60 episodes

Best friends and business partners Katel and Sara let it all out in a weekly show about work, friendship, and feminism. Plus, intimate conversations with authors, artists, activists, and entrepreneurs about how they got where they are, what they learned in the process, and what they do to find joy. Because life’s too short to bottle things up.

Strong Feelings Katel LeDû & Sara Wachter-Boettcher

    • Business
    • 4.7, 87 Ratings

Best friends and business partners Katel and Sara let it all out in a weekly show about work, friendship, and feminism. Plus, intimate conversations with authors, artists, activists, and entrepreneurs about how they got where they are, what they learned in the process, and what they do to find joy. Because life’s too short to bottle things up.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

cassiemakes ,

Strength in vulnerability

I don't have a lot of extra time in my life, as it goes. Two kids under 5, running a business, house renos, caregiving for a parent. But this is worth every minute I invest in it! I often put it on when I'm doing dishes at night after a long day, and I find comfort in feeling witness to an intimate, strong, adult, female friendship that I don't really have time for myself. I genuinely feel it's helping me learn to be a more kind, better adjusted human being. It gives me a second lens on aspects of our culture that I otherwise blindly consume (like, hashtags, or lingerie, or the idea of working moms, etc etc). And it inspires me. Katel and Sara are insanely relatable, humble, open and so respectful of their guests. Thank for being so vulnerable about your own journeys and, as other reviewers have noted, providing much needed voices in this genre.

Chad Loder ,

Informative and entertaining

I’m a man who is also a company founder and investor. I learn a lot from this podcast about women’s perspectives on the workplace, burnout, and how to build a diverse culture. Give it a try on your next commute!

Kayrakaye ,

How are you say it

I couldn’t get past the giggly self-deprecation attitude to even listen to the content. I don’t know why women have to talk this way.

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