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Introvert Myths

In season 1 of The Introvert’s Bubble, I had an episode about misconceived and preconceived notions of what introverts are like. I thought I would add a couple more that have been popping up lately and I have found particularly strange. These connect to the ones I mentioned last season, but have been added to. They think it makes the sayings more true for some reason. An example: “you’re a woman…” or “you’re a minority,” so you must be blank. These are the type of things that make you go “huh?”

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When Sorry Isn't Enough

We all make mistakes. Some are big and some are small. Of course we should apologize whenever we make mistakes, but there are instances where “sorry” just isn’t enough. There are so many people that don’t know how to apologize the right way. We are automatically told, especially as little kids, to just say sorry all the time and it’s not that helpful when we don’t get shown why we need to.

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Introvert Role Models

There are role models for everything. Science, stand-up guys, smart independent women, great mothers, and the list could go on. We have some great introvert role models that I would like to share with you here. Introverts have talents as diverse as extroverts do. Being an introvert should not be a barrier to living a fulfilling life. They can do what they love and be good at it! 

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Every Little Thing Your Friends Say about You Adds Up

There are many different types of boundaries that you need to create in your life. We all know how we want to be treated and the truth is that we want to be treated well. There is one thing that doesn’t get talked about enough when it comes to boundaries though, and that is how we let people talk about us to other people. I’m mainly talking about how friends introduce you to others, if it’s not respectful or kind. For example, if they introduce you to other people as the difficult, picky, or bitchy friend. Sometimes our friends fight boundaries because they are new to them or are inconvenient.

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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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