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Is it possible to make a living out of your passion? Would you like to lead a meaningful life but aren’t sure how? Tune in to this fascinating conversation with author, speaker, teacher, adventure traveler, philanthropist, and leader Jeffrey Rasley. Jeff will talk about how his mountaineering trips to the Himalayas changed his outlook on life, and will provide insights on how to make a living doing what you love.

About Jeffrey:

At the age of 55, Jeffrey Rasley left his successful law practice for more satisfying nonprofit endeavors. He’s the president of the Basa Village Foundation USA Inc., and serves on the board of five nonprofit corporations.

In addition to 40+ articles, he’s written seven books, three of which are about combining adventure travel with philanthropy and living a meaningful life. His most recent book is Pilgrimage: Sturgis to Wounded Knee and Back Home Again, a Memoir. An adventurer by nature, Jeff leads trekking-mountaineering expeditions in Nepal and has solo-kayaked around several Pacific island groups.


This podcast was originally published at Magnificent Time.