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Updated December 2019
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The E9 Podcast is our attempt to use Enneagram language to listen to the stories of people who are not like us. We want to learn from them and gain their perspective on life. And maybe, through a shared language, we can explore together the shared humanity that goes deeper than our differences.
 
The Creative Introvert Podcast is the podcast for creatives, makers, artists and entrepreneurs who prefer to work solo. Cat Rose digs deep into the struggles creative introverts face and provides you with actionable tips every week. Topics tackled include: battling fear, increasing confidence, self-promotion without feeling sleazy, and overcoming procrastination.
 
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According to today's podcast guest, being single does not mean being broken, lonely, or desperate. And whether or not you already knew that, it can feel like society at large is sending us another message. I rarely talk about matters of relationships on the podcast - mostly because I'm certainly no expert there - but I've been eager to broach t ...…
 
Everything we've experienced to this point plays a part in our overall story. And they don't all have to flow together neatly into some overused Heroes Journey (though, it is overused for a reason, I'll grant you.) The story I most often tell is how I left my job. I use this to illustrate how vital it was for me when I finally started paying at ...…
 
Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lauren Sapala, author, blogger, and writing coach. I’ve been following Lauren for quite some time now on the Intro-Twittersphere and have found her to be a fount of advice on writing, marketing your writing and doing it all as a highly sensitive, creative introvert. After reading her book Firefly Mag ...…
 
Long before I started the Creative Introvert I had come across the term creative block. It was probably at art college I first had a taste of it. The solution? Didn’t seem to exist. It wasn’t the kind of question I even considered asking my lecturers about. Over the years I’ve got to know creative block even more intimately, and whilst I’m sure ...…
 
Today I have arguably the most controversial guest I’ve had on the show (don’t worry it’s no one political) and I say controversial because of his take on introversion. And it’s not just any old take on introversion: today’s guest is a lot more qualified than I am or many other professional online introverts are to talk about this stuff: Scott ...…
 
I’ve just completed Stoic Week! What the heck is Stoic Week you ask? It’s an online event in which people from all over the world attempt to live like a Stoic for seven days. It’s run every year by the Modern Stoic and basically provides a framework for everyone to join in with, for free, for one week. I have another podcast that dives much dee ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest is someone I have a scary amount in common with and is someone I first spoke to over two years ago, and I’m so glad we’ve kept in touch. Victoria or VK is a true multipassionate, multitalented entrepreneur. She’s an excellent writer, and her purpose is to provide insight + support that cultivates your curiosity + confidenc ...…
 
Today I’d like to talk to you about WFHing - ok, translation: working from home. This is something I’ve been doing since 2013 and it’s given me an incredible amount of freedom I wouldn’t trade for the world. I can pick when I work, for the most part, where I work: as long as I have wifi - and how I work. For many introverts, particularly those ...…
 
Today's podcast guest is a writer, introvert blogger, a self-taught marketer… and a life-long learner. He also claims that his bio changes about as frequently as he eats Nando’s chicken... so I guess this could be different by the time I publish our chat! Jas is also an INFP, an HSP (which we'll be discussing in depth on today's show) and a mul ...…
 
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but introverts tend to have a lower tolerance for crappy conversations than our extrovert counterparts. We despise small talk. I mean, I’m sure extroverts don’t love it either, but there do seem to be extra aversions introverts have around shallow conversation, to the point where some of us just won’t say anythin ...…
 
Today's podcast guest a licensed psychotherapist, who has helped hundreds of women, children, parents and teen girls overcome anxiety, be more connected in their relationships, increase self-awareness, and regain trust in their own inner wisdom. Now, Nicole Burgess helps introverted, high achieving, and/or highly sensitive women be exactly who ...…
 
Today I want to talk to you about… decision making. Whether it’s deciding what flavour of ice cream you want to what you want to study at college or uni to deciding whether or not you want to leave your job or partner – decision making is really bloody hard! Part of my wonders whether introverts in particular struggle with decision making, part ...…
 
Today's podcast guest is someone I really admire, because she's an introvert who has actually made video her friend, and rocks on camera. Amazing, I know. Tors Grantham started her training in television broadcasting over two decades ago. She's helped create programmes that run the gamut from home improvement to the Six Nations (Rugby) commerci ...…
 
This is a bit of a controversial one because I talk so much about introversion and shaping your life to your personality and preferences, which I’m still all for. I do believe we can make better decisions based on what we know about ourselves, what we tend to behave like what we prefer, where we shine and so on. However, I’m also sorely aware o ...…
 
Today's podcast guest is someone who has been on my radar for quite some time in the online social media space - and not just because she used to work for the band Megadeth. Cara Chace is the CEO of Chace Digital, a Pinterest marketing agency, and the Founder of Pinterest PowerUp, the first Pinterest marketing membership community designed for ...…
 
