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  • The Heart of It podcast takes a closer look at the working lives of creative and innovative individuals. Each week host Cate Sevilla explores her guest’s relationship with their work, getting to the heart of what it is they do – and why they do it. 

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  • Episode 10: Sarah Ellis & Helen Tupper, Authors and Business Owners

    Mar 4 2021

    Sarah Ellis and Helen Tupper founded the company Amazing If, which focuses on making work better for everyone, and wrote the number 1 Sunday Times Best-Selling business book, The Squiggly Career: Ditch the Ladder, Discover Opportunity, Design Your Career. In this episode I talk with Sarah and Helen about their own squiggly careers, and what it’s like to work together and write together as a business duo who are also best friends. They also share with us how they both manage their own mental health and confidence  gremlins at work. Plus, of course, we discuss what’s ultimately at the heart of their work both at Amazing If, and on an individual basis.


    You can follow The Heart Of It on Instagram, and you can buy my book 'How To Work Without Losing Your Mind' at all good bookshops. The Heart Of It is produced by Cate Sevilla and Hannah Varrall, and edited by Hannah Varrall.




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    52 mins
  • Episode 9: Gena-mour Barrett, Writer and Presenter

    Feb 25 2021

    Gena-mour Barrett is a writer, TikTok star, and the Creative Editorial Manager at Netflix UK where she presents both the Netflix IX video interview series, and the 10/10 Would Recommend podcast. In this episode I talk to Gena about how she found her comedic voice on TikTok – where she’s known as @SmileGena – and we also have a really candid conversation about how grief and childhood trauma have informed her sense of humour and style of writing, and how satire has been beneficial to her own mental health. Plus, of course, we discuss what’s ultimately at the heart of her work.


    You can follow The Heart Of It on Instagram, and you can buy my book 'How To Work Without Losing Your Mind' at all good bookshops. The Heart Of It is produced by Cate Sevilla and Hannah Varrall, and edited by Hannah Varrall.


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    49 mins
  • Episode 8: Louisa Maycock, Entrepreneur

    Feb 18 2021

    Louisa Maycock is the founder and owner of Girls On Tops – the t-shirt company that celebrates women in film. In this episode I talk with Louisa about the realities of running a business, getting comfortable with unexpectedly becoming an entrepreneur, as well as the magic and genius of Greta Gerwig. We also chat about the process of how her iconic, white t-shirts with the names of filmmakers emblazoned across them are actually made. Plus, of course, we discuss what’s ultimately at the heart of her work.


    You can follow The Heart Of It on Instagram, and you can buy my book 'How To Work Without Losing Your Mind' at all good bookshops. The Heart Of It is produced by Cate Sevilla and Hannah Varrall, and edited by Hannah Varrall.


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    40 mins

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The Heart of It podcast takes a closer look at the working lives of creative and innovative individuals. Each week host Cate Sevilla explores her guest’s relationship with their work, getting to the heart of what it is they do – and why they do it. 

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