Author Archives: Ruth

Episode #31: Maria Evans on Cultivating A Healthy Relationship with Social Media (for Adults & Children)

Today I’m interviewing Maria Evans, a coach and mentor for teenagers. I was really keen to talk to Maria because I feel like a lot of the issues affecting teenagers are also really relevant to us as adults – especially how addicted we may feel to our phones, and the way we compare ourselves and our lives to what we see online – so we chatted a lot about that and what we are each doing to cultivate a healthier relationship with screens.
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Episode #30: On Being An Introvert in Online Business (And This Applies to the Extroverts Too)

In this solo episode I talk about my experience of figuring out what it meant to be an introvert, and how I have shaped my business around my personality (which will apply to the extroverts, too!)

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Episode #29: Sas Petherick on Redefining Leadership, Self-Compassion & the Archetypes of Self-Doubt

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about running my own business it’s that it brings all of your doubts and issues right to the surface. And the topic has come up in a huge number of the interviews I’ve done for this podcast so far. Which is why I wanted to talk to Sas Petherick – a self-doubt coach and researcher – all about this, and whether self-doubt is more common for those of us who run our own businesses.
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Episode #28: Greta Solomon on Creative Self-Expression & Fully Accepting Yourself Through Writing & Journalling

Today I’m chatting to Greta Solomon, who is a writing coach who specialises in helping people to fully express themselves. We talked about journalling, mindset blocks to creativity, healing old wounds, being honest and vulnerable as highly sensitive introverts and more.
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Episode #26: Huma Qureshi on Selling in a Quiet Way, Writing Creatively and Finding Your Still

Huma Qureshi is an author and former newspaper journalist turned blogger at Our Story Time. We talked a lot about writing and creativity, and also ventured into impostor syndrome, owning your expertise, banging your own drum and selling what you do in a nice, quiet way. Continue reading