Hollywood Icon Geena Davis Reveals How The #MeToo Movement Changed Her Life

Can clearing your mind of fears and insecurities unleash your own kind of superpower?

Joining Sarah Grynberg is two-time Academy Award-winner and author Geena Davis, best known for her roles in Thelma & Louise, A League Of Her Own, Beetlejuice and The Accidental Tourist.

In this in-depth conversation, Geena discusses being diagnosed with ADD in her 40’s, how the #MeToo Movement forever changed her view of the film industry, and the impact her friendships with Susan Sarandon and Dustin Hoffman had on her life.

If you are on a path to rediscovering your own authenticity and wish to learn how to finally stand up in your truth, let this inspirational chat (and Geena’s words of strength) teach you how you can harness an even greater ripple effect – by showing up in the world and sharing your truth with others.

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Who is Sarah Grynberg?

Having made her start in breakfast radio, Sarah Grynberg has spent a large part of her career behind the microphone.

Since launching her podcast, A Life of Greatness, back in 2019, Sarah’s had numerous, in-depth conversations with some of the world’s most influential thought-leaders and celebrities, including the likes of Esther Perel, Matthew McConaughey and the late, great Olivia Newton-John.

If you’re looking to open your mind and make your life more fulfilling (while learning more about some of the world’s most beloved personalities), follow the A Life Of Greatness playlist on LiSTNR and catch new episodes, released every Tuesday.