Thanks for joining me for another episode of One For The Road.This week I am joined by author, speaker, novelist, coach and host of the award winning, number one creative careers podcast in the UK Ctrl, Alt, Delete Emma Gannon. Emma is a Forbes under 30 alumni, and joins me on this weeks show to discuss her relationship with alcohol, the changes that came about during lockdown for her and her take on grey area drinking and moderation. We also discuss the well known article Emma wrote that was recently featured in The Guardian titled "I knew I didn't have a drinking problem, but I had a problem with drinking."This episode of One For The Road is sponsored by https://tweaklife.co.uk/ Further information and links attached below.If you want to connect with me via Instagram, you can find me on the instahandle @Soberdave https://www.instagram.com/soberdave/or via my website https://davidwilsoncoaching.com/Provided below are links for services offering additional help and advice and for Emma.https://www.instagram.com/emmagannonuk/https://thehyphen.substack.com/https://www.emmagannon.co.uk/about-emma-gannonhttps://alcoholchange.org.uk/https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/advice/alcohol-support-serviceshttps://nacoa.org.uk/Show producer- Daniella Attanasio-MartinezInstagram - @TheDaniellaMartinezThis season's podcast is sponsored by a great new start up called Tweak Life. They have built a well-being hub full of useful information and tweaks that can help you improve your mental and physical health and finances. There is a wide range of topics covered which includes mindfulness, eating well, exercise. managing addictions, improving finances, mortgages and even menopause.This is free to use, just go to https://tweaklife.co.uk/ for more information.https://www.instagram.com/tweaklifeukhttps://www.facebook.com/tweaklifeukhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/tweaklifeuk/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This is the podcast where each week we'll meet a guest who’ll help us pay attention to something we should know about, but maybe don’t. This week we're talking about sabotage; the micro and macro ways that we get in our own way, how online spaces can cultivate a negative mindset and learning to analyse our own behaviour. Emma Gannon is a best selling author, speaker, teacher and podcaster. She started her podcast Control Alt Delete in 2016 and has since that over 10 million downloads. She has so far published five books, including her debut novel 'Olive', released in 2020, as well as 'The Multi-hyphen Method' discussing modern careers '(Dis)connected' about our relationships with online media and 'Sabotage', a book about overcoming the barriers we put up in the way of our own happiness.If you want to learn more, here's where to find Emma and her recommendations: Instagram: @emmagannonukTwitter: @emmagannonWebsite: emmagannon.co.ukSomething to read: Natalie Lue - The Joy of Saying No / Emma Gannon - SabotageSomething to watch: Netflix's 'Gaga: Five Foot Two'Something to listen to: The One You Feed Podcast Get involved and join in the conversation:Follow @gemmastyles @goodinfluencegs and send in your messages and questions to email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Emma Gannon is a famous writer. You might know her from her amazing books the Multi-hyphen Life and Disconnected, and her podcast Ctrl Alt Delete.Emma Gannon links:https://www.emmagannon.co.uk/booksCtrl Alt Delete Podcasthttps://twitter.com/emmagannonSign up to her newsletter! : https://thehyphen.substack.com/Andrew Gold links:http://youtube.com/andrewgold1http://instagram.com/andrewgold_okhttp://twitter.com/andrewgold_ok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You might feel aware that the internet makes you feel strangely disconnected from others, but writer and podcaster Emma Gannon feels it makes us disconnect from ourselves too. In this chat, Emma and Fearne dissect cancel culture and why we’ve got to allow each other the space to learn and grow, as well as why our offline activity should take precedence, because actions speak louder than token words on a screen.They also talk about how the biggest crime now seems to be not having an opinion. Fearne and Emma believe it’s ok not to know, or have an opinion on, absolutely everything. In fact, that’s probably better both for the world and your own mental health.Emma’s book is called Disconnected: How to Stay Human in an Online World, and it’s out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week Clemmie tackles the topic of disconnection with Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the No. 1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete, Emma Gannon.Clemmie and Emma discuss how two years of lockdowns, Zoom meetings and reduced physical contact have made us more dependent on the internet than ever before. But has it lost its humanity?Emma's new book, (Dis)connected, examines how our focus on community and real connection has been sent off-course and how we're becoming more aware of how the algorithm manipulates us and how our data has made us a product to be sold.So, where do we go from here and how can we get back on track? Listen to this episode to find out!Emma's first book, The Multi-Hyphen Method, a manifesto for crafting a career on your own terms, became an immediate