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The internet's favourite chart makers get emotional

Eat Sleep Work Repeat

Bruce Daisley

Workplace Culture, Social Sciences, Management, Work, Culture, Business, Science

4.7991 Ratings

🗓️ 14 July 2022

⏱️ 40 minutes

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Liz Fosslien is half of Liz and Mollie whose perceptive dissections of contemporary anxieties have won hundreds of thousands of fans. Liz talks through her process of creating these atoms of insight and how the response from viewers inspired them to write a new book about how to cope with the major emotions in our lives.

A lovely warm summer conversation. You can follow Liz and Mollie on social media - or buy their new book Big Feelings here

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I had a very nice time I went to Wimbledon a couple of times,


massive tennis fan.


My friend Matt won tickets in the ballot. I mean I say one, but you know, was able to buy tickets in their ballot and then a very kind person from the Law and Tennis Association, the LTA invited me along and I went along so I watched two days of tennis. On the first day of tennis


myself and Matt decided that we wanted to be instrumental in helping shape a wonderful day for everyone I created a chance well he wrote


the chant and I delivered the chance which was rather course and simple


nary nary nary ory ory oi oi oi and and it gave me immense


gave me immense pride that the chant was not only featured in articles in the sun, in the


Guardian on the BBC website


pretty much every bit of commentary.


Also, Cam Nari himself was asked about it and he said it was one of the highlights of the match.


One of the articles said at the start of the match a lone voice started a chant.


And in fact the critical thing is it did for Italian chaps came in we were quite near the back


for Italian chaps came in and while they didn't speak the best English I said to them


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