A lot of business advice is geared for extroverts, and sensitive introverts can feel like misfits. Here’s my short story of making it work, as a sensitive introvert myself.
Introverts and HSPs
Extrovert-dominant cultures have defined fun too narrowly, as if only the loud things count as fun. Introverts and HSPs can have a different definition of fun. Your permission slip.
Includes career profiles of introverts and HSPs like you, and famous introverts who made a huge impact. Role models of balancing meaning, money, and energy needs.
My review of the 2023 book, Sensitive, and what happened at a book discussion with other HSPs. I also define high sensitivity here. It’s so misunderstood.
The ultimate list of good careers for HSPs and introverts — PLUS how to access a list of custom career or business ideas for YOU.
You hear about side hustles or that you have to hustle to make it as an entrepreneur. It can be a turn off for introverts and HSPs. Hustle is NOT required. Here’s why the hustle idea is harmful, and what works better.
I explain my black swan logo as a
Missing the easier path reminded me of how we keep using a stressful path in our career and business. The easier way is often right there.
Perfectionism is not a trait. We can break free. Some facts and stories here. Plus: why introverts and highly sensitive people (HSPs) are more prone to perfectionism.
The “mother of the modern environmentalist movement,” Rachel Carson, was an introvert. I believe it was her introverted personality that made it possible for her to spark a movement. I find her story fascinating. I’m excited to share it with you.
Inside story of how an introvert and HSP is making it work as an artist and massage therapist combined. Making a living, by living their purpose in multiple ways.