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5 Steps to Love Your Body w/ Sarah Stewart

Are you operating from a place of self-love of self-sabotage?

Join Ash this week while she talks with Sarah Stewart a holistic health coach who focuses on the relationship with the body, food and loving yourself.  During this episode, Sarah works through 5 steps to step into a more fulfilling career and a body you love.

From the experience of leaving her first career in modeling, Sarah learned how to make mindset shifts to make health a higher priority and the way to unlearn how we were all taught to suffer.  She shares these lessons here with you!

Your career and your body are linked together and one cannot succeed without the other.  Sarah unravels two ways that your health and wellbeing may be sabotaging your career and how to break free.  Your health is not an afterthought or secondary focus below your career, when you prioritize your health it will make you more successful in your career.  Sarah and Ash break down powerful examples of why this is true.

Don’t forget to stick around for Ash’s post-episode notes where she invites you to ask yourself powerful questions to help you understand your body image.



Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life (Genius Living) by Max Lugavere


In This Episode You Will Learn:

How to discover your whyand the value it holds.

The cause of brain fog and how to remove it.

What primary foods are how they are connected to your success.


Where to Find Sarah Stewart:

Instagram: @sarahannestewart



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