Jess Glynne: Gut instinct, grief, and f*****g up
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Change is scary but liberating. Grief has galvanised musician Jess Glynne, changing her outlook on life and making her more fearless.   In this chat with Fearne, Jess explains why learning that life is short has helped her trust her gut and make decisions that really serve her personally and professionally, rather than internalising other people’s feedback.   Fearne and Jess also talk through how to forgive both yourself and others for f*****g up. We’re all going to make mistakes, so they chat about how we can give each other some grace and a space to learn, rather than creating a culture of fear.   Jess’ new album – Jess – is out on April 26th, and her latest single, Enough, is out now. Listen to Glennon Doyle's episode of Happy Place here!   Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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