Emma Gannon is my definition of a rockstar. She’s a writer and broadcaster, and each of those descriptors are umbrellas under which she does many things. Her podcast, Ctrl Alt Delete (named after her first book), is one of my absolute favorite podcasts. She’s an insightful conversationalist, an incredible listener, unapologetically opinionated and each step of her career proves just how adaptable she is. She’s also a regular on BBC Woman’s Hour and she was selected as one of Forbes 30 under 30 in media.
The very fact that it takes more than one word or phrase to describe what she does gets to the heart of what she represents. It’s also how she’s reaching so many people, why I can relate to her journey, and is the inspiration for her latest book, just released last week — “The Multi-Hyphen Method.”
(This episode continues my month of interviewing authors – thanks for your suggestions!)
In this episode, we talk about gut and instinct and how to tune into that to direct your path. We discuss mentors, getting out of your own head, and we acknowledge that we’re probably all going through a similar thing. We also talk about the importance of finding your own version of success.
It was a joy to have her on the other microphone for this episode. I so enjoyed this conversation, and I hope you do, too!
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