Emotional Labor with Gemma Hartley

Fed up?
Burnt out?
Feel like if you don’t ask, it will never get done?
Sick of doing it all?
Have you heard of emotional labor?
Don’t miss this episode!
I interview Gemma Hartley, the author of the book FED UP and boy do we dive in!

Listen in to learn why:emotional labor with Gemma Hartley

  • delegating is not the answer,
  • help is a taboo word in her house, and
  • why the answer is not lowering your standards or just “letting it go”,
  • how to start to shift the balance, and much more

Gemma Hartley

Gemma Hartley is a freelance journalist, speaker and author of Fed Up: Emotional Labor, Women and the Way Forward.

She has spoken on the topic of emotional labor around the world, from corporate conferences to festivals at the Sydney Opera House. Her writing has been featured in outlets including Harper’s Bazaar, Women’s Health, Glamour, The Washington Post, CNBC, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Teen Vogue, and The Huffington Post.

She is passionate about creating a more equitable world in which invisible labor is valued and supported by both personal partners and public policy alike.

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