Does it seem impossible to do meaningful work, make a living, and have a sense of balance too? Here’s an inspiring story of an introvert, Ruby Maddox, so you can picture it.
When I was so hungry for change before I could see the next door open, it was not comfortable, to say the least. Here are 3 key things that made the difference.
I believe good meaningful work is possible without burnout or overwhelm. But how, when it seems so hard to do? I’ll explain.
I was interviewed last month about my work. It was a fun conversation. You can watch our intimate conversation here. We got into a lot
Sensitive souls like introverts and HSPs have a role to play in in this messy world. We’re not here to wither. We’re here to help. Here’s how to make it easier.
It’s not as hard as you think. And it’s harder than you think. Here’s a realistic look at the inside of self-employment, and some inspiration. This includes some of my own story. More people can handle it than they think. Introverts too. Imperfection allowed.
[Updated 8/2022] Introverts, highly sensitive people (HSPs), and other sensitive souls can thrive in the right jobs and environments. Here’s what we need and specific career ideas. There’s hope.
When I was first working for myself, I thought I was losing my mind! It was so hard to focus. I discovered why + how to solve it. (Hint: introverted solopreneurs need co-workers too.)