In this episode Jess and Phil talk about how to survive small talk.
In this episode, Jess & Phil tackle that most terrible of introvert problems: ordering take out.
Also: here’s the silly “are you an introvert or an extrovert based on your pizza order” quiz they talk about in the episode:
In this episode, Jess & Phil talk about the challenges of being in relationships, both with other introverts and with a gasp Extrovert! Also, an important announcement!
In this episode Jess and Phil talk about house guests, both being and hosting. Also, they share some horror stories about being guests, and also get hung up on the fact that some people don’t keep coffee in the house.
Jess just got back from performing her show in two cities, and so we sit down to talk about putting herself out there, and the challenges, difficulties and triumphs of pushing against your natural tendencies as an introvert.
Work. We all have to do it. Some workplaces are very social, and others more solitary. But at some point, you have to deal with other people, like coworkers or clients. In this episode, Phil and Jess try to find coping mechanisms for dealing with work.
In this episode, Jess has a problem: she’s getting married. That’s not the problem! The problem is that she hates being the centre of attention! And she’s not the only one! A lot of introvert’s break out in a cold sweat just thinking about a surprise party being thrown for them, or giving a speech. So, we went on a search for helpful hints on being the centre of attention.
Sometimes, the thought of going out several times a week to meet a new person, in a crowded cafe or restaurant, or even doing *shudder* activities is just too much. In this episode, Phil & Jess talk about how to navigate the dating world as an introvert.
If there is one word that makes an introvert’s blood run cold, more than parties, more than general small talk: its Networking. We’ve all been there. At a networking event that we have to go to, wondering why me?? In this episode, Jess & Phil try to find some ways to deal with Networking that aren’t don’t go.