Joanne Mallon is an author, podcaster and one of the UK’s most experienced life and career coaches. She has featured in The Guardian, BBC News,The Independent, Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, The Mirror, Woman and Home, Spirit & Destiny, Psychologies, Red, London Evening Standard, Sainsburys magazine and many other publications and websites. Joanne has also appeared on BBC radio and many other international podcasts and radio shows.
Email email@example.com to arrange an interview or if you’d like Joanne to write for your publication, or do a talk or workshop.
For review copies of Joanne’s books please contact Summersdale publishers.
Joanne’s popular wellbeing podcast 5 Minutes to Change Your Life is available wherever you listen to podcasts. It was recently in the top 5 self improvement UK podcast chart, and top 3 Irish education podcast chart.
“A brilliant way to make changes one step at a time.”Woman magazine (recommended as one of its ‘riveting podcasts to enjoy during me-time’.)
“It’s a great way to make changes.”Woman’s Weekly magazine
“Useful bite-sized episodes”Woman and Home magazine
Recent press coverage:
Quiet quitting: The workplace trend taking over TikTok – BBC News
Insider tips from career coaches to boost your job hunt – The Big Issue
How to write a better to-do list – and actually get stuff on it done – Metro
How to get happy in five minutes flat – OK Magazine
Radio New Zealand interview on quiet quitting:
How to start weightlifting – Woman and Home
The new health trends of 2021 – Daily Telegraph
Job interview questions: What to ask and how to answer – The Big Issue
How to be proactive when you’re stuck at home – Huffington Post
What’s behind the rise in ‘driver anxiety’ – and how can you overcome it? – Daily Telegraph
Find Your Why – Natural Health Magazine (see below)
Interview on Just Women radio show about Change Your Life in 5 Minutes a Day
Interview on Just Women radio show about How to Find Joy in 5 Minutes a Day
Change Your Life in 5 Minutes a Day reviewed in Waitrose Weekend
Previous press coverage
“Taking the time out to focus on what I really, really want from a job and life is quite simply invigorating and I’m filled with a huge sense of ‘why on earth not?’….[After just one session with Joanne] my future feels like a blank canvas on which I can paint whatever I choose. I leave with a skip in my step taking in lungfuls of the change that’s suddenly blowing in the wind.”
–The Guardian (click here for the full article)
(BTW this session was conducted ‘blind’ in that the journalist was under cover and didn’t reveal that this was for an article for The Guardian until the next day. Ask Joanne if you want to hear the full story – it’s a good ‘un!)
“[My sessions with Joanne taught me that] you can’t expect the landscape to shift overnight, but what’s crucial is to work out how you’d like things to look, and once you know, don’t ever lose sight of that vista.”