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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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Eavesdrop on three Jungian analysts as they engage in lively, sometimes irreverent conversations about a wide range of topics. Join them for discussion of news events, family dynamics, personal issues and more as they share what it’s like to see the world through the depth psychological lens provided by CG Jung. Half of each episode is spent discussing a dream submitted by a listener. Lisa, Joseph and Deb went through their Jungian training together, becoming friends and developing working p ...
 
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, ...
 
Welcome to Life On Purpose with Erica Layne, a podcast to help overwhelmed women find focus and peace. I’m Erica, founder of The Life On Purpose Movement, bestselling author, and a mom of three. I know what it’s like to get so busy meeting everyone else’s needs that you forget to meet your own. Through this podcast, I want to give you full permission to slow down, let go, invest in yourself, and believe that you are enough just as you are.
 
edu-Me is bridging the gap between parents and schools. We will discuss everything from how to volunteer to what you need to know about your child's high school years to surviving the holidays. Our goal is to empower you to become a well-versed partner in your schools. Each episode will help us work together to educate them better. Join us every other week for an exciting new episode!
 
Unconventional career strategy and advice for women of colour, by women of colour. A podcast that speaks to your unique experiences as a woman of colour and provides sometimes practical, always timely and uniquely tailored advice to help you navigate all parts of your career journey with Shahzia Noorally.
 
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 ...
 
Eat the Rules is dedicated to empowering you to break free of societal standards, body shame and live life beyond the scale. Summer interviews the leading experts in body image, the anti-diet movement, self-help and intersectional feminism, covering a range of topics that include: body positivity, size acceptance, fat positivity, self-worth, self-esteem, intuitive eating and eating disorder recovery, health at every size and positive psychology. Summer also gives practical advice and shares ...
 
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 episode, we explore the inner workings of an introvert and an extrovert - at least from our perspectives. We break down the meaning of these terms as they were originally defined by Carl Jung (versus how we see them sometimes misused in Pop Psychology), how experiencing the world as an introvert or an extrovert impacts our romantic, friend,…
 
I’m interviewing Sarah Salmon, TEDx speaker and Coach, who specializes in helping overwhelmed introverts get their energy back. We’re talking about what it REALLY means to be an introvert, why the world was built for extroverts, how to know if you’re burned out, and how to set boundaries so you can recharge and focus on doing what you want. Show no…
 
Did you know a third to a half of the population is introverted? So even if you aren’t, you definitely love someone who is. Today we’re clearing up some of the confusion surrounding introverts and extroverts—because only good things can come from understanding ourselves and each other better! Additional segments: * Self-care spotlight: A simple pra…
 
Subscribe to Distributed at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RSS, or wherever you like to listen. “Aren’t people lonely because they don’t have their friendships at work?” On a recent appearance of The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish of Farnam Street, Matt Mullenweg revealed that he hears this question often, and that the answer is one of many benefit…
 
"Listening without solving... Is really important, because the tendency for a lot of people is when somebody comes to you with an issue, the immediate response is to try and find a solution to the problem when in fact that may not be what you need." Gordon Simpson, SVP Human Resources, DHL Global Forwarding We're Only Human -- Episode 117 Work is c…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts are anti social. Err, no! Let’s just look at recent return to work surveys showing that 30% of introverts didn’t state a preference for home or office and 50% like the idea of flexible working. Leadership tip of the week: 5 ways to better understand introverts, so you can boost productivity…
 
Although Jung’s theory of typology is the foundation of various personality assessments, it is important to appreciate its profundity as Jung’s theory of consciousness. The four functions of consciousness - sensation, intuition, thinking, and feeling--are governed by two attitudes, extraversion, and introversion. Jung defines extraversion as “an at…
 
In this live coaching session, we speak with Carla about the dating patterns she’s feeling reemerge after doing a lot of hard work while single. We explore building the muscles of taking the brave step of speaking to our needs, how sometimes an emotional cutt-off can be the easier choice than a tough conversation, the fact that someone’s ability to…
 
