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Are You Living Out Your Calling?

I'm curious... When it comes to your work, in what way do you feel or think about it?  Is it a job for you that is a necessity like eating and sleeping?  Is it a career that is a stepping stone for you to another job?  Or is it your calling?  Your work is one of the most important things in your life to you and you are making the world a better place.

Many of us would like to be in the third category, but are stuck in the first or second one.  I know I was.  As a nurse, I knew I loved helping people.  I thought nursing was my calling.  Over time, I realized it was a stepping stone into my calling.  I do not regret becoming a nurse.  In fact, it has molded me into the person I am today.  What it has taught me most is how to empathize with others and self discipline.  If you are a nurse reading this, you know the discipline it takes to get through school, become a nurse, and put patients and their family first.  It's hard work!  Hard work, but very rewarding work.  

So how did I get to my calling?  Well I simply followed what I was most passionate about and that was health and fitness.  I actually wake up excited each day to workout and to challenge myself and take things to the next level with my fitness.  I love how strong I feel and how much more confident I am now in my skin.  I love the way I feel when I am fueling my body with clean foods.  I knew I wanted others to experience that very same feeling.

So I decided to become a Certified Personal Trainer and Online Heath and Fitness Coach.  Since then I have been able to help countless people get started on their healthy living journey.  I have also helped many women take things to the next level with their fitness and step on stage to compete in bikini competitions like myself!

Here's the deal guys.. if you are stuck in category one or two, I would love to help you live out your passion.  If you are a fit pro or enthusiast, healthcare professional, mom, wife, or just simply someone who is passionate about helping others and wants to better their own health, I would like to invite you to a special opportunity webinar tomorrow, April 26th at 830 PM EST.  I will share with you my full story of how I was able to replace my nursing job by following my passion and the in's and out's of what exactly a health and fitness coach does, common questions and start up cost.  There is no pressure to join.  This is just a chance for you to learn more and see if it is a good fit for you!

Steps to join:

1. Download the free zoom app to your phone. 

2. Click Join a Meeting.

3. Enter meeting ID: 963 810 138

See you there!




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