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Title:
Blank: Why It's Fine to Falter and Fail, and How to Pick Yourself Up Again
Written by:
Giles Paley-PhillipsJim Daly 
Read by:
Jim DalyGiles Paley-Phillips 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
5 hours 53 minutes 
Published:
January 01 2022 
Available Date:
January 01 2022 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867590200 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Lifestyle - Wellbeing; Mind, Body & Spirit; Self Help 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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From Blank the podcast comes Blank: Why It's Fine to Falter and Fail, and How to Pick Yourself up Again, which explores many of the themes that crop up on the podcast with the best bits of advice from fantastic guests.

Everyone has those difficult blank moments sometimes. Whether in your personal life, career, relationship or in a public situation, writer's block, social anxiety, imposter syndrome, being off-form or having an identity crisis can affect anyone at any time. It's part of the human condition and yet it can throw us off course and make us feel helpless. Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host an informal, insightful podcast in which they chat to well-known people from comedy, acting, writing, broadcasting, politics and sports about their careers and how they get through when things aren't going to plan. Some of the recurring themes include public failure, social anxieties, fear, mental health, grief and more. Blank looks at the common experiences and lessons they've encountered while talking to guests such as Louis Theroux, David Harbour, Reginald D. Hunter, Jon Ronson, Dawn French, Rufus Sewell and Gary Lineker. Far from being setbacks, blank moments can be the impetus for clarity and creativity. Identify your blank moments and jump in – you never know what you might find.