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Freedom Seeker: Live More. Worry Less. Do What You Love. by [Beth Kempton]
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Freedom Seeker is a modern-day manifesto for those who seek to make the journey from trampled and trapped to alive and free. ― Jonathan Fields, author of How to Live a Good Life and Founder, Good Life Project

Women too often find themselves trapped by their own expectations, the expectations of others, and the pursuit of conventional - often materialistic - success. As they become increasingly imprisoned and weighed down by obligations, guilt, rules and the pressures of modern life, women see their early potential and ideals evaporate. Freedom Seeker offers a way out: an invaluable road-map to help women recognize the problem, trust their own instincts and, ultimately, break free. -- Carol Bellamy, former Executive Director of UNICEF

We live in times when building a career on our core values and vision (rather than on ones being dictated to us), is becoming increasingly possible. Beth is one of the pioneers in this new heady world of escapees and freedom seekers. The misconception that seeking freedom or escaping is running away from reality couldn't be further from the truth. Seeking freedom is finding one's true north. It is a struggle, and one of the most important journeys you'll ever take. Beth is the perfect guide for your most important quest yet. -- Ben Keene, Head of The Escape School, Founder of Tribewanted & Rebel Book Club

The search for a life we will love, not a life we have 'done', is not always linear. Enter Freedom Seeker and with it a safe pair of hands, a fresh new voice and above all, a well-lit path to find your way. Part toolbox, part wise tome and many a hilarious, honest missive in between, Beth Kempton's Freedom Seeker is a correction of the flawed reliance on the generic prescription of "happy... now!" Instead this book takes you on a personal journey to find your own curvy, bumpy line to your true self, and what you love. -- Sarah Dickinson, Co-Founder & Managing Director, THNK The School of Creative Leadership

Beth Kempton is a warrior against cynicism. In her quest to find the keys to freedom, Beth has found many inspirational tales of other people breaking the chains of routine and finding the path to a better life. Impossible to be cynical about that! -- Ollie Stone-Lee, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

In Freedom Seeker, Beth Kempton examines the intricacies of a complex universal experience that often goes agonizingly unspoken: feeling trapped. Through personal reflection and shared stories, she opens our eyes to transformative ways to discover - or rediscover - the feeling of what it means to be free. With each chapter Beth graciously hands us the very keys to open our own cages, allowing us to liberate ourselves, unfurl our wings and fly! -- Tracey Clark, author of Elevate the Everyday: A Photographic Guide to Picturing Motherhood

It is seldom you get to read something so beautifully written and filled with immeasurable and unconditional inspiration as Freedom Seeker. Not only will you read Beth Kempton's book once, you will underline the words that speak to you, memorize the passages that are vital to your wellbeing, and read it again and again when you are wandering or lost and need a friend to help you find your way. It is an honour for me to highly recommend, even insist, that you add it to the list of well-read books in your library. -- Jo Packham, Editor-in-Chief, Where Women Create, Where Women Cook & Where Women Create Business

Although I already do what I love, there are still times I want to 'live more and worry less'. Freedom Seeker came at just the right moment. With practical and inspiring tasks Beth helped me think about what matters most in life. She showed me how to free myself from my daily routine, be more aware of the choices I have and make life more fulfilling and inspirational. -- Irene Smit, Creative Director, Flow magazine

Freedom Seeker speaks to the expansive spirit in all of us that sometimes gets crushed by the pressures of daily life, or suppressed by fear. This book will show you how to liberate that spirit, and be truly happy living in alignment with your heart. -- Amy Butler, designer, author and creator of Blossom magazine

When I quit my corporate job to pursue my passions I thought I'd automatically freed myself from the cage of external expectations. But just like with Beth Kempton's story and those of her featured Freedom Seekers, I needed to define what freedom really meant to me so I could eventually free myself. Beth's tested framework and Freedom Keys serve as a valuable guide and companion on the journey to finding your flock and taking flight. -- Jennifer Lee, author of The Right-Brain Business Plan

