An Action Plan for Dreamers is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we provide practical and actionable advice about what it takes to create the life you crave. It’s short enough to listen on your commute or coffee break and contains practical steps you can take to move closer to your dream life.
Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to Hell. ~ Criss Jamie
Today we’re talking about living as an introvert in an extrovert world. We discuss the different ways introverts and extroverts get their energy, the differences in how they approach conflict, and how we get along 24/7 as a couple with different approaches to the people around us. We share how we manage as an introvert (Betsy) and extrovert (Warren) couple and the advice which changed our perspectives completely.
We are joined on the show today by a thought leader in the area of life and leadership coaching for introverts, Beth Buelow. Beth is known as The Introvert Entrepreneur to a growing tribe of thousands of followers and fans. She is also a certified professional coach and a skilled interviewer, writer, facilitator and speaker. Beth is on a mission to empower introverts to understand, own and leverage their natural strengths.
Find out more about Beth and life as an introvert at TheIntrovertEntrepreneur.com.
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On next week’s show we’ll find out what the Refuge of Simplicity is and the unsexy tools that create a very sexy life. (Wow, I can’t wait for this one!)
Until next time, remember to take the first step and keep on moving.
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