A Journey from Performative to Authentic | Ep 3: Ted Donath:
After working for some of the world's largest brands and events, Ted returns to a farm in rural Georgia to redefine how he wants to spend his time.
Soon after Ted’s father died, he had what he called a "life revolution.” He quit his job in LA, sold his house, got re-married, and moved back to rural GA, all within a (pandemic) year. In our conversation, we talked about how performative experiences defined the early parts of his life until a series of back-to-back events occurred that created a new shift in his life. Finally, we discussed Ted’s path to finding his authenticity and happiness.
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