Episode 33 :: How to live a Wabi Sabi life
Beth Kempton is one busy woman! She runs three different businesses all of which offer tools, resources and online courses for living an inspired life.
Earlier in her career Beth worked with UN agencies, global brands, and NGOs all over the world, advising on corporate social responsibility and instigating projects that have raised over $10 million for charity. She also earned a Master’s degree in Japanese. Beth’s second book ‘Wabi Sabi: Japanese wisdom for a perfectly imperfect life’ (Piatkus) is out now. She shares lessons inspired by ancient Japanese wisdom, gathered throughout a twenty-year love affair with Japan.
We talk about how to sink into your own wisdom, how to following the labyrinth of life and to embrace the perfection in imperfection.
- Beth Kempton
- Beth on Instagram & Twitter
- Beth’s Facebook Live with her Editor Anna Steadman
- Beth’s three businesses: Do What You Love, Make Art That Sells, Make It In Design offer tools, resources and online courses for living an inspired life.
- She also co-leads an online membership for soulful women entrepreneurs called Hello Soul Hello Business.
- Sas’ Poem ‘At 3:42 on Tuesday afternoon she left her accidental seventeen-year career in the public service’
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