Saturday 17th February 12pm / Studio Hub


Our obsession with achievement is a trap. This is how to break free with best-selling author Emma Gannon

An interview with Emma Gannon, best-selling author, novelist and columnist about how to let go of seeking outside validation and find a path that makes your heart leap.

How to set goals that are ambitious but not overwhelming
Why the ‘tick-box’ moments in life often feel anticlimactic
How to break free from comparison and the endless pursuit of more

Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times bestselling author, broadcaster, speaker, novelist and host of the no. 1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete. She has been a columnist for The Times, Telegraph and Courier magazine. Emma has published five bestselling books to date, including The Multi-Hyphen Method; Sabotage and Disconnected. Emma writes a popular weekly newsletter for thousands of curious readers called The Hyphen that is an exploration of ideas that have got her thinking in new ways. In 2018, she was selected in the Forbes 30 under 30 list in media and is proud to be an ambassador for The Princes Trust and World Literacy Foundation.

Performance Dates and Times

Saturday 17th February 12pm


Standard: £9.00


Running Time: TBC

Your Visit

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