Growing up, I was always interested in living healthily and doing sports. Unfortunately, my family wasn't supportive, especially my dad. He was completely focused on work and never took care of his own health. As a result, he developed diabetes.
That experience showed me how important it is to balance work and wellness. When I entered the professional world, I realized that many people were like my dad, ignoring their health and well-being. This frustrated me, and I wanted to do something about it.
That's why I decided to become a health coach. I invested in my education, gained experience and dedicated myself to helping others improve their health and habits.
Now, 10 years later, I can honestly say that I have never felt healthier, more alive and I am grateful to be able to use my knowledge, experience and skills to help professionals live their best lives.