The extroverted entrepreneurial stereotype never felt like me, as an introverted woman. Here’s my look back on how I ended up self-employed anyway, and how it worked out despite my initial blocks. You can listen in on this conversation in this podcast. I no longer think there’s an entrepreneurial personality
Listen in on this interview that includes: my career and self-employment path, introvert career clarity, burnout, superpowers, and self-employment for introverts.
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.
What it feels like 10 years in business as a self-employed coach. That flow feeling! Plus some key lessons. I didn’t know it would work in the beginning.
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.
Intuition has played a key role in my business decisions. I’m exploring how much intuitive decision making can be done in practical safe ways. Self-trust takes practice, and it’s worth cultivating. It can be so magical too. I share some magical stories here.
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.)
Some people think being a solopreneur means it’s all on your shoulders and that time off is a problem. Here’s how it CAN work to have time, and how I handle it.
Gratitude for my readers, subscribers, friends and clients. What a difference you make for me. Looking back on my 2nd year in business. It takes a lot to get things off the ground.