You may already know me as the nutrition coach who works with high-achieving (amazing!) men and women who are ready to get down to biz and change their life in a big, huge way.
But there’s more to my story.
The raw, honest truth of it is that there was a time, where I struggled to find the balance I needed – so much so that I could have demolished my dream. I had been dragging myself out of bed at 4:00 am and pulling 15 hour work days for the past 8 years.
What do you call it when you pass the burnt-out stage? That was me.
This is what I now refer to as my entrepreneurial rock bottom.
“You are supposed to hustle, and it’s supposed to do the grind. Everyone feels like this, it’s normal – get it together or you’ll never be successful.” These were the detrimental things I told myself, while at the same time wondering why I was still struggling when so many other business men and women walked around with confidence and oozing success.
There is this belief in our society that tells us that in order to be a successful in business we cannot also take care of ourselves at the same time. That there is simply not enough time in the day to both be healthy and be successful. I call bullsh*t, in fact, I believe the opposite is true.
If we want to stand in our truth, create impact in the world, and feel the success that our hard work warrants then we have no choice but to also learn how to take care of our body and mind at the same time. If we don’t, we will never reach our true potential. This is what I did for myself, and it’s what I want to do for you, too.
I have helped hundreds of entrepenuers transform their relationship with food, and with themselves, which allowed them to step into their best-self and create a life they were obsessed with.
It’s your time.
You don’t want to wait until you cross the finish line before you give yourself permission to start feeling amazing. Listen, you already are amazing! And you deserve to feel it – right now.
I know you’re ready to step into the life of a high-achieving who has it all. Being happy and being successful are not mutually exclusive – you can have both. And you should.