The Kinfolk Entrepreneur – Ideas for meaningful work
By Nathan Williams
Encouraging its readers to live a self-contained, slow lifestyle, reconnect with the earth, shun technology where possible and drive a bit less – Kinfolk fast became a bible for an alternative aspirationalism based around distressed furnishing, the perfect coffee cup and a tad more mindfulness and style in your everyday life.
With their newest emission, i.e. The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, Ideas for Meaningful Work, they present an international perspective on innovative and ingenious business.
Nathan Williams and the Kinfolk team let us witness their visits to more than forty prolific entrepreneurs from around the world who put elbow grease into making business personal.
The carefully curated book with its clean design and photographic aesthetic explores how visionary ideas come to fruition, blossom and bloom into full blown careers.
The book is an ode to not only vision, values, significance and fervor being drivers but testament that inefficacy and setbacks equally as motivating for acknowledged achievement while maintaining an equilibrium at life.
Through astute accounts of exponents from the realms of engineering, promulgation, prevailing taste design and more The Kinfolk Entrepreneur documents the ambitions and realities of creative luminaries and self-made men / women.
Guidance and insights are shared and shall serve as a source of inspiration to carve your own entrepreneurial lane in life.
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