So there I was. Fluent speaker of Japanese, interpreter for royalty and elite athletes. I'd gaily tackled conferences with world leaders, but I was in a crumpled heap, feeling utterly overwhelmed by my own tiny baby. Odd, isn't it, that the whole new world of possibilities that comes with giving birth can actually make a new mother feel trapped. It wasn't until a long time later that I managed to re-learn from my children the art of existing in the moment. How I wish Beth had crafted this book years ago, so I could have learned the secrets of her Freedom Keys and managed to learn how to feel free in the moment much, much earlier. In a book that is truly supportive and brimming over with personal anecdotes, Freedom Seeker will help you discover how to become the best version of yourself. Just like on a plane, when you should fit your own oxygen mask before assisting children, you can't help others until you've sorted yourself out. In this book Beth has given us a feather on our paths, to remind us to pause, and help us become infectiously magnificent: the best example for our children. -- Hilary Frank, Mayor of Saltash (who, blessed with Beth’s friendship, still loves jumping in muddy puddles)

Life doesn't always turn out how we expect or hope. Freedom Seeker provides the tools to recalibrate how you look at your life journey, and break free from the constraints of your subconscious mind so you can soar. -- Leyla Hutchings, Trustee, Surrogacy UK

Freedom Seeker made me truly appreciate that I am the one person who can unburden myself of any constraints that I have unconsciously placed on myself over the years. This book is empowering and uplifting. -- Carol Couse, sports lawyer

As someone who cares deeply about making a difference in the world while also being incredibly career driven, I found Freedom Seeker a go-to for approaches, perspectives and solutions for taking the next steps in my life. The stories and advice are amazing tools for those struggling to find the right balance personally and professionally. -- Alexandra Chalat, World Economic Forum Global Shaper, businesswoman, sports and social change specialist

Freedom Seeker reveals an uplifting and vulnerable journey. Each step of the way I was left with a sense of freedom to truly live into my soul's calling and desire. A brilliant book. -- Lara Tabatznik, Founder, 42 Acres

Beth knows all about achieving astonishing success, but she also understands that even in the midst of outward accomplishments, one can feel trapped in a cage of responsibilities. There is often a need to recalibrate and get back to a sense of freedom. This is the perfect guide for that. I wish I had had a book like this at various junctures in my own career! -- Lilla Rogers, Founder, Lilla Rogers Studio
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

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. She loves nature, good food, laughing and chocolate. She lives England with her husband and two sweet girls who have shown her what freedom really means. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Product details

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01MZX16KV
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Hay House UK (4 April 2017)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1962 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 305 pages
  • Customer Reviews:
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日々是好日 - Every day is a good day (Zen proverb)

Beth Kempton is a Japanologist and a bestselling self-help author and writer mentor, whose books have been translated into 24 languages. She has had a twenty-year love affair with Japan, and has made it her work to uncover life lessons and philosophical ideas buried in Japanese culture, words and ritual. Beth has two degrees in Japanese and has a rare understanding of Japanese cultural and linguistic nuances. She is also a qualified yoga teacher and Reiki Master, trained in the Japanese tradition in Tokyo.

Beth also has an incurable addiction to chocolate and Japanese stationery. She lives a slow-ish life near the sea in Devon, England, and is currently working on her fifth book, 'Kokoro: Japanese wisdom for a life well-lived', a follow up to her earlier bestseller 'Wabi Sabi'.

As a mentor, Beth offers support and inspiration to writers and dreamers, teaching how words and ideas can heal, inspire, uplift, connect, and help us make the most of our time in this beautiful world. She is also founder of Do What You Love, a company which produces and delivers inspiring online courses for living well, with over 100,000 alumni and a community of 250,000 people worldwide.

Beth is the mother of two small girls who fill her with joy every single day.

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