We recently sat down with the highly charismatic and inspirational Kimberly Fisher about her thoughts on her eclectic work schedule, what inspires her the most and who she would really love to work with. Here’s what she had to say:
Please introduce yourself to the readers:
Hello! My name is Kimberly Fisher. I am originally from Anchorage, Alaska. After living in Las Vegas and Los Angeles for several years, I am now based in NYC. I started my career as an actress and model, which eventually lead me to hosting and representing different companies around the work, in everything from spirits to health and beauty to high-tech. Currently I am freelance writing and hosting, a brand advocate for Remy Martin and Internet Entrepreneur as the founder of Jetsetera and co-founder of SpiritualSocialites.
What inspires you to do what you do?
Honestly, I’ve always done things that I was drawn to that were fun. Life is too short to be miserable doing anything you hate. When I sat down and really thought about what I wanted in life, it was very clear. I value freedom. I value love. I need connection. Sitting in a cubical all day dealing with numbers was never going to happen for me. I love people. I love animals. I love doing and being.
What has been one of the biggest achievements in your career so far?
I think creating an eclectic life that I love that fits my parameters is my biggest achievements. I get to work with brands that I love, travel to exotic places, explore new things, always learning and connect people on a spiritual level.
What projects do you have coming up?
Working on building SpiritualSocialites and producing our first event this summer, several brand events, samplings and trainings for Remy Martin and a handful of articles coming out in different publications. It’s also good to find me at www.KimberlyFisher.com or on Facebook (facebook.com/dear.kimb) or Instagram (instagram.com/kimberlyfisher1). I sometimes tweet, but I feel like I don’t have enough hours in the day to do everything.
What are your plans for the future?
Be happy. Travel. Write. Inspire.
What is your advice for other people?
Manage stress, because it will kill you…or at least make you look 10 years older. Live in love. Think outside the box. Surround yourself with those that inspire you…and get rid of all of the negativity that you can. Live in the moment. Don’t judge- yourself or others. Love yourself first, and everything will fall into place.