****Proud to be named as one of the “Top 25 Business Podcasts for Entrepreneurs” by Entrepreneur.com (Dec 2014) and featured in the “Inspiring Women’s Voices” category on iTunes (March 2015).****
This show is a lively space for conversation, learning and sharing. Through interviews and discussions, we’ll talk about business and life from an introvert perspective, providing resources, advice and inspiration. Show topics fall into four general categories:
* Entrepreneurship: self-promotion and networking; productivity; defining success; moving through fear, uncertainty and doubt; creating focus and intention; finding your voice; and goal setting
* Leadership: living your vision and values; showing up with authenticity; being a leader among your peers; communication; and courage
* Relationships: partnerships and collaboration; forming support networks; and balancing your time and energy between your family, your business and yourself
* Personal Growth: self-confidence; self-talk; tapping in to personal power; managing your energy; taking care of yourself and all of your parts, including the physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and creative
Ep172: Endings and Beginnings [Blogcast]
Endings and Beginnings: It’s been a great 8 ½ year run, and I’ve made the difficult decision to come to completion with the show. Rather than have a final interview with someone – I mean, who wants to be your last guest?! – I’m going to share with you some of the story of how I arrived at this point and what comes next. My hope is that you join with me on that “what’s next” part of the journey, and in hearing my story, it supports you and provides some food for thought about any pivots you have going on in your life.
Ep171: Katie Rasoul on Revealing Your Hidden Brilliance
Katie Rasoul, author of "Hidden Brilliance," shares lessons learned from being an introvert outlier and gives us tips for becoming more resilient.
Full episode information at www.theintrovertentreprener.com/podcast
Ep170: Craig Shepard on Stillness, Music, and Challenging Assumptions
Composer Craig Shepard finds innovative ways to bring our attention to the ordinary through music and stillness. We discuss releasing assumptions and embracing mindfulness. as well as how to build trust through small gestures.
Full show information is at theintrovertentrepreneur.com/podcast
Ep169: Tracy Guillet on Fully Embracing Your Introversion
Tracy Guillet, founder of Quiet Pathways, is a clinical social worker who specializes in working with introverts. She shares insights about aligning your life with your introvert preferences, as well as how our early experiences shape our understanding of who we are.
Full episode notes at theintrovertentrepreneur.com/podcast
Ep168: Morra Aarons-Mele on Introversion, Anxiety, and Hiding in the Bathroom
My conversation about Introversion, anxiety, and entrepreneurship with Morra Aarons-Mele, author of "Hiding in the Bathroom: How to Get Out There (When You'd Rather Stay Home)."
For more information about Morra, visit TheIntrovertEntrepreneur.com/podcast
Ep167: You're Only 30 Seconds Away From a Happier Life (Blogcast)
We spend a lot of time and energy chasing "happiness," not realizing that it's within our reach every single day. There's a simple habit you can cultivate that helps the good stuff stick while putting the bad stuff in perspective.
This episode is a blogcast, which is an audio version of my latest blog post. You can find the text version at www.theintrovertentrepreneur.com
As an introvert this podcast really helped me recognize that there are things about myself I cant change. Highly recommend this podcast! So informative and helpful in understanding how to be productive while being introverted.
Long time listener & fan
When I first came across The Introvert Entrepreneur I felt like I'd come home. Listening to this show is like reading a good book. As both an introvert and an entrepreneur, I appreciate a podcast dedicated to special tribe. Thanks Beth for all you do.
The quality of the show’s production makes listening a joy. The content is carefully and thoughtfully compiled and shared for easy listening and comprehension. Thank you for your podcast and your book.