In this episode, Jess and Phil dig into that phrase that so many introverts hear, “You’re so quiet” and try to dig into the truth behind that idea about introverts.
In this episode, Jess and Phil talk about finding themselves in leadership roles, what makes a good leader, and how introverts (contrary to some) make great leaders.
In this episode, Jess and Phil respond to a letter from a listener, and dive into how an introvert can feed their relationships, both with friends and partners.
Sometimes it is necessary to break up with a friend. This can be a difficult thing to approach, and can lead to confrontations which many of us would rather avoid. In this episode, Jess and Phil provide helpful hints for how to approach a friend break up.
In this episode, Phil and Jess talk about being selective about their friendships, and keeping their circle of friends small. Phil also learns that he is not a complete a**hole, Jess tells a story about potentially ghosting a friend, and they both get the giggles.
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In this episode, Jess and Phil invited their friend, storyteller, actor, playwright, Carlyn Rhamey to come and discuss life living between the two extremes of Introvert and Extrovert: life as an Ambivert.
In this episode, Phil and Jess talk about dealing with self esteem and self confidence issues. How the stories we tell ourselves matter, and how to be kinder to ourselves.
In this episode, Phil and Jess talk about how to do that thing they are always reminding us to do: say what you need. This isn’t always easy, so Jess and Phil try to provide helpful advice on how to do this. Also, rather than finding helpful advice on the internet, Jess digs deep into google’s nether pages to find terrible advice that you should definintely not follow.
In this episode, Phil & Jess talk about the FOMO (fear of missing out) that can come from seeing others post on Social Media, as well as the self consciousness that some introverts feel about posting.
On this episode, Jess and Phil face the difficulties of Job hunting for the introvert. Both Phil and Jess have been in a position to do hiring as well, so they also offer some suggestions for the job hunter.