Spring was a time for change but with the summer comes increasingly more opportunities to improve as well and carry out one's own plans. Christian carries you through detail by detail on the ins and outs of navigating one's own independence and how to make it effortless. If you enjoyed this episode, follow and subscribe to the show: you can find us…
 
Coaching methods and tools, when used properly, can change the direction of client’s lives and help them achieve continuous growth, prosperity, and sustainable success. Effective high-performance coaching goes beyond the ability to ask the right questions in the right order — in fact, that just won’t do! As an effective and committed (may I say, Am…
 
I’m interviewing Rachel Molenda, Intuitive Eating & Body Image Coach and Host of the Fill Your Cup Podcast. We’re talking about the influence of healthism on our relationship with food, how to tell if your health choices are disordered, and when is it the right time to focus on health. Show notes: summerinnanen.com/197 In this episode, we chat abou…
 
Have you known someone on their deathbed stating they regretted not going after a dream or telling someone they loved them? What if you had 5 years left to live? If you have regrets and want to learn how to live more in the moment, this is for you. For full show notes: https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep144 ****************************************…
 
In today's episode, we’re going to in deep on how authenticity is the key to levelling up in your career and my guest on this episode is someone who shows up as herself in each and every interaction, and someone who has an incredible career to demonstrate how this approach can and will work for you. Celinda Farias Appleby, (she/her/ella) is also kn…
 
The sun is shining and the weather is heating up, summer 2021 is almost here! Get ready for summer with Alyssa Jo as she discusses summer wellness trends, summer health hazards you’re probably ignoring and tips on how to stay healthy and fit all summer long! If you enjoyed this episode, follow and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or…
 
In this week's episode Introvert myth of the week: Introverts don’t like to talk. Well, that’s just not true. Introverts do love to talk, get them on a subject they like, in a setting where they think it’s worth talking about…….and they won’t shut up. Leadership tip of the week: What are you doing about returning to work? Will it be like "Workplace…
 
Toddlers have ready access to no as they discover the power of me—the start of a lifelong process of differentiating self from all that is other. When are personal needs, desires, and selfhood the priority? When does caring about others, the need to belong, and toeing the line take precedence? Fear of social rejection, workplace retaliation, or fam…
 
Having a commanding presence is a trait of soft power. We have to remember that power is energy and energy is not seen, per se but it is felt. A powerful or power-filled presence allows you to establish your personal brand in everything you do. You're developing a brand in everything you do, either intentionally or unintentionally. It's a part of h…
 
"There's a lot of blame going around. Rumors, gossip, people are on their guard. So this kind of hidden anger and passive aggressiveness that I have seen, [what's] always an eye-opener with clients is how many people need to be CC'd on any given email. So the more people that are CC'd in anything gives you an indication: there's a bit of fear, and …
 
Many of us are ultra-competitive. We want to win at all costs. We want our children to be successful in every sport they play. Well, let's face it...that's not reality. Heath Eslinger, the founder of A Better Way Athletics, join us this week to discuss how we can best prep our child and ourselves for managing sports and life. By providing opportuni…
 
Are living a life in alignment and in your power? Have you ever been doing something only to have someone else reflect back to you the connection you didn’t fully see? In this episode, Nicole shares a tool she uses with her coaching clients, how the podcast logo ties into all of it, and ways for you to stand more in your power. For full show notes:…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Being shy is NOT the same as introversion. It's a common myth, meaning many people don't get the team performance they want. Leadership tip of the week: How a train driver could improve your meetings. A discussion with Alex Reid. Alex Reid is known as the mindful marketing guy. He helps Quietly Ambiti…
 
We can’t help knowing that something bad could happen if we do X…or Y…or maybe Z. Like Odysseus steering his ship between sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis, we must navigate between risk avoidance and recklessness. One keeps us out of life; the other jeopardizes wellbeing. In pre-modern times life in the external world was fraught with danger and r…
 
We were absolutely thrilled to get to sit down with Miles Adcox. Miles is an entrepreneur, speaker, host, consultant, writer, and coach. He is known for his over 15 years as owner and CEO of Onsite, an internationally-known emotional wellness lifestyle brand that delivers life-changing personal growth workshops, inspiring content, leadership retrea…
 
