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A bite-sized podcast about traveling while running a business and being an introvert. Not knowing what introversion was until my 30s, I feel that I wasted some of my early years by not really understanding myself. An inspiration for my business is that I want to help others understand themselves better, earlier on in their careers and their lives. Introversion is a very misunderstood area – introverts can suffer mentally and physically because people typecast them or act negatively towards t ...
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Certainly! Below is a comprehensive sequence of topics covered in the podcast episode "business owners are leaders," with sub-topic bullets under each primary topic: ### Introduction - Recognition of business owners' questions about senior leadership - Common misconceptions about leadership among business owners ### Defining Leadership for Business…
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Christine Reed is a thruhiker, trailrunner, vanlifer and author. She tours the country doing speaking engagements to promote women in the outdoors and her two books. Between those events, she recharges by running away into the woods for some alone time with nature. Social media links instagram and tiktok @ruggedoutdoorswoman Link to website www.rug…
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Certainly! Here’s a comprehensive sequence of topics covered in the transcript along with sub-topic bullets below each primary topic: ### 1. Importance of Public Speaking - Enhances work and career - Influences how people perceive you - Crucial for engaging and educating an audience ### 2. Knowing Your Audience - Tailoring your bio and message - Un…
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Sure, here's a comprehensive sequence of topics covered in the transcript, with sub-topic bullets below each primary topic: **Introduction** - Janice Chaka introduces the episode topic: daily habits that lead to success. - Emphasis on success being a gradual process built through regular habits. - Initial thoughts on what success looks like and how…
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Primary Topic: The Art of Conversation - Essential skills for engaging in meaningful conversations - Importance of learning conversation skills, especially in different social settings Sub-Topics: - Difficulties and awkwardness in conversations - Necessity of talking to people in various life stages Primary Topic: Building Connection and Communicat…
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Lindsey Dinneen has 10+ years of leadership experience in multiple areas of marketing and business across medtech, education, performing arts, fitness, start-ups, B2B services, hospitality, and event management. As a professional ballerina for over a decade, Lindsey founded and successfully ran a nonprofit professional dance company as well as a br…
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Primary Topic: Introduction to Stress Management Techniques - Importance of stress management for physical and mental well-being - Impact of stress on productivity and overall well-being Sub-Topic: Identifying Stress Triggers - Understanding and identifying the sources of stress at work - Examples of stress triggers such as heavy workload, difficul…
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Primary Topic: Introduction to Career Development - Understanding the need for navigation in career development - Acknowledging the unpredictability of career paths Primary Topic: Aligning Career with Lifestyle - Considering lifestyle preferences when planning a career path - Balancing work-life expectations and personal values - Avoiding common mi…
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Primary Topic: Vision in Leadership - The importance of having a vision as a leader - Leadership as guidance and inspiration towards a common goal Primary Topic: Essential Leadership Skills - Communication - Conveying ideas, thoughts, dreams, vision, and goals clearly and confidently - Being open to feedback and listening to other perspectives - Co…
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Primary Topic: Importance of Sleep - Different sleep needs for different individuals - Impact of sleep on body and brain - Factors affecting sleep patterns (medications, children, age, illness) - Recognizing the feeling of a restful, rejuvenating sleep - Dealing with the challenges of life and sleep deficits Primary Topic: Fluidity of Sleep Needs -…
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Primary Topic: Feeling Overlooked at Work - The disheartening feeling of not getting recognition for valuable contributions - Reasons for feeling overlooked - Importance of taking steps to raise visibility Primary Topic: Identifying and Leveraging Strengths - Self-reflection to identify unique skills and core competencies - Positioning oneself as a…
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Primary Topic: Dealing with Negative Thinking After Making a Mistake - Janice Chaka shares a personal incident where she thought she made a mistake, leading to negative self-talk. - Miscommunication and misinterpretation of events led to feelings of inadequacy. - Strategies to Stop Negative Thinking After Making a Mistake - Acknowledge the mistake …
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Primary Topic: Importance of Planning Your Week - Benefits of using Friday as a planning day - Reflect on past week's accomplishments and areas for improvement - Set clear goals and priorities for the upcoming week - Unwind and recharge over the weekend - Brain dump to start Monday with a clear head - Advantages of using Sunday as a planning day - …
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Women leaders who want to eliminate imposter syndrome leverage Stacy Brookman and her confident leadership coaching to clarify their power skills and confidently command their seat at the table. She’s a women’s leadership coach, a conference speaker, and the founder of Real Life Resilience. Take the What’s Your Leadership Kryptonite? Quiz: https://…
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Primary Topic: Importance of Balancing Work and Personal Life - Lewis Hamilton's Experience - Balancing work and personal interests - Benefits of pursuing other activities outside of work - Effect of Overwhelming Workload - Impact on creativity and thinking abilities - Need for diversity in activities to stimulate the mind - Productivity and Rest -…
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Primary Topic: Importance of Having a Support System Sub-topics: - Having a virtual support system, especially as an introvert - The benefits of having champions and a fan club in your corner - The power of social proof in career advancement - Building and maintaining reciprocal relationships for social proof - Being a champion for others and the s…
