People told us we were sure to fail. And in retrospect I had no idea what I was doing. But I didn’t care. I made every mistake possible, and we almost went bankrupt multiple times. But by 2016 I had raised 5 rounds of financing and Kindara had become one of the top health apps in the world, helping millions of people connect with their bodies. We had a office in Boulder, a staff of 14, and were making seven figures a year in revenue.

It was a dream come true. A company nobody believed could succeed was succeeding. And even better we had inspired an entire cohort of female-focussed tech companies (now called FemTech). We had changed the world.

But there was a big problem. The more successful Kindara got the less I was enjoying the ride. In fact I was becoming more and more miserable and depressed. Something was still missing...