Life in Focus Podcast - Ep 12

We have a real treat for Episode 12 of Life in Focus and her name is Hilary Bromberg.

Hilary is a mover, a shaker, an author, speaker, evangelist, thought leader, sustainability expert, strategist, marketing expert and entrepreneur. Hilary is a FORCE OF NATURE. She is someone who has boldly crafted the life that was right for her, not once, but three times.

She has authored two books, one of which is still in the making, birthed two eco-conscious, socially responsible and value based companies  – Barefoot Provisions and Egg – and speaks eloquently about returning to our roots, reconnecting with what matters, and living in tune with who we are. I had the pleasure of talking with Hilary about the incredibly bold moves she has made in her life, the price you pay for just doing what seems right, and what it takes to make choices that are right for you. We also talk about parenthood and how that responsibility can shift how we craft our lives.

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Take home:

  • Right for you can and will change a lot throughout your life, you can make the change every time you need to.
  • It’s always a path, we are always growing and changing.
  • You don’t need to know how you story will end to start it! Have a vision of where you want to go and move towards that.
  • Fear and misery are signals for change that you can choose to listen to or allow to overpower you.
  • About overcoming your fears and making changes: “We are incredibly resilient. We’re creatures of habit, so we expect and want to do the same thing again and again and again, but we can adapt to almost anything.”
You don’t need to know exactly what you want, to get where you need to be, but you do need to understand what is right for you. Grab your FREE copy of the Focus Map and start building that definition.


About Hilary Bromberg:

derail hilary“Hilary Bromberg — a thought leader in sustainability and ancestral health — is Strategy Director / Principal at egg, a boutique Seattle-based brand communications and product development firm that works exclusively with sustainable brands. She is also a founder of Barefoot Provisions — a consciously curated online store for the primal foodie.
Hilary spent most of her life in the Northeast, where she was educated by Quakers, who literally taught her how to hug trees, and then at MIT and Harvard, where she was trained as a cognitive neuroscientist, and also picked up a degree in literature along the way.
After conducting far too much research in psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, she moved to NYC, where her background gave her an uncanny grasp of branding and marketing. After working as a strategic consultant, she became disillusioned with modern civilization and moved out to a high-desert yurt in New Mexico, where she got deep into all facets of primal living, and wrote a dystopic novel, A New You.
At egg, she has worked to build a diverse set of sustainable brands, from Nature’s Path and Earthbound Farms, to Traditional Medicinals and Energy Star. Hilary speaks widely about sustainability, ancestral health, culture change, food, branding and marketing — at conferences such as TEDx, Ancestral Health Symposium, Paleo f(x), Permaculture Voices, and Sustainable Brands. She is currently working on a non-fiction book about how to attain deep happiness in this modern world — Paleo Happiness: Beyond the Standard American Life. “

Where to find Hilary:
On the Web | On Twitter | On Facebook | On Instagram
| On Linkedin

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