Mental Rehearsal, or The Social Priming System developed here at Social Confidence Pro is a way to focus and guide your imagination to create a mental image of a future event. It harnesses the power of your brain to unlock your full potential in interpersonal situation where you tend to struggle and feel ill-at-ease, even when that feeling is imagi…
 
Today I'm having a conversation with Julian Vayne, author, occultist and psychonaut. We talk about all things magick, ritual and of course, the daimon. I really love Julian's down to earth, approachable nature and I hope you enjoy our chat as much as I did! To find Julian online, visit https://julianvayne.com BOOK AN ASTROLOGY READING: https://thec…
 
A lesson from my therapist in how to observe the negativity around us without internalizing it! This episode is especially for the empaths and highly sensitive people, but I think most of us tend to take on more than we’re meant to carry, so tune in! This episode is the last of Season 2, so be sure to hit subscribe so you don’t miss the new episode…
 
Summer brings a whole new opportunity to relax, unwind, and spend time with the children being home. It can also be financially challenging if we haven't planned our children's camps, vacations, and any other activities we may want to do during this time. How do we do this? What are some strategies that can help us? Janice Scholl, the podcast host …
 
Do you worry about saying No at work? Or that your emotions are a detriment vs a competitive advantage? Guest Melody Wilding, LCSW and Execute Coach returns to share how her new book Trust Yourself: Stop Overthinking and Channel Your Emotions for Success at Work can change your mindset and behaviors. If you are a highly sensitive person (ie Sensiti…
 
Subscribe to Distributed at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RSS, or wherever you like to listen. “Every company has a poster on the wall,” says Matt Mullenweg in the latest episode of The Distributed Podcast. Matt welcomes Sid Sijbrandij, Co-founder and CEO of GitLab, another pioneering company with Open Source origins and a long-running commitment to a c…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts avoid personal contact Tip of the week: Returning to normal and motivating your team. Read more, click here A discussion with David O’Beirne: David is a copywriter and marketing consultant with a strong view on overselling guru marketing agencies. Here’s what business owners and leaders sho…
 
There is value in examining your values, the powerful emotional and cognitive attitudes that underlie large and small life choices. Although values are initially acquired through family and institutions, an essential task of adulthood is consciously embracing traditional or individual values. Values are the wellspring of libido: they motivate actio…
 
In this live coaching session with Zoe, we talk about all of the realizations she’s had over the last year following a divorce. We explore the ways that we can shrink ourselves in relationships, the way that parenting can bring an awareness of what we’re capable of, how to move from survival mode to the experience of happiness and exploration, and …
 
When it comes to resistance, too often we think in terms of what can potentially be lost, rather than what can be gained. When it comes to social skills, it’s all gain. To put it simply, putting yourself out there and exposing your psyche to judgment can be challenging. Overcoming resistance and trying something new means there is a possibility of …
 
Does your life seem chaotic? Or is chaos a gift in your life? Tune in for this week’s episode to find out how you may be creating your own chaos, that if it was learned you can unlearn it, and more with host Nicole Burgess LMFT and Soul Led Leadership Coach. For full show notes: https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep141 ******************************…
 
"So the nerdy neuroscience about the brain is that your brain can't distinguish between a real-time event or if you visualized it. But when you when you walk yourself mentally, emotionally, visually through those things, and you just see yourself doing them and being successful, that's the really key piece." Roger Kitchen, Mental Skills Coach We're…
 
In this week’s show Introvert myth of the week: Introverts don’t take risks. He says, risking complaint emails. Tip of the week: Rethinking office noise as you think about returning to the office. For details of the survey (Belojevic, Slepcevic, & Jakovljevic (2001) mentioned and more about noise, click here. A discussion with John Davis. John’s ba…
 
The terms introversion and extraversion, now cultural staples, originated with Jung and describe the overall direction of life energy. The widely used Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator (MBTI), now available online, is drawn directly from Jung’s theory of personality types. Although extraverts direct their energy outward, introverts direct their energ…
 
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