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Primary Topic: Understanding Habits - Definition of a habit - Components of a habit loop (cue, routine, reward) - Importance of understanding the habit cycle Primary Topic: Forming Positive Habits - Starting small and building on simplicity - Pairing new habits with existing ones - Utilizing the power of rewards - The impact of immediate gratificat…
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Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor offering therapy sessions for children, teens, and young adults. Focus on supporting children working through big feelings, adolescents navigating transitions, and emerging adults exploring identity. Helping those who feel stuck, misunderstood, or unheard find their voice and use it with confidence. Social …
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Primary Topic: Embracing Mindful Technology Use - Identifying the Reasons for Device Use - Information seeking - Connection - Habitual behavior - Setting Specific Times for Tech Usage - Establishing designated times for different types of tech - Implementing tech-free periods, e.g., no phones at dinner or turning off notifications in the evening - …
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Primary Topic: Decision Making and Confidence - The fundamental skill of decision making - The constant use of decision making in professional and personal lives - Understanding the significance of the decision - Questions to ask to understand the consequences of the decision - Investment of time and effort based on significance - Gathering relevan…
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Primary Topic: Challenges When Hard Work Is Not Enough - Frustration and its effects - The temptation to quit - Importance of reevaluation and review of goals and current strategies Primary Topic: Building Trusting Relationships and Community Support - The value of networking with successful people - Importance of creating trusting relationships wi…
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Primary Topic: Introduction to Self-Talk - Definition of self-talk - Importance of self-talk in shaping self-perception and confidence Primary Topic: Understanding Self-Talk - Nature of internal dialogue - Influence of self-talk on confidence and stress levels Primary Topic: Harnessing the Power of Self-Talk - Becoming aware of your inner voice - C…
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Esther Avant is a health industry veteran with over 17 years of experience in fitness, nutrition, and wellness related roles. She is a certified sports nutritionist, personal trainer, wellness coach, and owner of EA Coaching, which has provided full spectrum health & lifestyle coaching since 2015. Her mission is to help women be healthy, happy, con…
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Dani Nichols is a journalist, essayist and children’s book author. Her book, Buzz the Not-So-Brave, has won several awards. Her essays are also award-winning and she has been published in The Other Journal, Oregon Humanities, Reckon Review, Barren Magazine and more. When she's not writing, Dani works a certified therapeutic horsemanship instructor.…
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A former music teacher, I now find myself being a tech specialist and corporate trainer for a major insurance company. I have three amazing kids. I have been married for 15 years. I love music, sports and watching my kids be amazing. Social media links https://twitter.com/daveschultz74 https://www.facebook.com/minkyboodle/ Link to website https://d…
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Nital Phull, is a a Corporate Career Coach for female professionals who want to progress in their career, who have so much potential and provide heaps of value to their organisation - but are instead feeling stuck, undervalued and misunderstood. Social media links LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/nital-phull/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hi_it…
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Mark Wigginton understands the importance of asking quality questions and used them throughout his career as a salesperson, management consultant, trainer, and even as a jail counselor (that’s a long story). He recently retired as a Regional Vice President for Shipley Associates, a global leader in business development consulting and training. Duri…
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Benjamin Friedman has handled finance and operations for over 20 years, leading those roles in his last six positions before starting his own company, Build Scale Grow Inc., in 2018. The company helps founders address the fears of entrepreneurship and gaps in capacity, scale quickly, and grow exponentially. His companies have had five successful M&…
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Kellie Nissen is an author coach, editor and dragon boater with Dragons Abreast Canberra - Goanna. Canberra born, she still lives in Australia’s capital city, along with her husband, two teens and two pugs. Between work, writing, dragon boat training and pug duties, Kellie has no time to engage in any more conversations with cancer. Social media li…
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Andrea Putting is a passionate explorer on a quest to uncover the secrets of creating a better life. With a background that spans both entrepreneurship and the corporate world, she has gained unique insights into finding fulfilment and purpose. But what truly sets Andrea apart is her unexpected journey. It led to the creation of Chocolate and Coffe…
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Like his books, Adrian Santiago is made of a little bit of everything; The spice of the Caribbean Islands (BORICUA!); sharp edges from a childhood on the block in Buffalo, NY; some southern charm and a dose of crazy from the land of “Florida Man”; and a knack for drama born of comics punk rock music, and a love for stories. Welcome to Books By Adri…
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Maya Lombarts is a social introvert from Belgium. She's been living in a very extroverted culture in Cusco, Peru for seven years, where she's a professional singer, an operations manager, and a Functional Medicine Health Coach. Using her Belgian structured side and her Peruvian flexible side, she's a Left-Brained Sidekick for Creative Entrepreneurs…
