Angela Hofmann is all about living her best life and helping others do the same through healthy eating. She believes making a commitment to your health doesn’t mean skipping dessert. This former architect turned entrepreneur has created a plant based food company called “Nüssli 118”.
“…everybody’s body is different. So what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another person…I always say…what’s good for you is so individualized. And you really do have to listen to your own body. ”
You can learn more about Angela, Nüssli 118 and more about her health journey at nussli118.com
Shira Miller says her superpower is helping people get unstuck. She has transitioned from financial ruin to prosperity, from obesity to being well, finding love and living a purpose-driven Life.
“…It’s so easy to get trapped when you feel like maybe you’ve got imposter syndrome, or you see other people succeeding in a certain way, and you pretend to adopt a persona…Social media has only intensified it. When you’re looking at everybody else and thinking, ‘You know, I’ve got to have that dress that Kim Kardashian is wearing, or my life doesn’t matter…’ People are adopting behaviors that aren’t themselves. And that can really get you stuck.”
You can learn more about Shira, her book “Free and Clear: Get Unstuck and Live the Life You Want” and her story of becoming unstuck and living her very best life of at shiramiller.com
Perhaps the most widely known as the most decorated monoskier in US history, Chris Waddell went on to become the fastest in the world. If that’s not enough, as a paraplegic, he handcycled in a wheelchair all the way up to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
“As an adult, we don’t give ourselves the recognition of the things that we’ve learned…like learning to walk, how miraculous is that to go from, this lump of baby, to actually being able to walk and we’ve all done it…or speaking, you know, learning to talk is the same kind of thing. And I get to see that in skiing, yes, where I got to go from effectively the lump of baby to like, ‘Oh, wow, l can balance and then I can sort of turn and I can turn better.’ And it was the hardest, and coolest, thing that I’ve been through.”
You can learn more about Chris, his book “Things I Want to Remember Not to Forget” and his incredible story of passion and triumph at https://chriswaddellinc.com