She's currently writing a book on introvert charisma that's due out on bookshelves next year. She's published over 200 articles on her blog, and she's been featured in Dr. Arnie Kozak's book The Everything Guide to the Introvert Edge and Patricia Weber's Introvert Communication Toolkit.
Meaning and purpose? Check.
She also has an awesome free gift for Become More Compelling readers: Alone But Not Lonely: 7 Steps To True Connection For Introverts.
In this conversation, we talk about why the word "should" can be toxic, and what to replace "should" with. We also talk about everything from meditation practices to zombie outbreaks.
Without further ado, enjoy episode number one of Become More Compelling Radio:
1:45 - Zombie apocalypse preparation
5:05 - The danger of "Should"
8:10 - The moment Michaela realized she was an introvert
10:41 - Michaela's superhero origin story
15:02 - Replacing "Should" with "Could"
19:56 - Michaela talks about her hero's journey
25:30 - The importance of tailoring travel to your personality
28:42 - The advantage of solo travel (Hint: ultimate freedom)
32:01 - Meditation & recharging (Link to the Calm App I use)
35:24 - The Five Minute Journal (Turns out they created an app!)
38:13 - How Michaela finds balance while running her business
41:47 - Why you should give yourself forgiveness (and a side hug)
44:05 - Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapping
48:52 - How to make yourself comfortable first, avoiding the beggar's mindset
52:20 - Michaela's free gift for BMC readers: Alone But Not Lonely: 7 Steps To True Connection For Introverts
In life, what is a "should" for you that you're unsure about?
"I should go to college."
"I should buy a house."
"I should _____________."
Leave a comment with your answer...
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