This week one of my all-time favourite interviews came out. I sat down with the author and wonderful mind that is Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie for my Bloomberg interviews programme. I have had the pleasure of interviewing her before but never in person.
Your article popping into my inbox on a Saturday morning is a highlight every week. You make me think, cry, empathise and most importantly your thoughts challenge me in the best way every time! I have stories to tell but like your friend, I hold back right to the end (If I say it at all!), which doesn’t fit, as I believe myself to be a straight talking Northerner too! I’m going to live up to that and try to be more open, more direct and more specific….. and I eagerly await next week’s email.
Thank you. Happy Saturday x
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A great piece to read. It’s also something that I’ve considered particularly coming out of social isolation during lockdown and having to reconnect with friends over this last year, ‘platitudes and east content’ seem to be the order of the day and honestly i’m finding myself totally switching off from some people who don’t appear to have anything to say beyond that. I’m purposefully asking deeper questions to illicit exactly that reconnection you’re talking about, so needed after being separated from people for so long. Can’t won’t out if people are just out of practice telling interesting anecdotes, or maybe they never did and I’m only just noticing lol!
Spot on Emma. Really helpful advice - thank you