The Freedom Seeker Chronicles Podcast is your regular dose of brave stories, real inspiration, actionable advice, and great conversations hosted by Beth Kempton, founder of Do What You Love, author of Freedom Seeker: Live more. Worry less. Do what you love.
Kelsey Murphy on changing your life, fifteen minutes at a time
Big dreams take time, and sometimes can feel overwhelming. Today's guest shares how we can achieve anything when we focus on it for fifteen minutes at a time. Kelsey Murphy is a career strategist, certified life coach and founder of Whiskey and Work. Previously the Advertising Director for Nintendo and Elizabeth Arden, she now works with people all over the world to help them create a more fulfilling career and life. Some of her clients include the management of Facebook, Apple and TOMS. She’s also a snowboarder, a dreamer and a fresh air addict, and her positivity is contagious.
Kate Eckman on body confidence and bringing the joy
Kate Eckman is a plus size model, QVC TV presenter, motivational speaker and all-round joy bringer. Well-versed in the competitive nature of a career in modelling and TV presenting, Kate has learnt a lot about body confidence and self-compassion, and is sharing that with us today. She’s committed to helping others face up to their fears, own their stories and be comfortable in their own skin. We are talking about confidence, dealing with comparison and encouraging self compassion. Listen in, you’re in for a treat…
Kelly Rae Roberts and Mati Rose McDonough on life, art-making, friendship and all the things
For many many people, living a creative life, and making their living that way, is a dream. For today's guests Kelly Rae Roberts and Mati Rose McDonough, it's the life path they have chosen. It hasn't always been easy, but their friendship has played a huge part in keeping them inspired and motivated through the good times and the tough times. I am especially delighted to have them on the show, together, because of the pivotal role they have played in my life. Get yourself a cuppa and pull up a chair. You'll feel like you are round the kitchen table with these inspiring ladies...
Brandon Evans on getting lost and finding meaning
What happens when you chase financial success, achieve it and then realise that things don't feel quite as good as you thought they would? Brandon Evans is the CEO and co-founder of 1Heart, a conscious start-up studio who found out the answer the hard way. Brandon previously built two $100 million companies, but after achieving financial success, he woke up one day lost and began a spiritual journey which he chronicled in his first Medium article entitled, ‘Lost on purpose’. That went instantly viral and he has since founded 1Heart with his best friend, with the goal of helping entrepreneurs to find their path and build conscious companies. I talked to Brandon about finding real meaning, and keeping it real.
Lilla Rogers on thriving in a creative career
Lilla Rogers is one of the world’s top art agents, who happens to be both a badass businesswoman and a deeply intuitive spiritual person. Lilla is a brilliant example of blending the two, and she trusts much of her three decades of success to trusting her gut. Lilla’s love for art led her to a hugely successful illustration career in New York in the 1980s, but it’s the entrepreneurial gene she inherited from her parents that led her into the agency business. Her agency, Lilla Rogers Studio, has sold art for products worth over $200 million. But what I love most about Lilla is that she is a true champion of women, especially those in business. Personally, as a co-founder of MakeArtThatSells.com (MATS) with Lilla, I am honoured to call her both business partner and friend, and am excited to co-teach with Lilla on our upcoming MATS MBA (Money BadAss) money course for creative people. This episode is full of sparkling gems of wisdom for living a creative life and making a living doing it, from someone who has been around the block and back again. Get ready to be inspired!
Tina Chantrey on mindful running and how it healed her after divorce
For many many people, running is more than just a sport. It’s time alone, it’s meditation, it’s pushing your body and mind to its limits or it’s connecting with a tribe of people who love it too. It might be all of those things and more.
For one runner and sports journalist Tina Chantrey, running is a coping mechanism and stress reliever that has pushed Tina through difficult times – getting divorced and navigating a new life as a single mum.
Whether you’re a novice runner or a marathon lover, this interview with Tina will highlight just how important it is to find what it is that releases stress within you and practice it day after day.
If you’ve been intrigued about how running might be able to help you but aren’t sure how to keep it up or get started, listen in for lots of tips on what you may be doing wrong. It all starts with reframing your thoughts about what “running” is and what you’re expecting of yourself…
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So good. Incredible guests doing amazing things. Beth’s interview technique is a breath of fresh air. Really letting her guests really open up and speak. Awesome.