If I asked you for your definition of success, what would you say? For me, it’s simple: success is unique to each and every one of us.
Welcome to The Success Revolution, the podcast that’s changing the way we talk – and think – about success. Having worked with one too many women who’s had her confidence and her identity diminished as a result of working towards an antiquated definition of success – you know it, money, power, status, etc.
In this episode of The Success Revolution, we speak to Elizabeth Day, a vital modern voice across journalism and fiction. She is a regular contributor to The Telegraph, Elle, The Guardian and Vogue, writing on subjects including film, feminism, politics, love, life and womanhood and truly epitomises what it means to be a multi-faceted woman today. Last year, Elizabeth started experimenting with a new medium to speak to her audience: podcasting with her chart-topping podcast series How To Fail With Elizabeth Day. She talks to us about the bravery of opening up about her personal life(and how to it connected her with millions of listeners), how a second-hand encounter with her ex resulted in a killer podcast pitch and how sometimes, you just have to sweat it out with a gym class.
Elizabeth’s latest book, How To Fail is out now.
This episode is recorded in support of the charity Refuge, a charity that is committed to a world where violence against women and girls is not tolerated and where women and children can live safely. Find out more about the charity and how to help or donate at Refuge.org.uk.
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