Emma Gannon is an inspiration within the professional space. She's a Sunday Times best-selling author, podcaster and broadcaster based in London. She has published two books, Ctrl Alt Delete and more recently The Multi Hyphen Method, a modern day text book, reinventing the way we can approach business to fit in with modern day life. Off the back of her first book she started her own podcast series Ctrl Alt Delete which we're personal fans of and has reached millions of people in over a hundred countries. She has also performed this live in venues and festivals throughout the UK & in the US. She was selected in the Forbe's 2018 30 under 30 list and Management Today's 35 under 35, two incredible accolades.
In this episode we'll cover Emma's early career decisions that set her on her destined multi hyphen path. She covers why gut instinct is so important to her. And we'll find out who or what are the things that inspire her professionally.
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