Georgia Yexley: Professional disclosure & work/life balance

Episode 136
1h 5m | May 8, 2023

Episode 136 with Georgia Yexley.

“After my diagnosis, I was flooded with memories. There was all this footage that I was scrolling through and analyzing with a new lens.”

Georgia is an inclusive sustainable mobility expert and advocate based in London. Having worked with hundreds of cities across the globe on achieving their sustainable transport aims, she now advises the public, private, and third sector on achieving inclusive sustainable mobility, through her business, Loud Mobility.

Following the sudden loss of a loved one, Georgia went on a journey of self-discovery that led to her ADHD diagnosis. She wrote an open letter to her industry peers opening up about her experiences and diagnosis, and has begun the process of integrating this new awareness into her work. 

We talk all about the outcomes of her self-disclosure, her road to establishing professional boundaries, and how she manages work/life balance with her new business. 

Georgia shares how the best thing she gained from her diagnosis was a capacity for self-compassion she never realized was dearly lacking, and a greater awareness of how important it is to live in alignment with her values. 


Instagram: @georgia.yexley


Georgia’s open letter on LinkedIn

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