Elissa Bassist had been scared to speak out her whole life, but it was making her sick. Her book Hysterical is her memoir of how a woman’s voice develops (or doesn’t) in a culture where men talk and women shut up.
Author and food educator Sumayya Usmani relies on Freedom to help her focus on savoring the moments she creates through her work.
The author and software engineer on overcoming being an “overcomer” and finding the space to focus on writing stories that inspire change.
We hear from writer Casey Schwartz about her Adderall addiction, and discuss some of the great philosophers how they perceive attention.
Freedom has been the biggest boost to writer and academic Marc Bellmare’s productivity, allowing him more time for the things that matter.
In this thought-provoking episode, we are joined by Michael Sacasas, who wants us to reconsider the role of technology in our lives.
We are joined by award-winning medical educator Jillian Horton to discuss themes from her book, and the science and power of mindfulness.
A conversation with the author, journalist, and host of The Solo Collective podcast on solitary working – and why you need never be alone.