Sunday Times business bestseller. After the book's publication, she was selected in the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list, Management Today's '35 Under 35, and The Telegraph's 'Millennials To Watch'. To date she has published three works of non-fiction and her debut novel, Olive.Her WEBBY-nominated podcast Ctrl, Alt, Delete is a non-traditional careers podcast founded in 2016. It won Best Business Podcast at the Vuelio Awards in 2019 and has had nearly 8 million downloads in 100 countries, with guests including the philosopher Alain de Botton, activist Rachel Cargle and cleaning guru Mrs Hinch.Find Clemmie on Instagram @@Clemmie_Telford and check out Emma @emmagannonuk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week’s guest is the bestselling author and podcast host Emma Gannon, who explores themes of work, the pressure to perform on and off social media and the possibilities and realities of self-employment and imposter syndrome in her brilliant books – The Multi Hyphen Method, Sabotage, Disconnected and the novel Olive. We speak about the myths and realities of being freelance workers, anxiety, creativity, ambition and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#262 How to find focus and disconnect with Emma Gannon
This is the second of four episodes on how to find your focus. In this episode, Sarah talks to writer and podcaster Emma Gannon. Together they explore some of the key themes in Emma's new book (Dis)connected, including how you can reclaim time for yourself, how to redefine your relationship with technology and why disconnecting helps us to re-connect with the work that we do. Ways to learn more:1. Download the PodSheet for this episode, head to https://www.amazingif.com/listen/2. Sign-up for PodMail, a weekly summary of squiggly career tools https://mailchi.mp/squigglycareers/podmail3. Read our books 'The Squiggly Career' and 'You Coach You'For questions, feedback or just to say hello, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Emma Gannon on Community and Connection in an Online World
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Emma Gannon is a bestselling author, speaker, novelist, and the host of the number 1 creative careers podcast in the UK called “Ctrl Alt Delete”. Eric and Emma discuss her latest book, Disconnected: How to Stay Human in an Online WorldBut wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!Emma Gannon and I Discuss Community and Connection in an Online World and…Her book, Disconnected: How to Stay Human in an Online WorldThe belief that everyone is creative and need to feed their creativityThe joy and challenge when your creative work becomes your paid workHow our online and offline behaviors and interactions are often not alignedConnection and how she compares humans to treesThe power of community and connection, both online and in-personNoticing when spending too much time online leads to emotional disconnectionUnderstanding self-sabotage and noticing the feelings associated with that behaviorFinding the balance of striving to be successful and happinessHer thoughts on cancel cultureHer first novel, OliveThe shame and guilt that women often feel for their life choicesEmma Gannon Links:Emma’s WebsiteTwitterInstagramWhen you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you!If you enjoyed this conversation with Emma Gannon, you might also enjoy these other episodes:How to Become Unlonely with Jillian RichardsonHow to Find Joy and Community with Radha AgrawalSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Emma Gannon on her new book (Dis)connected, Virginia Giuffre US civil case, Helen Pankhurst
How can we have a healthier relationship with tech, the internet and social media? In her new book Disconnected, podcaster Emma Gannon looks at how we can take back control, set boundaries, and unlearn bad habits from doomscrolling to having opinions for opinion’s sake. She also reflects on whether a constructive call-out culture is more beneficial than cancel culture online.Helen Pankhurst, the granddaughter and the great-granddaughter of Suffragettes, Sylvia and Emmeline Pankhurst talks about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill which the House of Lords will debate on Monday. Helen argues our right to protest which is a fundamental part of democracy, is under threat. Reflecting on historical and global parallels, she argues that protest is both a safety valve and catalyst for change in the fight for equality, including women’s rights, race, disability, social inequality and climate.Plus can theatre be used as a health and wellbeing tool to support women’s understanding of their relationship with sex? A Play About Sex partners academic research with creative practice to find out. Independent theatre producer, Hannah Farley-Hills explains how.Prince Andrew is to face a civil case in the US over allegations he sexually assaulted a woman when she was 17, after his legal bid to have it thrown out failed. To help us understand the detail of why it was unsuccessful we hear from Dominic Casciani our Home and Legal Affairs Correspondent. Plus Georgina Calvert-Lee, an employment and equality lawyer at McAlister Olivarius, an expert on NDAs and settlements looks at what justice might look like from Virginia Giuffre's positionPresenter Emma BarnettProducer Beverley Purcell