Latest Episodes

The Introvert’s Guide to…Creativity (with author Meghan Rogers)

In this episode, Jess and Phil are joined by author Meghan Rogers to talk about creativity and the introvert.

Meghan Rogers is a writer and an introvert living in the Philadelphia area. She’s the author of the young adult spy series, The Raven Files and the blogger behind createyourownreality.co where she blogs about a handful of topics including introvert life.

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The Introvert’s Guide to…Perfectionism

In this episode, Jess and Phil discuss the pitfalls of being a perfectionist and suggest ways that an introverted perfectionist can loosen up and let a little imperfection in.

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The Introvert’s Guide to…Defying Expectations

In this episode, Jess and Phil talk about the expectations that people have about what an introvert is capable of and defying those expectations.

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The Introvert’s Guide To…Zoom Fatigue

In the last 15 months, we’ve all found ourselves on more video meetings than ever before, and for a lot of introverts, these are more difficult to deal with than in-person meetings. In this episode, Jess and Phil talk about why these are more taxing, and what tips and tricks you can use to get through them.

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The Introvert’s Guide To…”Introvert Guilt”

In response to an email from a listener, Jess and Phil talk about dealing with the guilt that sometimes comes from deciding to miss out on an event, whether work or otherwise.

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The Introvert’s Guide to…Dealing with “Clingy” Relationships

In this episode, Jess and Phil discuss dealing with “clingy” relationships; those friends that demand more time you can give, or the romantic relationship that anxious or upset if they can’t be with you all the time.

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Hosts

Jess McAuley

Show Host

Jess McAuley is an introvert, playwright, actor, and producer. Originating from Niagara, Jess is preparing to tour her new solo show to Fringe Festivals in Ontario.

Phil Rickaby

Show Host

Phil Rickaby is an introvert, playwright, and performer, and the host of the Canadian theatre podcast: Stageworthy. Phil lives and works in Toronto.