Listen in as Amy joins Traci on this week’s podcast to discuss self-growth and connective consciousness while sharing her inspirational journey as a listener with Sidewalk talk and as an entrepreneur chasing her life goals!
On the podcast Turning the Tables, Amy joins Peacebeam founder, Jane Murray, to talk about why kindness can save us all.
How do you know you're on the right career path? After working as an executive and management consultant, Amy Giddon was inspired by a wall filled with post-its in a subway in New York to start her own business and create the daily self-reflection app Daily Haloha. Listen to the Bliss Bean to hear Amy discuss this (and so much more!) with Beatrice Naujalyte.
Join Baily and Amy as they talk about Daily Haloha's mission to rekindle empathy and enable humans to connect more deeply to ourselves and others, every day.
Amy joins Dr. D to discuss her decision to leave her career in management consulting, financial services, and women's leadership and focus on the twin problems of social isolation and loss of empathy.
In this episode of What's Betwixt Us, Amy Giddon chats with Lyssa Mandel about the story behind Daily Haloha, how using it promotes empathy and positivity, the importance of connecting with one another globally, and what inspired her to be a pioneer for empathy. What’s Betwixt Us is powered by zanie, designed to build trust and authentic human connection in remote workspaces. More at zanie.app.
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.
In this episode of the "Badass Women" podcast Amy talks about the inspiration behind her new app, how it serves to humanize and uplift us in a time when we need it more than ever, and what it was really like to reinvent herself.
From SHIPS: The Vessels for a Meaningful Life. A podcast series with Pat McAndrew.