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Stefan G. Bucher designs and produces high-end books for corporate and private clients. He has designed for Sting, Whitney Houston, Jason Bentley, David Hockney, Philip Glass, Judd Apatow, and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is an ADC Young Gun and has won a D&AD Yellow Pencil for book design. In addition to scores of books, he has created cus…
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She is the owner of Dirty Celebrity, a sustainable brand creates accessories from organic and deadstock materials. As an introvert, standing outside at a booth was not for me and so I created a way to reach people without overwhelming myself. I turned to social media as a way to reach others locally. Social media links @Dirty_celebrity -on X, Insta…
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I. Introduction - Importance of thriving through life's transitions II. Understanding the value of now - Being mindful and present - Focusing on the present moment - Letting go of multitasking - Finding humor in life's challenges III. Embracing change and transitions - Accepting change as a normal part of life - Adapting and shifting gears quickly …
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Primary topic: Introduction to human nature - Importance of understanding human nature for a happier and less stressful life - Humans as social beings and the need to interact with others Primary topic: Memory and perception - Memories can be subjective and reconstructed based on perceptions - Memories can be altered by tone or the addition of word…
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Primary Topic: The Power of Root Causes - Introduction to the concept of root causes and their connection to personal growth and success Sub-topics: - Explanation of how behaviors and actions are influenced by underlying factors - Importance of self-reflection and increased awareness in uncovering root causes - Identifying recurring patterns of beh…
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When his last son left home, Scott could finally decide what he wanted to do now that he had no responsibilities. He flew to Morocco. The next two years he went from Norway to Ukraine, from Ireland to Jordan and many places in-between. The U2 song: "Still haven't Found What I'm Looking for" comes to mind. After 7 years visiting SE Asia, Mexico, Cen…
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I have created The World Introvert Day Career Conversations Series. It is a collection of 12 podcast episodes, that explores the career paths of introverts, providing valuable insights and strategies for navigating different industries while managing energy effectively. This series will be released on Jan 1, 2 and 3.…
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Primary Topic: Dealing with a month where nothing is going right - Feeling overwhelmed and exhausted - Difficulty finding inspiration Primary Topic: Finding inspiration when things are not going right - Focus on gratitude - Difficulty in finding things to be grateful for - Recognizing that it's not a competition - Allowing yourself to feel emotions…
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Primary Topic: Thinking Like a Leader - Importance of training and experience to become a great leader - Understanding common qualities and behaviors of leaders - Effectively sharing your vision - Developing effective communication skills - Learning about human nature and how people communicate - Showing empathy for others - Listening more than you…
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Topic: Ways to top up your battery during the holiday season - Introduction to the holiday season and its impact on recharge levels - Changes in weather and their effects - Increased social activities and events - Importance of maintaining daily routines - Avoid unnecessary changes to routines - Incorporate important self-care activities like medit…
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Scot McKay has shared bad jokes with North Korean military officers, sipped coffee at Pablo Escobar’s home (served by his maid), survived a shark attack while surfing, held his breath as the pride of lions walked by his tent, and blitzed through California canyons with his knee on the double-yellow line at 140 mph. Yet somehow, he has also been ref…
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Topic: Dealing with People You Don't Like - Introduction to the topic - Acknowledging that it's normal to not like everyone - Importance of treating people with respect and humility Topic: Strategies for Dealing with People You Don't Like - Accepting that you won't like everyone - Letting go of the idea that everyone has to like you - Identifying s…
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Primary Topic: The concept of "done lists" as an alternative to-do lists - To-do lists - Negative impact of to-do lists - The never-ending nature of to-do lists - The lack of dopamine stimulation from to-do lists Primary Topic: The importance of recognizing and acknowledging accomplishments - The need to realize and appreciate what has been accompl…
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"The Holiday Season for Introverts: 'It is only September, and yet I'm planning how to get through the next sort of 4 month season, including January.'" — Janice Chaka [00:00:01 → 00:01:01] "The Festive Season: What does the festive season look like for you? Maybe you're working all the way through. I definitely had a job, previously, which I kind …
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Primary Topic: Lack of awareness about fire safety - Lack of familiarity with fire drills - Lack of knowledge about fire alarm sounds and protocols - Comparison of fire drills in school and corporate environments Primary Topic: Personal experience with a fire alarm - Awakening to a faint fire alarm sound - Uncertainty about the nature of the alarm …
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For over 25 years, Wayne Turmel has been obsessed with how people communicate (or don't) at work. He's the author of 15 books and has spoken at conferences and clients around the world. Link to website https://kevineikenberry.com/team/about-wayne-turmel/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wayneturmel/ "The Misconceptions of Introverts: 'Because …
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Primary Topic: Questions from Extroverts - Question: Do you feel like you're missing out on social activities? - Response: Depends on what social activities mean to the individual - Explanation: Social activities can vary from large group events to one-on-one interactions - Question: Are introverts just shy? - Response: Introverts can be shy, but s…
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