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Dec. 17, 2020

How To Have It All: A Healthy And Successful Life With Margaret Steffie

How To Have It All: A Healthy And Successful Life With Margaret Steffie

My friend Magaret talks about how she started living a healthy lifestyle as an entrepreneur. She then talks about her business and how she started it. Both me and Margaret agree that living a healthy life and being an entrepreneur can be very difficult a...

The question of how to have it all has been asked by many people. Some believe that you have to sacrifice one aspect of your life in order to have success in another. Others think that you can have it all by balancing your time and responsibilities. A healthy and successful life involves fulfilling all of your goals and desires, but it doesn't mean that you have to give up any aspects of your life. You can find balance and happiness by setting priorities, planning ahead, and being organized.

Key Take-Aways From The Episode

  1. How to be successful and healthy?
  2. How to have a healthy and productive lifestyle?

About The Guest

Margaret is a health and fitness coach who helps women rebalance their gut and build confidence through holistic health coaching and group fitness. She found her passion to coach other women through her own health struggles and pushing herself out of her comfort zone and training to become a group fitness instructor.

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