Katherine is a writer, coach, speaker, and mentor who champions introverted and highly sensitive leaders to find their own way to shine in their life and business. After spending a lifetime feeling like there was something wrong with her for being quiet, she’s on a mission to make sure no quiet soul ever feels that way ever again. Named a ‘self help guru’ by Elle Magazine, Katherine is currently writing a book for introverted souls and has trained as a certified energy and soul medicine practitioner to best support her clients to understand themselves and make an impact in their own quiet way.
How To Decide Your Next Step In Business
Whether you’re an internal processor, an overthinker, or a little indecisive, it can be difficult to decide your next step. It might be a business decision, quitting your job, or a myriad of other micro decisions during the day, if you’re a more introverted type, there’s a good chance that you spend a lot of your energy just trying to work out what comes next.
Time For Business
**Updated episode - there was an issue with the original upload, please find the new version uploaded now! *** In this episode, I talk about 10 tips for finding motivation and energy for your business in the midst of lots of other things happening. Come and join us in the League of Extraordinary Introverts FB group to take part in the conversation!
3 Easy Steps To Connecting With Your People
In this episode, I'm sharing 3 easy, introvert-friendly steps to finding and connecting with your people to grow your business and find like minded friends!
I love this podcast
This podcast has come to be a favourite of mine. It is like gentle inspiration that immediately resonates with me. Thank you
Loved the latest episode where the host speaks so beautifully and honestly about her own journey. I’ve enjoyed all the pods but this one was special. Thank you for sharing!
Always inspiring and uplifting
An amazing guest list, beautiful host and so many nuggets of gold. The perfect podcast for an introverted female entrepreneur. Thank you Katherine!