) positive b) negat…
 
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