The Introvert Coach: Interview with Winnie

I had Winnie Anderson, from the Courageous Entrepreneur Show podcast, as a guest. Her podcast helps entrepreneurs get past doubt, to create success. She is also a coach that helps introverts. We had talked together in a group of other female entrepreneurs and found out we had things in common. The most important thing we had in common was that we both help introverts and each have a podcast.

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How to Work on that Feeling of Not Being Enough

There are too many of us who believe that we are not enough. It could be from things we were told, what we heard in passing, society’s influence, or just things about us in general. It wouldn’t be right for me to talk about creating boundaries, being authentic, and bettering your life on the inside, if I didn’t talk about how to work on the foundation. Without feeling like you’re enough, or having a sense of self-worth, the rest of it doesn’t make a big difference.

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How to Actually Talk About Yourself to Strangers

Oh, small talk! Sorry, but there are times when we can’t avoid it. In episode 11, I spoke about tips and tricks for avoiding people. However, sometimes we just can’t. We have to go out into the world and there will be people who love to talk to us. In the spirit of giving and making things easier for you, I’m going to give you some tips and tricks on how to actually talk to people about yourself and talk to strangers.

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Dogs are an Introvert's Best Friend

I’m not gonna lie, I love dogs. Anybody who knows me knows that I talk about them all the time and am easily distracted by them. I even ignore people and pay attention to the dogs. They are a passion for me. They’re always happy to see you and don’t require a lot of talking. They will lounge around with you, but also get you up and moving to take them outside.

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No Emotion is Good or Bad

We’ve all been told at one point or another that girls shouldn’t get angry or be irritated. We’re told that the other person wasn’t trying to be mean, or that people came to see us and we should be happy about it. That always made me want to scream when I was younger! I don’t understand why people want to control others’ emotions. Why is it “bad” to feel any other emotions that isn’t happy? I’m tired of the “everything needs to be good, we can’t have anything bad” ideal. We should be able to feel however we feel.

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