Ep144 Show Notes: Betsy Talbot
What happens when you launch a subscription blog about preparing to travel the world and you finally reach your goals? This week’s guest is an introvert entrepreneur who’s no stranger to The Introvert Entrepreneur Podcast — Betsy Talbot. After spending years nurturing a business and trying to find a balance between her personal and professional life that kept escaping her, she came to an unorthodox decision. She and her husband, Warren, would enter a several years’ long transition involving a complete purge of the unnecessary—including material goods and emotional baggage—that would allow them to travel the world with little worry. In this interview, she shares what she’s been up to since her Married with Luggage series, and what new avenues she has pursued in her professional life in order to both make the most of her talents and maintain her lifestyle in rural Spain.
About Betsy Talbot
Betsy Talbot is a 40-something traveler, author, and content marketing expert. When she’s not traveling or penning books about love, adventure, and self-discovery, she is hiking, learning flamenco dancing, and drinking wine in a tiny whitewashed village in Spain.
Key Conversation Points
• Micro-managing your introverted energy for maximum efficiency
• The unique qualities of an introvert-extrovert relationship
• The impact of transitions
• The advantages of having a strong sense of self
• Prioritizing the little things in your life for a larger impact
• Knowing the best time to “move on”
• Living a well-tailored life
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