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Welcome to this Part 2 of my 2-part conversation with my guest, Gina Leslie. In today’s episode we chat about how Gina’s introversion plays a role in her leadership, her self-care, and her on-going discovery of her core identity. Whether you ar
Join me on this episode of Relational Introvert where I welcome my guest and fellow introvert, Gina Leslie. On the personal side, Gina is a daughter, sister, and a good friend. On the professional side, she is a leader in the Non-profit sector,
This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation with my guest, Caroline Joynson. In today’s episode we talk about the importance of sharing your story as part of your business or brand’s success and the lessons that Caroline herself has learned in the
Join me on this episode of Relational Introvert where I get a chance to chat with my guest, Caroline Joynson. Caroline is a PR Strategist and the founder of Cheerleader PR. In this episode, Caroline shares her experience as an introvert in an i
This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation with my guest, Jodi Krangle. This episode is all about the importance of being you. As Jodi shares, “I’m unapologetically me”, and the value this way of being adds to her career, clients, and life.
I had a different episode planned for today but needed to interrupt that schedule. Based on what’s going on right now, I ask you to do the same.
On this episode of Relational Introvert, I welcome my guest Jodi Krangle. Jodi is a voice actor and the host of the podcast Audio Branding: The Hidden Gem of Marketing. As an introvert in this industry, Jodi shares her experience and perspectiv
This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation with my guest, Tameka Peoples. Join us as we continue our look into an introvert’s quest in leading and creating social change within her community.
Description: This episode features my conversation with Tameka Peoples, an Air Force Veteran, CEO, and Founder of the non-profit, Peoples Foundation. Tameka is a driven leader and an “introvert at her core” – qualities which can seem at odds wi
This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation with my guest and long-time friend, Jeff Abraham. Join us as we continue our look into introverted leaders and some of the misconceptions around their quietness and confidence.
On this episode of Relational Introvert, I welcome my guest and long-time friend, Jeff Abraham, to join me in a conversation about introverted leaders. Being in the non-profit sector, Jeff brings his experience and insights from this lens. In t
We hear people being referred to as “natural” leaders. What does that mean? Who qualifies as a natural leader? Perhaps the answer is simpler than we think.
Whether we’re quiet or not, each of us has a story to share. The size of our audience doesn’t determine the value of our story. On this episode of Relational Introvert, I welcome my guest Andrea Sanchez, Executive Director of SparkStory, as we
The idea of prolonged distance from our loved ones is not an easy one. Especially because right now it seems indefinite. But what if we understood and experienced social distancing as a luxury, a privilege? For many millions around the world, t
Social distancing, while necessary for the current time, can easily lead to disconnection and even disregard for others, if we’re not careful. How do we ensure that social distancing doesn’t become emotional distancing?
On this episode of Relational Introvert, I welcome my very first guest, Benjamin Warsinske, CEO of BrandedWorld, Inc. We discuss how, in 2020, creativity is one of the key, sought-after skills. And play is the missing ingredient to cultivate th
Some of us prescribe to “think before you act”. Others favor more of a “act now and ask for forgiveness later” approach. What’s the winning formula?
Influence is something we all have.  Yes, even the “quiet ones”. It shows up in all our relationships. But when does it add value and when is it manipulation? And what about approach? Is there a “best” way?
Integrity is as simple as doing what we said we would do. That we walk the talk. And who doesn’t want to be a person of integrity? Or be around people like that? Yet, we encounter lack of integrity all the time. Why is that?
We do our best to present things as they are. It’s something we’ve been taught to do ever since we were children – tell the truth. But how often do we tell the truth about ourselves?
We all have a desire to build connections. It’s very much a shared human experience. An experience with different approaches and intensities. But what does it mean to build connections? Is it the same as gaining followers?
Doubt is a human condition. Not unique to introverts. Are there introversion tendencies that make us more prone to doubt? Or perhaps tendencies that give us an edge in tackling it? And where does gratitude fit into all this?
Many introverts feel compelled to camouflage themselves as extroverts. Why is that? Listen in to find out more.
Relational vs. reclusive.  Inviting the notion that introverts may just be "people people" - with a different twist.  Learn the “What” and “Why” behind the Relational Introvert… and why you’ll want to keep listening.
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