A Conversation with a non-traumatized Introvert

December 4th, 2018

In today's episode, I had the privilege of speaking with Beth Buelow, The Introvert Entrepreneur. Beth shares the experience of growing up 'normal', meaning no trauma of any nature that she had to overcome. She shares how, at times, it presented its own challenges. Take a listen to hear how Beth has succeeded in our extroverted world by listening to what she needed in order to take care of herself. At the end of the interview, she offers some valuable tips on how to move forward if you are feeling stuck and don't know what to do. She also hosts a weekly podcast titled How can I say this. It's a helpful podcast that deals with issues that show up in our relationships.

Beth can be found at https://theintrovertentrepreneur.com/ and https://howcanisaythis.com/ 


I can’t because I’m introverted…

November 28th, 2018

In this episode, I discuss the common belief that being introverted stops us from doing things we wish we could do. I discuss why this happens for us and also challenge this idea. What I have learned for myself is to say that I need to do it differently because I'm introverted, instead of I can't because I'm introverted. I would love to hear your thoughts on this.


Conversation with The Introverted Man

November 21st, 2018

In this episode, I talk with Phil Hawksworth about growing up as an introvert. He shares how he struggled at times with being introverted and how he then made changes to his life. I love how he followed what was best for him and created a life that fit him.

To connect with Phil: https://www.facebook.com/CoachPhilHawksworth/




Conversation with a Sensitive Introvert

November 9th, 2018

In today's episode, I talk with Juliet McLean about her experience as a sensitive introvert. She speaks of her strong intuitive nature and how she uses this to guide her.


Introvert thought: Does alone = failure?

October 31st, 2018

In this podcast, I share thoughts on the idea that being alone means failure. I offer some ways to deal with this negative thoughts to be able to move past this so you can enjoy time on your own the way that feels best for you.


How the wish to be extroverted steals from introverts

October 24th, 2018

In this podcast, Eric Fisher, an Addiction Counselor at Edgewood Health Network, talks about his process of discovering he was an introvert and how he went from being exhausted from trying to be extroverted to claiming his introversion and building a life that better suits his quiet, empathic nature. Near the end of the interview, he offers a great metaphor on how the wish to be extroverted is a thief. I love this metaphor.


To learn more information about the services offered at Edgewood Health Network, they can be found at https://edgewoodhealthnetwork.com/.


Letter to extroverts from introverts

October 17th, 2018

In this podcast, I share an open letter I wrote to the extroverts out there who don't understand the impact of the question, "Why are you so quiet". The purpose is to provide some education to the extroverts as well as a suggestion for us to reflect on how we feel about being introverted. 


The Introvert Networker

October 10th, 2018

Dave Byrnes is an expert in the world of introverts and networking. He offers great insight into how introverts get stuck and limit themselves by believing they can't have success due to being introverted. Listen in as Dave shares tips on how to use your introverted strengths to your advantage. To connect with Dave he can be found at: https://introvertednetworker.com/


The Introvert Dad

October 1st, 2018

James Pendle, The Introvert Dad, shares what life looks like as an introverted parent. I appreciate his willingness to be open in a few areas he struggles in; in his personal relationships with his kids and partner. He is also names how he has overcome some obstacles in his work. Listen in to see what life looks like as an introverted dad.

To learn more about James, he can be found at the links below. Thanks James!









Two things you can do to deal with triggers

September 13th, 2018

In this episode, I discuss what triggers are (big emotions) and some suggestions to deal with them. I share a recent example of when I was triggered and how I managed my way through this. 


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