Embark on a transformative journey with Brad Barrett, co-host of Choose FI, in this podcast episode. Discover the power of consistent actions, entrepreneurship, and travel rewards.You’ll gain insights into the early days of online businesses, learning from unsuccessful ventures, and the importance of authenticity in success. Brad also reveals the key to finding mentors ahead of you on your journey and how a simple email led to the birth of Choose FI. Dive into Brad’s world of increasing your “surface area of luck,” harnessing the power of travel rewards, and simplifying life for financial independence. Learn to simplify your life and achieve financial independence. Join the adventure and start your path to success today!
Join us on this empowering episode about leaning out, where we dive deep into helping professional women reclaim their autonomy. Tune in as we share actionable insights and inspirational stories to guide you towards a life that truly reflects your values and aspirations. Don’t miss out on this transformative conversation
In this episode you’ll learn how to embrace the power of doing hard things. Our guest shares personal experiences and real-world examples to help you gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to do the hard things. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a student, or simply someone looking to grow and improve, doing hard things (AKA Adventure) is an essential part of the journey.
“How do your kids feel about the gap year?” Let’s have them tell you how they feel with a series of interviews with my kids. While the family behind Ordinary Sherpa is taking a gap year, Ordinary Sherpa is still focused on the human element of living a life adventure and all the ordinrary things we did to get here. Our gap year will also be filled with ordinary everyday adventures accessible to everyone. I hope this series exemplifies you don’t need to take a gap year to experience adventures with your kids.
I am officially a published author. My book Beyond Normal: a field guide to embrace adventure, explore the wilderness, and design an extraordinary life with kids is publicly available. While it is easy to think this is a summit experience, and I certainly am taking time to celebrate this accomplishment, I also know this is the beginning … Read more