Zig Ziglar quote, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”
After my husband died one of my friends suggested I see a nutritionist. I wasn’t quite sure why but I was quite open to all suggestions as I was feeling very lost during those first few months.
I arranged an appointment with Geeta Sidhu-Robb the CEO & Founder of Nosh Detox. Geeta is an extraordinary women. She started her business with nothing. She left her husband, received no maintenance from him and she had nowhere to live with a 4 months old and two children under the age of 7. She showed me that people can just start over. She established her business in 2008 and by 2013 had a £1m turnover.
I learned that Geeta was also a health coach – not that I was really familiar with what that was but it sounded good as I hadn’t been sleeping properly for months and was deep in grief. Geeta gave me several simple things to do to look after my health and she also gave me lots to thing about. When you lose someone everything changes – and it’s not your choice, you feel very disempowered. Geeta gave me guidance and strength to look at things in a new way and make some of my own choices, she was teaching me to feel empowered again. She’s one of my heroes and I’m grateful to her.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 6