Originally coming from a career in management consulting, Amy became an entrepreneur after 50 and launched her business: the empathy-building app, Daily Haloha. Her goal is to solve the twin problems of social isolation and loss of empathy.
This month’s Spotlight on Kindness is Amy Giddon. Amy understands that to create harmony we must all hear one another and respect the song we all infuse into this world. Through her incredibly inspiring app, Daily Haloha, she is ensuring that HARMONY is alive and well in the world!
Typing “how to reduce time on social media” brings up 954,000,000 results in less than a minute. If you have tried to limit your time on social media and found that you can’t, or that it is really difficult, you are not alone.
COVID-19 has required us to keep our physical distance but it’s also connected us in new ways, and brought out our gentleness and generosity. Can we maintain our awareness of how interconnected we are?
After scrolling through your social media feeds, are you left feeling more connected? Understood? Understanding? Joyful? Or does the experience often leave you feeling more disconnected? Polarised? Confused? Divided, even? In this episode, we talk with Amy Giddon, co-founder and CEO of Daily Haloha – an application that aims to rekindle a sense of shared humanity and empathy through anonymity and curiosity.
The TypA Podcast – For & About Impact Entrepreneurs visits Daily Haloha founder Amy Giddon to discuss her journey creating tech as a non-technical founder, her dedication to support ambitious women in their careers, and her overall desire to help rekindle empathy.
Our mission is to rekindle empathy and connection to our shared humanity. Given how important it is for empathy-building to feel heard and to acknowledge to others that they too have been heard, for the latest release of Daily Haloha we created response stickers.