Kimberly Kessler didn’t finish college. When she was twenty-years-old, she landed an entry-level job at a local credit union which served as her on-the-job education. She grew up there, even met her husband there, and it’s where she learned to write and speak and teach. After climbing the corporate ladder for ten years, she developed a quiet unrest that grew into something much more. She realized time is truly our most precious commodity and needed to spend hers differently.
In October 2014, she quit her corporate job to be a stay-at-home-mom and pursue passionate projects. It has been the best decision of her life. Since that day she gained a son through open adoption, finished her first novel, and got to add TEDx speaker to her resume. Oh yeah, and her husband Adam quit his job to be a full-time stand-up comic. Together, they are seeking to live lives of purpose, on purpose, and desire to help others to do the same.