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A show for gentle souls who are ready to shine. INFP Enneagram 9s are reserved yet passionate dreamers and creative thinkers who often put the needs of others first. That doesn’t mean we don’t have our own ambitions and desires. To achieve them, we must become more visible. In this experimental audio diary, host Sarah Mikutel stretches out of her comfort zone to work through what it takes to step out of the shadows and into the spotlight.

INFP Thrive for Enneagram 9s Sarah Mikutel

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A show for gentle souls who are ready to shine. INFP Enneagram 9s are reserved yet passionate dreamers and creative thinkers who often put the needs of others first. That doesn’t mean we don’t have our own ambitions and desires. To achieve them, we must become more visible. In this experimental audio diary, host Sarah Mikutel stretches out of her comfort zone to work through what it takes to step out of the shadows and into the spotlight.

    You Matter. Your Voice Matters.

    You Matter. Your Voice Matters.

    Do you feel like you matter?



    When I first learned about the Enneagram, I resonated with almost everything there was to say about 9s, except the idea that we think we're not important, that we don't matter.



    "That doesn't resonate with me. Of course I matter," I thought. 



    But this weekend I've been reflecting on how I've actually lived my life and had some real moments of clarity that might help you, too.



    Xo Sarah Mikutel

    sarahmikutel.com

    postcardacademy.co

    @sarahmikutel


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    • 7 Min.
    Growth Mindset and the Power of Yet for INFP Enneagram 9s

    Growth Mindset and the Power of Yet for INFP Enneagram 9s

    Last year around this time, I went to the beach with my mom. She was flipping through Real Simple magazine, which is our favorite beach read, and one of the articles posed this question:



    “What book has had the greatest impact on your life?”



    I immediately knew that the book that changed my life the most was Mindset by Carol Dweck, who is a psychologist, Stamford professor, and one of the world's leading researchers on motivation.



    You heard me reference this book in the last episode.



    Mindset is all about the power of believing that we can improve and the foundation of this book is that we all have either a growth mindset or a fixed mindset.



    People with a growth mindset love to learn. They’re up for a challenge and know they’ll get better at something the more they work at it. They like to stretch themselves and experience new things and are open to feedback.



    People with a fixed mindset think they’re born with certain abilities. They don’t want to try new things because they worry they won’t be good at them. They’re afraid to fail or that people will judge them.



    Most of us have a fixed mindset! I know I did before reading this book.



    But here’s the thing…you can actually change your mindset and become more open to growth and trying new things.



    This is such an important message that I want to share Carol Dweck’s short Ted Talk from 2014. I hope you enjoy it.



    Xo Sarah



    I’m Sarah Mikutel, a fellow INFP Enneagram 9. Wanna know a little more about me?



    I am the founder of Podcast Launch Academy and host of two other podcasts: the Postcard Academy travel podcast, which features women, like me, who packed up everything to start a new adventure in another part of the world, and Podcasting Step by Step, which teaches people how to build their brand and business, connect to their community, and increase their impact through the magic of podcasting.



    Connect with me at sarahmikutel.com or find me on Instagram @sarahmikutel


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    • 12 Min.
    Find Your Focus: How to Add More Peaceful Productivity to Your Life

    Find Your Focus: How to Add More Peaceful Productivity to Your Life

    Are you having a hard time getting things done?



    Maybe you’re a daydreamer. Maybe something is going on with your family. Maybe you’re devastated at the state of the world. Maybe you’re happy and hopeful and jumping around from thing to thing because you’re so excited. Maybe you have ADHD like today’s guest.



    I’m speaking with my friend Emily Prokop, podcast editor, host of the Story Behind, and co-host of the Hate to Weight podcast.



    Emily and I have a lot in common, including being recovering research-obsessed perfectionists. That doesn’t mean we’re natural planners. We definitely fall in the daydreamer category. That doesn’t mean we don’t have big goals we want to accomplish.



    Lack of focus doesn’t mean lack of ambition or lack of interest.



    Today, Emily and I are sharing our favorite routines and resources to make your day more peacefully productive. We recorded this a few months ago, but the tools and tips we share are timeless. Enjoy.



    More about your host, Sarah Mikutel

    sarahmikutel.com

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    • 42 Min.
    Let Future You Take Care of It

    Let Future You Take Care of It

    Are you overthinking something right now and can’t seem to move forward? 



    I have a simple yet very powerful mindset mantra that will get you moving in the right direction: "Let Future You take care of it."



    Whoah! So simple yet such a powerful mindset shift. 



    I heard this idea from one of my online business mentors, Elizabeth Goddard. Here's what she means by 'let future you take care of it': Have faith that Future You will have the experience and the context to make the right decisions.



    So often we tie ourselves in knots about whether we should try this or that. Should I start a podcast? Should I move to Paris?



    But Present You can't know the answers because you don't have the experience of trying yet.



    The job of Present You is to try, experiment, and play. To take action on something now and let Future You decide if it's working, if you love it, or if you want to try something else.



    Future You has more information and, therefore, more answers. Yes, Present You will help out Future You by putting in effort and doing the work. But save your worries and ‘what ifs’ for Future You to figure out.



    The job for Present You is to make a decision and take the next step.



    So what's your next step? What are you excited about and what's one thing you can do to move it forward? 



    Xo Sarah

    sarahmikutel.com


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    • 6 Min.
    Are You Choosing Alive Time or Dead Time?

    Are You Choosing Alive Time or Dead Time?

    Over the last few weeks, I’ve been walking around coastal England and marveling at how nature just keeps going.

    The tulips here are so red and lush and full of life. The birds are singing, the sun is shining, the waves keep crashing as they always do.

    They don’t pause when there's a pandemic or when there's any other type of crisis in the world.

    We can learn from them.

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    • 15 Min.
    How to Make Faster Decisions as an INFP 9

    How to Make Faster Decisions as an INFP 9

    Do you ever feel like you're a workaholic who never gets anything done? I felt like this for so long.



    When I started my own business, I really, really struggled with moving forward and taking action. I got stuck in rabbit holes and analysis paralysis and spent so many days and nights, including weekends when I could have been seeing my friends, staying home because I had to work.



    But then I would look at the clock. The entire day had passed and I couldn't point to anything that I had done that was super productive. And yet I felt burned out and like I had been working the whole time.  I thought, okay, I know what the problem is, but I don't know how to pull myself out of this.



    And that's when I really started to explore productivity. I watched a TED talk called How to Gain Control of Your Free Time by Laura Vanderkam, a time management expert. And I thought, wow, this woman really knows what she's talking about. Then I read her her book 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think and I learned something that helped me save time by making decisions much faster.



    I interviewed Laura recently for my other podcasts, and today's episode is a clip from that conversation. We discuss maximizers and satisficers, the part of her book that I found so life-changing. Take a listen and let me know if you’re a maximizer or satisficer. Find me @sarahmikutel



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    I’m Sarah Mikutel, a fellow INFP Enneagram 9. This podcast is an artistic experiment that I’m using to stretch out of my comfort zone. It’s an audio diary of sorts and maybe it can help you, as well.

    I am the founder of Podcast Launch Academy and host of two other podcasts: the Postcard Academy travel podcast, which features women, like me, who packed up everything to start a new adventure in another part of the world, and Podcasting Step by Step, which teaches people how to build their brand and business, connect to their community, and increase their impact through the magic of podcasting.

    Connect with me at sarahmikutel.com or find me on Instagram @sarahmikutel


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    • 9 Min.

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