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Cat Rose Astrology

Cat Rose is on a mission to explore the big questions in life, and encourage you to do the same. This is a podcast for those wishing to deepen their understanding of traditional western astrology, discover why they are here and what path they are being called to walk in this life. Cat Rose is a practicing astrologer who specialises in the personal daimon. She has authored two books, and you can find her work at https://www.catroseastrology.com/
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Mar 27, 2017

In this episode of The Creative Introvert podcast I interview James Scully.

James Scully is a native Brooklynite, a total Renaissance man, and founder of the Wallbreakers.

More than a blog, the Wallbreakers is a mission to help us discover how to live a life doing the things we’re most passionate about.

We discuss:

  • The best burgers in NYC
  • The Golden Age of Radio
  • Having a 'portfolio career'
  • Working a fulltime job and pursuing a side-gig
  • Are smartphones killing TV?
  • The problem with our education system
Mar 20, 2017

In this episode of The Creative Introvert podcast I share my three weapons I use against the big ol' FEAR monster.

Part of being an overanalysing, overthinking, creative introvert, for me means I love to get to the root of a problem.

Once we know what lies at the heart of it: we can start to work on whatever is stopping us from doing or having or being something we want.

So, I’ve gone on various quests since going freelance then starting my own business: to work out exactly why I struggled with certain aspects like going to networking events, talking about my work, contacting big shots and so on.

I’ve worked out a lot of the common ‘inner enemies’ as I like to call them, that have got in the way of doing the things I know I should do, and often know how to do.

It’s useful to know about these little f*ckers because that way you can take specific action to overcome them or work around them. There are various exercises I outline in this episode and accompanying ebook that do exactly that.

But what if you aren't sure exactly what's causing this resistance? You don't know why You can't bring yourself to get out the paints. You can't figure out why you keep putting off emailing that person. You're stumped as to why you can't hit publish.

That's when I dig deeper. I had to do this myself when I realised I can't just think my way past creative resistance.

That's when I realised there was a feeling -not a thought causing my resistance. I realised the underlying feeling causing all of these inner enemies to reveal themselves and cause havoc was... fear.

The gut-churning, frow-furrowing, palm-sweat inducing feeling that has been with us for - well, millennia.

Do I really expect to abolish feeling fear once and for all in just one podcast episode?

Well, no. Not my style.

But... I do feel like I've pegged three tools or 'weapons' that I've found to be incredibly effective for using whenever I'm feeling that ickyness in the pit of my stomach, and l'm not entirely sure why.

The 3 weapons I outline:

  1. Curiosity
  2. Purpose
  3. Appreciation

I go into detail on how exactly I use them to overcome fear and 'the resistance' in the episode.

Mar 13, 2017

In this episode of The Creative Introvert podcast I interview J. Thorn - the the voice behind the Intronaut, a podcast for introverts that I absolutely love and can definitely recommend to fellow innies.

J is a Top 100 Most Popular Author on Amazon, and believes that reading dark fiction can be healing.

His overriding mission is to connect with you through my art, and hopes to inspire you to do the same. He is a word architect and a driven visionary.

Obsessed with heavy metal, horror films and technology, J admires strong people who are not afraid to speak their mind.

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Mar 6, 2017

In this episode of The Creative Introvert podcast I dig into how we can identify our personality type and use it to our advantage in our creative work.

Now, you might have heard of various personality type tests; StrengthsFinder, the Big Five, the Enneagram… and Myers-Briggs - which is what I’m going to be basing this on.
 
You may also have decided that this personality typing stuff is a load of hooey - that it’s closer to horoscopes than it is to scientifically backed research.
 
I’m not going to delve into the validity of this stuff. All I know is that it has shined a light on my own strengths, weaknesses and has deepened my self awareness in a way that I’ve found invaluable to my business and creativity and quality of life in general.
 

Here's what I cover:

  • My discovery and theory about creativity and introversion
  • Why it helps to know our Creative Type
  • Does Myers-Briggs put us in a box?
  • What knowing your creative type means
  • How to discover your creative type
  • How to use it for collaboration
  • Which type is best type for creativity?

 

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