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Kayte Ferris on Questioning the "Should Dos" in Life & Work

Kayte Ferris is a creative business coach, writer, and podcaster who is fanatical about freedom— namely finding your own version of what freedom means to you and seizing that in your life.

She works with (mostly) women who know that their version of freedom means taking control of their work and time by starting their own business, and her role is to help them build a purposeful business that feels like them, with less ‘should dos’ and more soul.

In this episode, Kayte shares stories from her life and business, particularly about how she's been impacted by all the things she was always told she "should do." She talks about what happens when you follow the shoulds and realize you've built a life that's not actually yours, and we talk through some of her favorite reflection questions for getting unstuck and finding a path that feels true and purposeful for YOU.

I've been listening to Kayte's podcast for a while now, and I love her approach to intentional living as well as her honesty about how to balance routine/rigidity vs spontaneity. It was such fun to connect with her in this conversation and I hope you enjoy it just as much!

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