1475: Should You Be With an Introvert or an Extrovert by Jenn Granneman
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Jenn Granneman of Introvert Dear talks about whether you should date an extrovert or an introvertEpisode 1475: Should You Be With an Introvert or an Extrovert by Jenn GrannemanJenn Granneman is the founder of Introvert, Dear and author of The Secret Lives of Introverts. She started Introvert, Dear in 2013 as her personal blog. She was living with an extroverted roommate, dating an extroverted guy, and working an extroverted job (teaching 4th grade). Jenn wanted to write about what it was like being an introvert living in an extrovert's world.In true introvert form, she wrote her blog anonymously for almost two years. Jenn had no desire to be in the spotlight. And she had no idea her little blog would become this! Now, with the help of quiet ones around the world, she is on a mission: to let introverts everywhere know it's okay to be who they are.The original post is located here: https://introvertdear.com/news/introverts-should-you-marry-an-introvert-or-an-extrovert/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.comInterested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jenn Granneman started Introvert, Dear in 2013 and quickly found a fanbase who loved what she did. After posting in Facebook groups her viewership quickly grew and she found that she had hit a nerve. Years later she's an author, podcaster and left her full time job in the rear view mirror. Check out her blog Introvert, Dear and follow her Intagram for hilarious posts, seriously.
86: The Secret Lives of Introverts (Jenn Granneman)
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Jen Granneman is changing lives and making it easier for other introverts to embrace their introversion and understand how to thrive, not just survive. Learn how introverts can dive deep within their relationships and their interests.
The Secret Lives of Introverts - with Jenn Granneman
#93: Do you enjoy spending time alone? Does your inner monologue chatter constantly? When you were a student, did you sometimes stay quiet even when you knew the correct answer? Do you avoid confrontation? Does small talk bore you? Have people told you that you're "too intense" or that you "get deep quickly?" Do you live inside your head? Do people see you as a good listener? Do you rarely interrupt others? Are you better at writing thoughts than speaking them? Are you good at focusing for long periods on tasks that you're really interested in, but totally checked out of tasks that bore you or that feel superficial? If so, you might be an introvert. And today's episode might be for you. If you'd like to learn how to thrive in any pursuit -- like starting a business, traveling the world or becoming an investor -- tune in to learn how to use your natural tendencies to your advantage. For more information, including links to resources mentioned in this episode, go to http://affordanything.com/episode93 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
171: The Secret Lives of Introverts: My Interview with Jenn Granneman
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~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #171 ~Subscribe to The Simple Sophisticate: iTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio Introverts are finding their voice, and one author and blogger who is helping to make this possible is Jenn Granneman. With her new book which was just released on August 1st, The Secret Lives of Introverts: Inside Our Hidden World and her internationally enjoyed blog Introvert, Dear, she shares the science, conversations with multiple introverts as well the insights gained from sitting down with researchers in the study of the brain to share the secrets of introverts. Having her on the podcast was a treat as I, as well, self-identify as an introvert. And what was I appreciated was the focus to celebrate on what each of our gifts our, which is something she talks about as well. I do hope you'll tune in. The Book: The Secret Lives of Introverts: Inside Our Hidden World by Jenn Granneman Jenn's blog: Introvert, Dear Other books mentioned on this episode: ~The Introvert's Advantage: How Quiet People Can Thrive in an Extrovert World by Marti Olsen Laney Psy.D. (Author) ~SIMILAR POSTS FROM THE ARCHIVES YOU MIGHT ENJOY: ~8 Ways for Introverts to Thrive in the Workplace, episode #68 ~Why Not . . . Enjoy Being an Introvert? SPONSOR of today’s episode: KIND bars ~To pick up a free sample box, go to KindSnacks.com/tss ~Join the Snack Club receive 5% off your order when you subscribe receive the newest products first free shipping is possible free snacks, new swag and tickets to local events
