Talking About Overcoming Social Anxiety and Perfectionism on the Smart Habits for Translators Podcast

I’m thrilled to be able to share this with you. A couple of weeks ago, I recorded an interview for the Smart Habits for Translators podcast. We talked about social anxiety, perfectionism, freelancing, and more.

This was a BIG DEAL for me. I don’t have a vision board, but if I did, “be a guest on a podcast” would have been on there. There’s something empowering and exhilarating about doing the things that social anxiety always told me I couldn’t do.

I’m including links below if you want to have a listen! The context of the discussion is freelance translation, but I think it could be relatable for any type of freelancer or creative entrepreneur.

HUGE THANK-YOU to the hosts, Veronika Demichelis and Madalena Sรกnchez Zampaulo. And a warm, grateful thank-you to Corinne McKay for connecting us.


Links:

I think it’s also available on a variety of other podcasting platforms as well!


If you end up having a listen, I’d love to hear your thoughts! ๐Ÿ™‚

4 thoughts on “Talking About Overcoming Social Anxiety and Perfectionism on the Smart Habits for Translators Podcast

  1. We used to freelance edit. Forgot about it until we listened to the podcast. Could feel our stress at remembering interviewing clients on the telephone. Ugh. You are brave in what you do

    Is your Spouse a physicist?

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    1. Thank you xoxo I think I remember you mentioning being a freelance editor in the past ๐Ÿ™‚

      Sorry to re-activate past stress though!!!

      Jesse has a PhD in physics, but he left academia and now works in financial mathematics. ๐Ÿ™‚ He’s a numbers guy for sure.

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