A New Partnership Model with Nate and Kaley Klemp
“That conversation led us to the idea of: what’s a different way to do marriage? Especially against this backdrop of "we want to be equals, we want to be teammates, we want to be partners"—but also, we want to be in love.” - Kaley KlempKaley Klemp, an executive coach and expert in small-group dynamics and leadership development, and Nate Klemp, a prolific writer on the “inner technologies of the mind,” knew that traditional marriage models weren’t going to fit their busy modern lives. They struggled to divide work evenly, until they realized the stumbling block that trips up so many marriages: they were never going to feel like everything was equal. Instead, they discovered the power of radical generosity and shared success. Now they’re sharing their transformative ideas in the new book The 80/80 Marriage.Whether you’re in a decades-long marriage or happily single, everyone can benefit from hearing the Klemp’s remarkable new approach to relationships. Leaving behind unrealistic expectations and devoting ourselves wholeheartedly will help our relationships thrive and grow like never before.(2:58) - Tackling marriage(14:18) - Attempting 50/50(22:59) - Creating structure(30:42) - The under-contributor(34:21) - Redefining commitmentsNate Klemp is a writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur. He is the co-author, along with Eric Langshur, of the New York Times Bestseller Start Here: Master The Lifelong Skill of Wellbeing. He is also a weekly columnist for Inc. Magazine, and he is a founding partner at Mindful, one of the world's largest mindfulness media and training companies. Nate holds a BA and MA in philosophy from Stanford university and a PhD from Princeton university.An expert in small-group dynamics and leadership development, Kaley Klemp specializes in building trusting, synergistic teams that are able to achieve their strategic objectives – even in the face of challenging circumstances. A favorite with Young Presidents Organization (YPO) forums and chapters, Kaley has facilitated retreats for more than 200 member and spouse forums throughout the world. Kaley is a graduate of Stanford University, where she earned a B.A. in International Relations and an M.A. in Sociology, with a focus on Organizational Behavior.Do you want to unleash your inherent love and goodness, liberate yourself, and free humanity from the oppressive systems and structures we have created? We are here to support you in finding your fierce and loving life. Join us in Our Circle, a vibrant membership community rich in opportunities for engagement and transformation. Find out more at lolawright.com/our-circle.You can follow Lola Wright, on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter and learn more about my work at lolawright.com.Chicago born and built, Lola grew up in wealth and privilege, yet always sensed something was missing. She sought out aliveness and freedom in music, immersing herself in the hip hop and house music scenes of 90s Chicago. After finding herself on her own at 23, as the mother of two young children, she became determined to create a new experience.Lola is an ordained minister with a gift for weaving together the mystical and material, she served for many years as the CEO of Bodhi Center, an organization committed to personal transformation, collective awakening, conscious activism, and community-building. This podcast is produced by Quinn Rose with theme music by independent producer Trey Royal.If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to Find Your Fierce & Loving in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. Your reviews help others find the show.