#030: Harriet Minter — Manage Your Time & Regain Control Of Your Creative Career
London Writers' Salon
How can we escape the trap of overworking and spend more time on our creative work? In this interview with Harriet Minter – journalist, coach, and author of WFH (Working From Home): How to build a career you love when you’re not in the office – we chat about the practicalities of setting daily and monthly goals, structuring your day while working from home, navigating our writing careers and our creative ambitions, pricing our work and balancing soul work with survival work.*ABOUT HARRIET MINTERHarriet Minter is a journalist, author and flexible work specialist. She writes the only weekly newsletter guaranteed to get you promoted and is the author of WFH (Working From Home): How to build a career you love when you’re not in the office.*RESOURCES:Twitter@HarrietMinterHarriet’s website: harrietminter.comWFH (Working From Home): WFH (Working From Home): How to build a career you love when you're not in the office*For show notes, transcripts and to attend our live podcasts visit: podcast.londonwriterssalon.comFor free writing sessions, join free Writers’ Hours: writershour.com*FOLLOW LONDON WRITERS’ SALONTwitter: twitter.com/WritersSalonInstagram: instagram.com/londonwriterssalonFacebook: facebook.com/LondonWritersSalonIf you’re enjoying this show, please rate and review this show!
Hello and welcome to Secure The Insecure hosted by Johnny Seifert.In a special bonus episode of the show, journalist Harriet Minter joins Johnny to reflect on the half way mark of the current series of Married At First Sight UK 2021 that is airing on E4. The conversation also looks at the bigger picture of reality with Below Deck available on Hayu as well.Harriet Minter's book Working From Home is out to buy now.If you want to contact me I am on social media @johnnyseifert @securetheinsecurepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Art of Leadership with Harriet Minter and Pauline Eyre
How To Have Fun At Work with Lynne Parker
Lynne Parker looks at the art of leadership with author, journalist and business coach Harriet Minter and comedian, voice over artist and antenatal teacher Pauline Eyre. What qualities are needed for leadership today and how can you have fun while you lead? How can we best influence and entertain people to get the most out of our working experiences? Harriet and Pauline explore the pain of ‘giving birth’ to books as well as babies, how driving a delivery van helps the creative process and why being jealous of a colleague might be good for our mindset. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Em Stroud and her clown Barbara as they talk all things Working from Home with Harriet Minter. How can we work from home and still have ambition? What can we take from this year of working from home as we leave lockdown? How are Barbara and her connected as rebels? What can you do to manage your energy when working from home? And much much more… Harriet’s Social Media: Instagram: @harrietminter LinkedIn: Harriet Minter Twitter: @harrietminter About Harriet: Harriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in female leadership and working from home. She is the author of WFH: How to Build a Career you Love Outside the Office and she founded the Guardian's Women in Leadership section - the first editorial section in a national newspaper to focus on women’s working lives. She is also a columnist for Psychologies magazine and hosts her own radio show, The Badass Women's Hour on TalkRadio. As well as her journalism, she is also a fully qualified coach and facilitator and trains companies in how to make their workplaces work for their staff. She’s run programmes on female leadership and how to lead a team from your home for everyone from multinationals to start-ups. Outside of work she is a doting mum to a rescued Staffordshire Bull Terrier and an enthusiastic, if not exactly talented, pottery student.
59. Women, Leadership, and WFH, with Harriet Minter
Questioning how productive you really are while WFH? Wondering how to switch off when your work life is your home life is your work life (and repeat)? Turns out, there are unique challenges women who work from home face, as we head firmly into a working from home revolution. Today on ARRIVED., I chat to female leadership journalist and author, Harriet Minter, about – why the language of contemporary women's magazines still assumes outdated tropes of women's work lives – even in 2021 – how Harriet came to launch the Women in Leadership section in the Guardian newspaper – how the post-pandemic hybrid work from office / work from home model could actually edge women out of promotions and career advancement – how to rethink your productivity (and that afternoon nap!) when working from home – why regularly working more than 40 hours/week can lead to disease – how to set better boundaries around your professional life so that working from home doesn't turn into 'living at work' Harriet's new book, WFH: How to Build a Career you Love Outside the Office is available now at all fine booksellers. Connect with Harriet at harrietminter.com | Follow Harriet on Twitter and Instagram @harrietminter Harriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in female leadership and working from home. She is the author of WFH: How to Build a Career you Love Outside the Office and she founded the Guardian's Women in Leadership section - the first editorial section in a national newspaper to focus on women’s working lives. She is also a columnist for Psychologies magazine and hosts her own radio show, The Badass Women's Hour on TalkRadio. She's written for publications including The Times, The Telegraph and Red magazine. As well as her journalism, Harriet is also a fully qualified coach and facilitator and trains companies in how to make their workplaces work for their staff. She’s run programmes on female leadership and how to lead a team from your home for everyone from multinationals to start-ups. She is a regular speaker on women's rights, remote working, and the future of leadership. She's given two TED Talks, the first on the importance of learning to fail and the second on yoga, which have had tens of thousands of views. ––––– Your Voice deserves to be heard. Discover how podcasting can help your personal brand make an impact – while making a profit. Sign up today for Find Your Voice, my 8-week podcast launch course courses.atelierwrede.com Follow me on Instagram at @atelierwrede, on Clubhouse at @bethanywrede and be sure to SUBSCRIBE here so you never miss an episode!
