We sit down with Jennifer Louden and unpack some of the wisdom from her book, Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next. In this episode, hear what prompted her to write 'Why Bother', discover how to take advantage of quarantine, why we sh...
We sit down with Jennifer Louden and unpack some of the wisdom from her book, Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next. In this episode, hear what prompted her to write 'Why Bother', discover how to take advantage of quarantine, why we should create conditions of 'enoughness' in our lives, how to transcend labels that attempt to define you, as well as how you can attempt to answer this question for yourself.
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Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the concept of self-care with her first bestseller, The Woman’s Comfort Book. Since then, she’s written seven additional books on well-being and whole living, including The Woman’ s Retreat Book and The Life Organizer, with close to a million copies of her books in print in nine languages. Jennifer has spoken around the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and has written a national magazine column for a Martha Stewart magazine. She’s been profiled or quoted in dozens of major magazines; two of Brené Brown’s books, Daring Greatly and Dare to Lead; and appeared on hundreds of TV, radio shows and podcasts—even on Oprah.