At the time of recording this episode, it’s the end of the summer in the Northern Hemisphere and I’m feeling the urge to take stock of the last few months and review the progress I’ve made and basically prepare myself for moving forward into my second favourite season of the year, Autumn (or Fall, if you’re that way inclined.) For the record: m ...…
 
I’ve gotten to the point where I’m a bit burned out on reading books about creativity, how to be more creative - there are lots of them, and not many of them are worth dipping into other than to procrastinate on doing actual creative work. But when I heard about today’s guest, Marc Silber’s book, Create: Tools From Seriously Talented People to ...…
 
If you’re someone who has told yourself you’re not wired for marketing, not made for talking to the masses about what you do and think of yourself as a walking disaster when it comes to selling… you’re not alone. I’ll be the first to admit, as a hardcore introvert: many of the tactics and skills preached by typical marketing and sales ‘gurus’ r ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest is a return guest, someone who I always love chatting to and catching up with, Sarah Santacroce. On today’s episode, we’re discussing: What’s wrong with the current marketing paradigm Why introverts struggle so much with marketing How introverts can reduce their anxiety around marketing, and market in a way that feels good ...…
 
OK so two weeks ago I gave you my foolproof sleep routine, which I hope was helpful if you have been struggling with sleep and tried any of those tips out. Or you listened to the show and fell asleep, which I will also take credit for. Today I thought I’d provide a little bookend to our sleep chat, with some ideas I have about morning routines. ...…
 
When I first came across today's guest, I knew immediately I had to have her on the podcast. She's managed to combine two of my greatest obsessions: personality typology AND marketing. And even though she's an extrovert, Brit Kolo is most definitely on my wavelength - and I think you'll agree when you hear our chat today. We cover: Why some mar ...…
 
Sleep is arguably a topic that already has enough coverage. I mean, you probably don’t need another person telling you you should be getting more sleep or giving you random advice for sleeping better. But… I’m kind of going to do it anyway. My reason being is that if I can share one tip on this podcast with one person that helps them get a bett ...…
 
Todays guest is kind of a big deal. And not just because she’s a New York Times best selling author, or because she was voted as one of the Guardian’s Top 100 Creative Professionals of the Year or any of her other awards and accolades – Joanna Penn is a big freakin deal because it was her podcast – the Creative Penn – that was responsible for m ...…
 
I know I'm not the only one who has ever found themselves in a creative funk. You know, being in a state of uncertainty, confusion, overwhelm, apathy… whatever the flavour a funk takes, I can for sure attest that isn’t pleasant. In addition to making daily life a grind, they make doing creative work hard or nearly impossible. Note that this pod ...…
 
Oh boy do I have a show for you today. I’m actually a bit nervous about airing this one, purely because it’s quite revealing about my current belief system and if you haven’t heard me chat about this stuff before, and you happen to be particularly skeptical of such things, then… I don’t blame you if you want to stop listening. But on the off ch ...…
 
I’m a SUCKER for a plan. Personally, I find the creation of a plan both very soothing on times of stress and overwhelm, AND exciting in times of apathy or boredom. A good plan gives you direction, motivation and a structure that ultimately can make your life exponentially easier and more rewarding. And let’s get real: it’s half-way through the ...…
 
In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert podcast I talk to Pete Mosley, author of one of my favourite books: The Art of Shouting Quietly who helps people in running a business creatively, how to find and build relationships with customers and how to tell a great story about your work. POWERED BY PATREON This podcast is made possible onl ...…
 
I wanted to share with you my ultimate list of books for creative introverts, the ones that have genuinely changed my life (for the better!) and the ones I point to over and over again, when anyone ever asks me for recommendations. POWERED BY PATREON This podcast is made possible only by means of my generous supporters on Patreon. Thank you! Su ...…
 
Paula Mould is an author, artist, teacher and entrepreneur who's life's goal is to help creatives connect with themselves, their craft and earn a good living from their work. Her first book, Wake The F*ck Up!, was designed to light the creative fire in women who hit their early 40s, look around at their lives and wonder if this is all there is. ...…
 
Burnout is a topic I've been meaning to cover for some time on the Creative Introvert podcast, but I've been slightly cautious about it because I wanted to make sure I don't in any way glamorise it. This is something I've seen hints of in the online business world, with the entrepreneurs, infopreneurs or whatever-preneurs they want to call them ...…
 
On today’s podcast I have two for the price of one! I have an amazing duo on, Dörte and Georgie of Social Pow Wow. Georgie has worked in digital marketing since 2012 with a variety of clients including artists, interior designers, and lots of ethical and sustainable brands. Dörte is co-owner and manager of an online business called Lewes Map St ...…
 
"One genuine relationship is worth a fistful of business cards." ~ Susan Cain Today's podcast is all about... Networking. Or, more accurately: connection. I share my thoughts on how to network if you're an introvert, the four steps to genuine connection (online and offline methods included) as well as what to do with the connections you make. L ...…
 
