Balancing Business and Personal Well-being: Insights from Kathryn Farrell on Growthwell

April 25, 2024
Josh Byrd


In the latest episode of the Growthwell podcast, host Josh Byrd engages with Kathryn Farrell, CEO and Co-Founder of Scopa Health, in a thought-provoking discussion on maintaining a healthy balance between business and personal well-being. This conversation provides the setting against a backdrop where business leaders increasingly recognize the importance of well-being alongside professional success.

Farrell shares her multifaceted life as a clinician, entrepreneur, mother, and former athlete, providing insights into how she juggles these roles while prioritizing her health and happiness. The episode delves into her journey from medical school rejections to finding fulfillment in anesthesiology and entrepreneurship. Farrell’s story is a compelling narrative of adapting to life’s challenges and finding success by embracing one’s passions and maintaining balance. This episode focuses on the strategies that help one thrive in a competitive business environment and the personal practices that support sustained well-being and productivity.

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