Joanna Penn on Collaborating with Creative Introverts

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By Cat Rose and Cat Rose: The Creative Introvert. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

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 me entertaining the idea that one day, may be I too could have a podcast.

What we discussed:
  • Has introversion helped/hindered Joanna’s career
  • Using ‘introvert’ as a verb rather than a noun/label
  • Tips for working on a creative project as an introvert
  • Collaboration for creative introverts
  • Tips for surviving multi-day conferences
  • Advice for marketing ourselves vs. others
  • Do men find it easier to promote themselves
  • The ‘Vanilla Goth’
  • When to pivot and when to stick with something
  • Advice for goal setting and achieving big dreams
Links Mentioned: INFJ and writers Personalitee T-Shirts Your Creative Type Quiz Quiet – Susan Cain Ambivert Beth Buelow – Introvert Entrepreneur J. Thorn episode of the Creative Introvert Risen Gods – the collaborative novel The Introverts Guide to Saying No The Confidence Code – Katty K Career Change – Joanna Penn Deep Work – Cal Newport Isaac Asimov How To Market A Book – Joanna Penn Author 2.0 Blueprint POWERED BY PATREON

This podcast is made possible only by means of my generous supporters on Patreon. Thank you! Supporting the Creative Introvert podcast also gets you lots of goodies, from a Monthly Ask Me Anything to a copy of my new BOOK, The Creative Introvert: How to Build a Business You Love on Your Terms. Hitting milestones also funds future projects, and ideas guided by you, my supporters.

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