Flirting as an introvert and an extrovert can be approached in very different ways, and have very different results. Can an extrovert come across as overly confident? Can introverts spend too much time letting opportunities pass them by? At what point does flirting cross the line?
Kelly O'Laughlin from the Highly Sensitive Person Podcast joins us to talk about HSP's and gives some great perspectives on what it's like to be highly sensitive.
Al and Johnny discuss what it means to spend time with family during Christmas, including the weird feeling of buying gifts for cold relationships. Also they discuss the hectic world of Christmas shopping as an introvert or extrovert
Founder of the popular Trusty Chucks Blog (trustychucks.com) and newly proclaimed introvert Mary Graham stops by the podcast to talk about how accepting who she was made life a little easier, and how she handles being an introverted mom when family life gets tough.
What are the implications of being quiet shamed and how can our awareness of introversion help people's interactions with each other?
Al and Johnny discuss what moving means to introverts and extroverts and how moving can signify a life change in a lot of people.
They guys talked about success and what it can do to people so this episode they address how to handle the positivity and rewards that come your way. When life finally starts to go your way it's important to handle it in the right way or it can all be gone in a flash.
Sometimes, especially for introverts, small talk can be an annoying thing that's hard to avoid. Al and Johnny talk about just that, and ways to avoid it when possible.
Founder of Introvert Dear and a leading voice of the introvert revolution, Jenn Granneman stops by the podcast again to talk about introverted children and how people can help aid in their development.
What steps does one use to focus and what kinds of tangible benefits can you see in your life when you do find ways to stay on task?
It's that time of year when, whether we want to or not, we spend that quality time with our loved ones.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
personalityhacker.com founders Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge stop by the podcast to talk about personal empowerment based on your MBTI. Listen closely because whatever your Myers Briggs type there's a lot of information in a short amount of time.
Sometimes we accidentally take our anger out on others, Al and Johnny talk about controlling that beast inside and when to let him out.
Amy Morin is the well known author of the best selling book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do. In 2013, she wrote an article that went viral and, shortly after, it was picked up by Forbes and became the most read article on that site, garnering over 10 million views. Since then Amy has done two Ted talks including one entitled "Letting Go of What's Holding You Back." She talks with us about what it takes to be mentally strong and how to properly deal with times of stress and turmoil. Amy is a wealth of wisdom and has some great insights that anyone, introvert or extrovert, can use in their everyday lives.
What kind of processes do we go through when making tough decisions? What about the simple ones?
Laughing at your problems isn't always the right thing to do, there is a season for grief, however, a simple chuckle can keep things in perspective and take the power a situation can have over you.
Awwwwwwww. Besides refreshing and healing our bodies, sleep plays other roles in our lives such as acting as an escape and the ability to take us to strange places in our dreams. One of the psychological recognized drives, it is something we all absolutely need but seem to have little control over.
The guys have talked a lot about how to survive in a bad situation that seems overwhelming. But what about times that you should really cut your losses? When is it ok to bail out of a social situation?
Johnny describes his trials and tribulations and the low point that forced him to seek his own medical path and allowed him to survive and be where he is today.
It's that fun time of year when extroverts get to dress up and be someone they're not, and introverts get to....dress up and be someone they're not!
What do you do when you're forced to attend a special occasion? It is often the bane of an introverts existence, yet there are many special events (weddings, funerals, birthdays, births, graduations) that are terrible but cannot be avoided. The guys talk about good ways to handle things and surviving long enough to not be ostracized.
How do introverts and extroverts deal with frustration? What are some things they can do better to keep from blowing up?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of having a curious mind?
Have you ever had a panic attack? What's the difference between panic and anxiety and what kind of things can an introvert or extrovert do to minimize life's stressors