What starts out as a normal episode ends up with Al and Johnny getting into a deep discussion about the stark differences of growing up as a millenial vs. a baby boomer. They also discuss the reason for that nice warm feeling we get when thinking about those things in the past that shaped our present.
Al and Johnny discuss what schizophrenia actually is, and how it's one of the most debilitating and misunderstood of the chronic mental illnesses.
Are you glue or velcro....no wait... Al and Johnny discuss the different attachment styles and how we form them
Al and Johnny reflect on 2016 and talk about their plans for 2017
We bring one of our favorite guests back, writer and general person to look up to, J Thorn, on our favorite Christmas movies. This episode has a lot of geeking out and good laughs, although the audio was a little messed up, it was really fun
Al and Johnny discuss the upcoming Christmas holiday and get into the christmas spirit.
Al and Johnny had a holiday hiatus trying to get episodes back up but here we are, and here's where we've been!
Al and Johnny discuss some different sleep disorders. Al did a little research beforehand to give some helpful tips and Johnny goes a little deeper into his insomnia and hilarious nightmares.
What is popularity and what is actually happening in terms of human interaction and sociology? Do introverts care less about it than extraverts? Al and Johnny talk about how to popular, and why it isn't that great.
Love can cause us to do some crazy things, even if those things aren't always best for us. Al and Johnny talk about how people seem to ignore those awful traits of somebody they are in a long term relationship with.
Repeat episode fixed......Have you ever had a friend that you just couldn't take anymore? Have you ever had that friend that seemed to only contact you when they need something? Friends are important but sometimes it's time to unfriend that person who is causing you problems
Al and Johnny talk about the how to get rid of toxic friends, and when to be diplomatic and try to make things work
Al and Johnny have a chat with acclaimed author and self proclaimed Intronaut, J Thorn. J is an extravert in an introvert's body and has sold over 170,000 copies of his books.
In this episode we talk about what it takes to be successful, and what success means to different people. J is a very interesting guy and this episode is one of our favorites of all time. Great talk.
For more information visit introextropod.com and to check out jthorn.net
Hey listeners, here's an episode where Al and Johnny sit down and just talk about the show. We're asking each and every one of you to do one thing, and that's give us a positive review in iTunes. It's the one thing that affects our exposure more than anything else. In addition the guys talk about the future of the show, where Introvert / Extrovert is headed, and that Johnny is finally on Instagram, @johnnymartinez_7
Al and Johnny talk about communication, and how differences in people mean we should be better communicators. Introverts and Extraverts are different people and sometimes coming together is like peas and carrots, but other times awareness of the situation is enough to make things that much more easy.
Losing control is draining and awkward but it can be used as a tool. Al and Johnny talk about times when going off on somebody was appropriate and beneficial.
Johnny was in a car accident but he needs to keep working so he is giving his days 75 percent. Al has been working on this skill for some time since he seems to only be able to give 100% or 0%. Some type A personalities need to chill. Some type B personalities need to step up. This episode is about how to prioritize your life and conserve your energy for the right moment without giving up completely.
Al and Johnny discuss Johnny's way too long trip to Asia and the hiatus
Al and Johnny discuss the ins and outs of sounding...good
Johnny is alone in vegas......not on accident...well kinda. Al and Johnny do a skype episode and as they discuss what's to be learned from an extravert alone in sin city.
Al and Johnny discuss sports stories and how they relate to introverts and extraverts.
Why do people in groups tend to lose 10s of IQ points? Shouldn't it be the other way around?
Al and Johnny talk about different ways to avoid group think and where the phenomenon comes from
Al and Johnny discuss their own ways they learned to deal with embarrassment
Al and Johnny discuss dealing with annoying people, and what they've done in the past.
Being authentic is a hot issue with millennials. Be more authentic, don't hide behind someone you're not. But the question is where is the line and is it always helpful to the community to be your true self?
Some introverts find that being authentic is tough because it causes friction from the extraverts in their life. Others feel that they have to hide behind a shield from fear that others will see the truth inside. Either way there's scenarios in life where we should strive to be more authentic and honest, and times when we should keep from defining ourselves too much.
Body language accounts for a large portion of how we communicate, whether we realize it or not. The actual words that we are saying when talking in person have less impact than our tone and body language, and learning how to read it can be very powerful.