The Journey to Loving and Respecting Your Body with Nichole Wurth

It’s time to have a conversation about diet culture. I’ve been on many diets throughout my life so far, but I’ve found that almost every reason why people decide to start dieting just isn’t sustainable. The only diet that is sustainable: taking care of your body out of love and respect for yourself. That’s exactly the mindset of today’s guest: Nichole Wurth. Nichole is the founder of Wildly Alive. Her philosophy is that getting healthy isn’t about forcing your body into a certain shape, or to meet a number on a scale, or perfect your summer bod. Instead, it’s about the journey to loving and respecting yourself, and which will lead to a healthier and happier life. Throughout our conversation, Nichole shares about her own health journey, starting from her struggle to comparisonitis to where she is today as a health coach. She also shares about how she developed her effective morning routine over the course of 10 years, about the role that spirituality plays in her personal and professional life, as well as how her childhood influenced who she is today. Tune in to hear about Nichole’s journey to learning to love and respect her body, and how you can begin your journey as well. Some Questions I Ask:  - How did you get to where you are today? (2:43) - How can people love and respect their bodies in this day and age? (7:34) - What led you to value connection so highly? (9:48) - How did Surrender Experiment influence you? (12:21) - What do you think was the biggest takeaway from your childhood? (20:41)In This Episode, You Will Learn:  - How Nichole shifts “diet culture” to focusing on respecting your body. (3:00) - The philosophy and spirituality that fuels Wildly Alive. (9:51) - How Nichole developed her effective morning routine over 10 years. (16:32) - Why Nichole values her childhood experiences so highly. (20:59) - Nichole’s personal definition of happiness and joy. (24:50)Connect with Nichole: Wildly Alive WebsiteFacebookInstagramYouTubeResources: Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer

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