I used to live in the ranks of corporate executives, but nowadays have a passion for helping life flourish. My eyes were opened to the world in ways I hadn’t expected while walking through the British countryside. For several months, my wife and I explored my old country, but in sharing stories with the people we met I found myself on a deeper journey to explore my own life. The blinkers I’d worn fell away and I saw the world and my part in it in a new light. That walk transformed my life and I’ve written Joining Loose Ends to tell the story. I hope you’ll read it, and you’ll certainly need to if you want to find out:
- How to walk out of a corporate career and find a life of purpose without trying
- About a clothing brand that is truly inspirational
- Why wolves and motorways can get under your skin
- How a pilgrimage to find good coffee in Britain can become an eternal quest
- How angels take their malt whisky
- What you can learn when you switch your mind off
- The café where people piss on capitalism after their coffee
- Just where 3.5 million footsteps will take you… and who you might meet
Read the book and find out all this stuff and so much more…
Early acclaim for Joining Loose Ends:
“Keith Badger has written a wonderful book. It was a marvellous achievement to accomplish the great feat of walking from John O’Groats to Land’s End. On top of that he has written an engaging and inspiring book. It was a joy to read and visualise them on the path.”
Satish Kumar – Editor Emeritus Resurgence
“Keith Badger has crafted a book I loved and did not want to put down. I laughed, I cried and I was part of those landscapes and weather. What a triumph!”
Diana Coverdale – Founder Soulcraft
To misquote George Bernard Shaw, “All progress depends on the ‘unconventional man’”. Keith found new understanding, new heart, new direction and new commitment, from a most unconventional walk. The challenge for all of us is to step out for a while and reflect on what really matters in this world.
Dr John Hewson AM – former Liberal party leader and professor ANU
Keith Badger has written a story of great importance in ‘Joining Loose Ends’, as it shows how important it is for us not to deny our inner promptings or intuition. The result has been a story of personal transformation: exactly what is needed if we are to both confront, and provide solutions to, the Anthropocene epoch that humanity and our Earth have now entered. The story is both well written and highly readable, and I recommend it highly. Badger evinces the courage to actually join the loose ends.
Charles Massy AOM PhD Author & Regenerative Farmer
On a high track where the air is fresh and the mind clear.