Beth Kempton is lifelong adventurer whose quest for freedom has taken her to the ends of the earth, and given her a catalogue of wild and crazy experiences.
Beth has lived, worked and travelled in 50+ countries on every continent. She has worked with UN agencies, global brands and NGOs all over the world, advising on corporate social responsibility, instigating projects that have raised over $10 million for charity and earning a Master’s degree in Japanese.
That was all before she founded Do What You Love, which delivers transformational online courses to help people find personal, professional and financial freedom.
Her new book is Freedom Seeker: Live More. Worry Less. Do What You Love.
It’s the story of a woman who went from high-spirited, risk-taking adventurer to grown-up, settled-down, stressed-out mother, wife and business owner, before realizing the life she had built was actually suffocating her.
Beth discovered she was far from alone, finding women everywhere feeling stuck, anxious, depressed, exhausted, disconnected and sad. Individually it was heartbreaking. Collectively it was a huge waste of potential. So she set out to change it.
Here’s my conversation with Beth Kempton, author of Freedom Seeker: Live More. Worry Less. Do What You Love, in episode 268 of Informed Choice Radio.
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