A manifesto for staying human on the internet by Sunday Times bestselling business author and internationally renowned podcast host, Emma Gannon.
OUT NOW: The new book by Sunday Times bestselling author, Emma Gannon
I love Emma Gannon's wise and refreshing perspective on work, and more broadly on the challenges of building a meaningful life in an era of distraction, overwhelm and uncertainty. - Oliver Burkeman, New York Times Bestselling author of Four Thousand Weeks
A sensible, kind and useful book about forging a healthier relationship with social media. - Marian Keyes, Sunday Times Bestselling author
__________ Millennials might have grown up online but now they want to log off. And it's not just millennials. A year of lockdowns, Zoom meetings and reduced physical contact has made us more dependent on the internet than ever before - but has it lost its humanity?
Our focus on community and real connection has been sent off-course and we're becoming more aware of how the algorithm manipulates us and how our data has made us a product to be sold. So, where do we go from here and how can we get back on track? (Dis)connected examines these topics and offers tangible tips and advice for those of us who might feel a little lost right now and want to find themselves again.
Emma Gannon is a cordial and provocative spirit. Read her, listen to her, explore her world and the world at large through her eyes. Hers is a journey well worth taking. - Julia Cameron, New York Times Bestselling author of The Artist's Way
Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the No. 1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete.
The Multi-Hyphen Method - a manifesto for crafting a career on your own terms - became an immediate Sunday Times business bestseller. After the book's publication, she was selected in the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list, Management Today's '35 Under 35, and The Telegraph's 'Millennials To Watch'. To date she has published three works of non-fiction and her debut novel, Olive.
Her WEBBY-nominated podcast Ctrl, Alt, Delete is a non-traditional careers podcast founded in 2016. It won Best Business Podcast at the Vuelio Awards in 2019 and has had nearly 8 million downloads in 100 countries, with guests including the philosopher Alain de Botton, activist Rachel Cargle and cleaning guru Mrs Hinch.
Emma writes a weekly newsletter called The Hyphen that is an exploration of ideas that have got her thinking in new ways, and an online book club, The Hyphen Book Club.
Find her online: twitter @emmagannon / Instagram @emmagannonuk