The inside story of how an introvert is growing her career coaching business on the side, as a transition to full-time self-employment. Hanane is from and lives 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 Catherine’s story inspiring, and instructional, so I’m sharing it with you too. I think you’ll find some good tips for your own journey.
(I love learning and sharing these stories! This is part of a series of stories.)
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 or creative business development.
Listen in on this interview that includes: my career and self-employment path, introvert career clarity, burnout, superpowers, and self-employment for introverts.
Behind the scenes look at how an introvert and highly sensitive person maintains her mission-driven career with a sense of balance and sustainability.
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.
I used to think I just needed to be more tough, push harder. Pushing myself a bit helped me grow courage, but then it also led to burnout. But then…
My story of how I ended up where I am today, making self-employment work by doing what aligns with my being introverted and highly sensitive, and my wanting to make a difference.
Sometimes seeing the news about floods, hurricanes, fires, and all manner of disasters can really get to me inside, even when it doesn’t directly affect