“Give yourself permission to live a big life. Step into who you are meant to be. Stop playing small, you’re meant for greater things”
Yvonne Bignall’s parents were among those who left their family and homes to travel thousands of miles for opportunities abroad.
Today the successful businesswoman from Radstock, who has written a best-seller and offered training courses world-wide, credits her parents for instilling resilience and an entrepreneurial spirit.
The award-winning women’s health advocate and self-care coach said: “I think my parents were entrepreneurial as they left the life they knew behind and were driven to succeed abroad.
The 2.0 upgrade to living is available to YOU – are you ready to seize it by creating a healthy mindset, building your confidence, and developing abundant self-care habits? That is the question!
Right out of the gate I would say yes… but then you would expect me to as a Self-care Coach!
The truth is, I embed self-care principles in all areas of my personal life and my work, whether I am leading Nordic Walking classes, Personal Training clients, Nutrition Coaching or Mindset Coaching; every single one of these avenues lead to increased self-care and that leads my clients to making healthier life decisions that transform their experience of life (over time).
And what makes my work worthwhile is when I get to share my client’s stories because it is their experience and outcomes that remind me how important this work is. So here is one such story:
I’m a bit of a fan of New Amsterdam, the hospital drama on Amazon. There is something captivating about the interactions between staff members, hospital patients and the hierarchy. And I love the diversity of the team, each with their own unique strengths, imperfections and outlooks.
Having recently watched the last episode of series 2, there was an interesting interaction around the topic of self-care.