In the latest episode of 10q Interview I talk to the co-founder of Interlude, the very charming and insightful, Caitlin Rozario.
We talked about so much in this episode and Caitlin was about as open and candid as they come.
Caitlin shared the incredible story of waking up blind at 18 and how it has led her to on a journey to found her start up Interlude with her partner Will.
From there, the topics went far and wide, from her thoughts on productivity to invisible illnesses, unconscious bias to endometriosis. We also covered therapy, her curious mind and love of learning, sexism fundraising, ableism and the very much misunderstood Ann of Cleeves.
There’s a lot of takeaways in this episode so feel free to share it with someone you think would benefitting from hearing it..
It was fantastic chatting to Caitlin and I know you are going to thoroughly enjoy listening to what she has to say.
Go give Caitlin a follow (Instagram – LinkedIn), say hi and let her know what you thought of the episode.
Links from the episode:
New York Times article (paywalled)
The Science of well being – Yale University
Languishing YouTube Video – Adam Grant