Natalie Sisson's Quest for Freedom - Experiments in Personal, Physical, Lifestyle, Relationship and Financial Freedom.
About This Show
After 7 years of being obsessed with freedom, bestselling author, TEDx speaker and Chief Adventurer of the multiple six-figure business 'The Suitcase Entrepreneur', Natalie Sisson realised even though she had finally earned a ton of freedom, she didn't truly understand what it meant.
So in 2017 she is embarking on a Quest for Freedom, designed to help her, and you, discover what freedom really means.
She's taking a business sabbatical, and putting all her years experience of coaching others to build freedom businesses, into the hands of her small but talented team, her systems and sales funnels, to see if they will stand the test of time, so that Natalie can fire herself from her business in April.
Join Natalie on her year of becoming a student of life. Each season she'll experiment with a new facet of freedom including personal, physical, relationship and financial freedom, with herself as the guinea pig. Full details at http://nataliesisson.com.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 8: Decluttering and Packing Light
"The thing is we were brought up and we look after our things - clothes, anything. Every time we moved we would take it with us but you didn't wear it or you didn't use it. There comes a time when you say, "Right. Out." And that's what happened. I think we all have too much these days." Those were wise words from my Mom who I decided to bring on for Season 1 Episode 8 of Quest for Freedom. This topic and this podcast today is all about the art of minimalism and freeing yourself from stuff. If there's one person who knows how to do that, it's this girl (my Mom). So I think it's a really important topic because whenever I am offloading stuff out of my suitcase in my life I feel so much freer. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulder. Which brings me to Christmas time last year when I gave my sister and my brother-in-law the Christmas present of my time. And what I said I'd do for them is help them clear out their garage. Now I have to say the garage was a complete and utter mess. There was so little room in there, there certainly were no cars, they were just all their stuff. Now Zander has 3 kids from a previous marriage and now they have my lovely nephew, Morgan and so as a family you do absolutely need more stuff. I can't take that away from them. I know I see people with babies and they are like, "Oh it's just everytime I go out I just have to bring all these extra stuff." So I feel for those people. I haven't yet experienced that and I get it. But this garage was a piece of art. There was every single thing in there that you could possibly imagine. So they were thrilled needless to say that that was my Christmas gift to them. So in January we set about uncluttering the garage. Debbie has been attempting to get Zander and their two to do that but ultimately a lot of this was his stuff and I think it's one of those jobs that you can't take it on by yourself. You've got to do it as a team. You've got to do it as a family. When we started I knew that Debs would be okay with being a little bit ruthless with stuff but I wasn't sure about Zander. And it happened pretty early on. I'm sure he is fine with me telling this story but I was starting to take stuff out. So we had a back of the car that we are going to put stuff in. And then I started moving stuff out and then I checke
Rated 5 out of
Loving Natalie Sisson & The Suitcase Entrepreneur
Definitely love Natalie Sisson's podcast The Suitcase Entrepreneur and look forward to each new episode (sometimes it's hard to wait a whole week). Episode 99 was a favorite with Greg Denning and his stories about traveling the world as a family - something Stacia Loo and I aspire to do as well.
Hoping Natalie will allow us to interview her in a couple weeks when we are in Vancouver BC for her workshop.
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 5 out of
Being authentic & creating a community
I really love this podcast! It is smart, interesting and definitely pushed me to ask the right questions in my life. Now, I'm big steps ahead of where I started and I really think it is thanks to Natalie. There are just few powerful kickass women and I really love her approach. If you like an authentic voice without being dogmatic this podcast is for you.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of
Love this show!
Natalie always brings great guests on and is spot on with her questions. I love listening to this podcast and I always learn something new that I can implement in my own business.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of
Gets me excited for my future
Natalie's show is gets me excited for the day and for my future. She offers really great advice and gets my inner child dreaming again. A must listen!
Date published: 2014-05-07