Conversations with the Not-So-Famous Achievers

Beth Fisher, Author

January 20, 2022


Beth Fisher is an author, speaker, and transformational coach with a passion for helping others overcome adversity. With what she calls a “checkered resume,” Beth helps bridge the gap between making decisions based on what others expect and instead, living life remorselessly, based on who God created you to be. She is a passionate inspirer of people, especially those seeking to understand their true meaning and calling within their lives.


A leukemia-survivor and avid marathoner, Beth is also a business leader who spent over twenty-five years in corporate sales, leading thousands of people within some of the largest Fortune 500 companies to identify and execute process improvement. During the course of that career is when she finally recognized what she had truly been doing all along was teaching humans how to show up on their own personal process improvement journey.


Her strong business acumen, coupled with a deep desire to help others traverse difficult situations, is what led her to resign from the for-profit world and write her first published book, Remorseless: Learning to Lose Labels, Expectations, and Assumptions—Without Losing Yourself. She has since published a second book, a companion guide entitled, The Remorseless Workbook: A Journey to Losing Labels, Expectations, and Assumptions—And Finding Yourself.


Beth now serves as the Chief Advancement Officer for Mel Trotter Ministries, a non-profit that exists to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus for anyone experiencing hunger and homelessness. She holds two master’s degrees in Theology and speaks and preaches frequently. As a certified Holistic coach, Beth also teaches leadership and development programs to groups or in 1:1 settings for individuals looking to get unstuck on their journeys.


Lastly, she hosts a syndicated TV show, Remorselessly Biblical, on Women’s Life Network and is the host of The Remorseless Podcast. Beth loves to read, write, run and spend time with her husband, Ryan, and their three adult kiddos.


All that to say, Beth loves Jesus & people!


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