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.
While at a women’s circle retreat, I discovered things about the power of community – what a spark for my courage, clearer thinking, and Joy! Like the magic of clicking into gear. So good. I explain what happened, and how you can find your own empowering circle.
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.
Inside story of how an introvert turned her love of writing into a successful business as a copywriter and content strategist for meaningful businesses.
I think you’ll find some good tips for your own journey, especially if you’re exploring self-employment and concerned about what it takes. (This is part of
Learn how this introvert and HSP turned her passion for the earth into a successful wellness business as an herbalist and apothecary. Interview with Hannah Jacobson-Hardy of Sweet Birch Herbals.
I think you’ll find some good tips for your own journey, especially if you’re exploring self-employment and concerned about what it
How does a mom of 4 create a successful and meaningful business? Jessika’s story is an inspiration for mompreneurs. She combines passion, determination, and action to make it work.
(I love learning and sharing these stories! This is part of a series of stories.)
The inside story of how an introvert has grown her coaching business on the side as a transition to full-time self-employment. Hanane is in the UK.
Learn how Catherine is growing a non-profit while leaning into her freelance work for income stability, and letting in support to make it all work.
Her non-profit, based in NYC, is about creating a more equitable on-ramp for STEM jobs through the power of mentoring. I find the program and
Behind the scenes look at how a sensitive introvert is growing her mission-driven, creative business with a sense of balance and sustainability. Renata is an Indigenous Mexican, now in California.
She offers graphic design, illustration, art, and coaching for sensitive intuitive women of color (BIWOC) who want to explore creativity