Kat’s Podcast – Episode no. 4
“This really has benefited my health: that I can decide now when I wanna work and on what topics I wanna work. This freedom has really helped me get better.”
My guest on the show today is Eileen, a freelance consultant and travel lover from Germany.
Eileen has overcome mental health issues, that stemmed from her physical environment as well as her work environment in India, and built up a new life of freedom and balance.
Our conversation is straight-forward and packed with practical tips – whether you’re contemplating that move from your 9-to-5 towards self-employment or whether you’re looking for ways to better deal with the stressors in your permanent job or as a freelancer. Despite the straight-forwardness, however, we won’t skip the yoga – because, it seems, this ancient lifestyle does play a major role in creating balance and setting yourself up for a freedom lifestyle!
We talk about:
- Eileen’s time in India & the mental health issues she’s overcome (3:00)
- The crucial part breath work has played in creating health &balance (9:30)
- Tips for you on how to calm down & center yourself (14:40)
- Tips on how to make that shift from 9-to-5 to a freer job & life (16:15)
- How to keep your balance while traveling (18:25)
- The “happy” shifts coming with living a freedom lifestyle (22:15)
- Eileen’s rediscovered longing for nature (24:22)
- Finances: How to sustain yourself when living a freedom lifestyle (27:55)
- Working efficiently so you can go back to your freedom faster (30:10)
- The “illusion” a lot of companies are still operating in (34:10)
- Connect with Eileen on Instagram
- Eileen’s freedom song: Phosphorescent – “Song for Zula”
- Music (Intro/Outro): Thanks to Analog By Nature. Credits:
cdk – Sunday by Analog By Nature (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license.
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