012: On INFJs, Deflecting Bad Juju + Being A Highly Sensitive Person w/ Jenn Granneman Of Introvert, Dear
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I am an emotional sponge. I walk into a room and can instantly feel whether people arerelaxed or tense. I can speak two words to you and feel what’sgoing on. And you can bet yer bottom dollar that I internalizewhatever energy is swirling around me. For the longest time, I felt like an outsider – and trulyweirded out by the fact that things as small as people laying ontheir car horns in rush-hour traffic would leave me shaken for agood few minutes. And then I found out that not only was I not alone, but that Icould work with what I’ve got – and it was my greatest asset inthis world. If you’ve been reading and listening for a while, it *probably*doesn’t come as a surprise to you that I’m into personality tests,personality indicators, and the psychologybehind personality types. I find any chance tolearn more about the inner workings of others, and myself,absolutely fascinating. About 6 years ago, I stumbled upon the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (here’s one you can take forfree!), took the test, and the results completely blewmy mind. All this time, when I had been thinking “Oh, I’m sodifferent. Oh I don’t fit in,” berating myself forfeeling awkward in certain situations while in others I’dcompletely own it, or the big understanding gap there seemed to bebetween myself and certain people, or why I’d get into the sameruts over and over…now EVERYTHING started to makesense. THEN I read a book that was recommended to me called theHighly SensitivePerson by Elaine Aron. I think I cried when I read it the firsttime through. Because again, this was so much of who Iwas – that I was either trying to fight against or wasstruggling to understand/make others understand – I had just neverhad words to describe it.Introvert, Dear is the #1 website andcommunity dedicated to introverted personality types ANDHSPs. This site is followed by literally hundreds ofthousands, the community is SO strong, and it’s a resource that’sreally helped me when it comes to not just understanding why I amthe way I am, but communicating who I am to others (andunderstanding THEM better, too). Introvert Dear is the brainchild of Jenn Granneman, ateacher, writer, introvert expert, and fellow INFJ/HSP. Sobasically, I knew I had to have her on the podcast(especially since I get asked so often what the heck these acronymseven mean). Here’s the deal, in a nutshell: Myers Briggs personalitytypes are broken down into four components – introverted vsextroverted, intuitive vs sensing, thinking vs feeling, andperceiving vs judging. A lot of people will just focus on the introvert/extrovert partof the equation, but Myers Briggs, and Jenn’s site, dissects thefine nuance between each specific combination.) There’s a big theme in this episode of the number onelesson every introvert (and HSP) needs to learn in order to thrive.Even if you’re not either, take a listen – we’ve all got a littlebit of introvert in us, and WAY more of us are HSPs than werealize, we just never talk about it. At the best, you’ll learn about yourself. At the very least,you’ll definitely learn about someone you care about. Ready? WANT JENN.Show Notes:Introvert,Dear Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ TumblrTake the personality type test Introvert Dreams coloring book Quiet by SusanCain The HighlySensitive Person by Elaine AronQuietRevolution Space2Live Introvertology IntrovertSpring Like this episode? Shoot me a commentbelow, leave a review on iTunes (the more reviews, themore Jenn’s awesomeness is spread), share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, orpost it onInstagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast,#womenagainstnegativetalk, and/or #WANTyourself!
Episode 91: Introverts Feeling Like Outsiders with Jenn Granneman
Jenn Granneman of Introvert, Dear comes on the podcast for her 3rd appearance to discuss her recent article on introverts feeling like the consummate outsider. The guys go over the article with Jenn and they discuss how extroverts can overlook introverts and how introverts have some traits that make them alienate themselves.
Episode 69: Jenn Granneman on Introverted Children
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.
Today we have a special guest, Jenn Granneman, founder of itnrovertdear.com, one of the fastest growing blogs for introverts and highly sensitive people. Jenn describes the roles of introvert women and how to tell if you have the traits to be a highly sensitive person and what you can do to manage social situations.