Storyteller with Lisa Golden


Can You Challenge Your Perceptions? | Writer, Podcaster and Coach Tiffany Philippou

Season 2, Ep. 4

How can we challenge our perceptions around work, love and life that may not be serving us?

Writer and podcast host Tiffany Philippou bases her various forms of storytelling from this perspective. From taking on the messy parts of work on her podcast Is This Working?, to her weekly newsletter, to working as a coach, Tiffany is looking for ways to make life better for all of us. 

We speak about Tiffany’s upcoming memoir, Unspoken: what one person’s death taught me about life, which covers the tragic death of her boyfriend in university by suicide and the decade that followed. 

Show notes:

Learn more about Tiffany Philippou at her website

Learn more about her upcoming memoir, Unspoken: what one person’s death taught me about life 

Follow Tiffany on Instagram here and on Twitter here

Listen to Is This Working? here

Sign up for The Tiff Weekly here

If you or anyone you know needs to speak to someone, you can phone the Samaritans in the UK at 116 123. 

If you’re in the US, The Naitonal Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255

And here is the handy Pomodoro timer! If you want to listen to last week's podcast with Sam Furness, have a listen here.

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