In this episode of the Creative Introvert podcast we have fellow Cat, fellow ginger and fellow INTJ: Cat Paterson. Business strategist extraordinaire, Cat has a super interesting background, which includes heading up intelligence analysis for a covert agency… and it makes total sense as to why she’s a personality profiling geek, like me. Apolog ...…
 
The biggest challenge the creative introverts face when it comes to marketing their work is… Fear of coming across as sleazy or gross or inauthentic. Yep. That’s the number one obstacle. Not things like figuring out Facebook or Instagram, not worrying about paid advertising or email campaigns, not even having not enough time, though that is up ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest, Morgan Stapp is the chief brand strategist at Specht + Co. She specialises in helping businesses communicate their message. We talk about her experience in starting to work for herself, how to handle being an introvert when going to conferences (something I also dived into in depth on the 99th episode) and why she decided ...…
 
Today I’m celebrating my 100th episode of the Creative Introvert Podcast! Technically, I’ve recorded many more shows – nearly 50 ‘Year of Fun’ minisodes, plus two 10 episode series, one on Self-Knowledge and one on the Enneagram. I know every podcaster who hits an arbitrary number with some 0’s on the end says this, but I really am surprised I’ ...…
 
Let’s imagine your industry’s biggest conference is coming up. Three days of back-to-back presentations, workshops and panels, with endless opportunities to network, pitch influential people and evenings spent keeping the party going… If you’re an introvert, this may sound about as appealing as a punch in the ribs. Unfortunately, conferences ar ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest is someone I've wanted the chance to speak to even before I considered starting a podcast. Mark McGuinness of lateraction.com I think is best introduced through the words of another of my favourite authors and creativity mentors, Steven Pressfield. Here's what Steven says about Mark: "Mark McGuinness is a rare cat - part p ...…
 
I remember clearly being called ‘shy’ as a child. Sometimes ‘quiet.’ I despised the latter more. At least with ‘shy’ it felt like a virus I had caught. Being called ‘quiet’ suggested I had nothing to say. But I had lots to say, just not out loud. Either way, I knew that they weren’t terms of endearment. Slowly but surely, I learned ways to cove ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest always knew she was an introvert but didn’t start living boldly, embracing her introversion until she read Quiet by Susan Cain. Ultimately, this book changed Natalie’s life, giving her a new sense of confidence and pride in her quiet nature. She founded Quietly Ambitious in 2015 and since then has been using her online pla ...…
 
What a weird phrase. “I’m in my element.” It just popped into my head the other day (coincidentally, I was weeding) and before long I was writing this podcast in my head. What does it mean to be in your element? According to Cambridge dictionary, the expression means: “to be happy because you are doing what you like or can do best.” Sounds good ...…
 
We talk with Steven's friend Lindsay (Flick) Roan being a 1, handling the internal critic, LGBTQ issues in ministry, her work in healing religious trauma, and the value of strong convictions. It's a great conversation, but you can expect that from us by now, right? :) Pardon the poorer sound quality - this was our first time recording long-dist ...…
 
Oh boy was this a treat for me. And I reckon it’ll be a treat for you too because today’s guest can only be described as a Superhero in the world of feel-good marketing. Yeah. That’s a thing. And when you hear Tad Hargrave from Marketing for Hippies talk about finding your niche, building a reputation and communicating what you do… I think he c ...…
 
I was recently asked the question: what would I do differently in my business if I could go back in time five years? The answer is... I regret nothing! Er... but another, more useful answer, is... I would know more. I would know certain things like what to invest my time, money and patience in. I would know what to say yes to, what to say no to ...…
 
I’ve hesitated to talk about this partly because I don’t like to dwell on my own sob stories unless I think I can be helpful, and up till now, I don’t think I’ve been confident I can do that with anxiety. The other reason is my own… denial. Denial that I could be feeling anything less than perky and enthusiastic, and denying that to myself let ...…
 
Today I'm rather excited to share a conversation with someone who is a bit of an idol of mine, a coach to creative misfits, a maven maker and all round bad ass business woman: Ebonie Allard. I've basically been in awe of Ebonie since I saw her speak at an event in Brighton, I also had to have her speak at my first ever live event back in 2017 a ...…
 
What is an introvert-friendly marketing strategy? Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? Kind of! I’ve been dancing around even talking directly about marketing on this podcast for a while, because I know the response so many of us creatives - especially of the introvert variety - kind of loathe the word. We don’t want to think about marketing - ...…
 
Vanessa's mission is to help organisations create a culture in which people, in all their uniqueness and diversity, can be known, feel valued, and thrive. She recently published her book, Shaping Workplace Culture: A Practical Guide - a must-read for introverts and extroverts alike. Connect with Vanessa: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Website If you ...…
 
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