Harriet Minter, writer, broadcaster and coach on how to build a career you love as you WFH
The Art of Work
Harriet Minter is a journalist, speaker, broadcaster and coach. The founder of the Guardian’s Women in Leadership initiative, she has written about leadership, diversity and the future of work for publications ranging from The Times to Marie Claire and Psychologies. She presents Badasswomen’s Hour for Talk Radio, has given two Ted X talks and currently has two new books out, Great Ted Talks Leadership: An Unofficial Guide to Words of Wisdom from 100 TED Speakers and WFH: How to Build a Career You Love When You’re Not in the Office. She talks about how to work out what you really want and how to build your brand, even when the idea of it makes you wince.
We’ve gone all in with a pair of Jacks to bluff and catch journalist and broadcaster Harriet Minter this week. Harriet is an expert in female leadership, working from home and accidental autoerotic asphyxiation. After a hugely successful stint at The Guardian, founding a first-of-its-kind Women in Leadership editorial section, Harriet’s latest foray into writing, Working from Home: How to Build a Career you Love Outside the Office, is a bullshit-free guide to the new flexible workplace. We up the ante and chat on her first (and worst) job at The Lemon Tree café, ditching university for Ocean Road, working at The Guardian, finding a safe space to fail, winning a £15,000 handbag in a poker tournament, managing remote teams, proceeding until apprehended and loads more. ///// Follow Harriet on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram Make sure to pre-order Harriet’s book here And watch both her brilliant TEDx Talks; What yoga taught me about business, bravery & bras and Proceed until apprehendedHarriet’s book recommendations are: When the Body Says No by Dr Gabor Maté The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier /////
Championing Female Leadership in the Media with Harriet Minter
Too Big For Your Boots with Liv Conlon
(Thought Leader Chat Podcast) Harriet Minter is a journalist, broadcaster, personal coach and business consultant, specialising in female leadership. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section, which focused on women in the workplace and was the first of its kind in UK Journalism. She is also a columnist for Psychologies magazine and hosts The Badass Women's Hour on TalkRadio. She's written for publications including The Times, Huffington Post and The Pool. Harriet is a regular speaker on women's rights, the future of work, and digital media. She's given two TED Talks, the first on the importance of learning to fail, and the second on yoga, which have had tens of thousands of views. Through her work, Harriet has interviewed a range of leading women from MPs to entrepreneurs and celebrities, including Sheryl Sandberg, Arianna Huffington and Tamara Mellon, and can adeptly entertain an audience with brilliant anecdotes from her vast career. We discuss the media's attitude towards women, the simple method to discovering your audience's need, why you should do it anyway and ask for permission later, how to build a successful uncurated personal brand and so much more.
The Sara Moseley Show for unapologetically ambitious online business owners
We all have them! Why not find out exactly what they are, where they come from and how to make a change. Harriet Minter is my guest, journalist, speaker and trainer, TEDx speaker and host of Talk Radio's Badass Women's Hour, come and join the conversation with an open mind :) For more on Harriet, you can find her here Take the test - Harvard Implicit Test Link
For this bonus episode, we are joined by Harriet Minter.Harriet is a journalist and broadcaster and writes extensively on women in the workplace. She founded the Women in Leadership section for the Guardian and hosts Badass Women's Hour on TalkRadio.We talk about imposter syndrome, body confidence and relationships in lockdown.Keep up with Harriet on Instagram: @harrietminterStay in touch:Instagram: @perspective_yeTwitter: @ye_perspectiveWebsite: www.perspective-ye.org where you can purchase your copy of "Note to Self."Music: Rockapalooza! by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com