Show Notes

“You don’t have to spend a lot of money but when you get a resource like Byron Katies ‘Loving What Is’ book actually do it. Don’t just read it. Don’t put it down when it says ‘Grab a pen, I want you to do this now’. You’ve got to grab a pen and do it now! Louise Hay is another one. She has ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ and that’s a brilliant book. It’s like a novel but it has some actions to take as well. So don’t just flick over things and go ‘Oh yeah I’ll go back and do that, I just want to read and see what’s at the end. Actually, do it. Because a lot of people have changed their lives just from taking action from a $25 book.”  Kimberly Steele

Get ready to go down the rabbit hole on the power of mindset and food for healing. Kimberly Steele, a registered nurse of over 20 years who spent the majority of her nursing in Intensive Care looking after the critically ill, discovered the power of real food in healing the body. It affected her so much she decided to start a career in getting to people before a crisis hits. She shares her remarkable story in a humble and pragmatic way and as you will hear her own health journey started after she attended a Wellness Summit in Melbourne.

Kimberly has been constantly evolving ever since, discovering that there’s more to health than good food. Her point of difference is her fuss-free way of teaching people how to prepare nourishing food that ultimately heals the body. Her cooking videos and recipes are easy to follow and she has an infectious and inspiring way of showing her followers how to go from fed up to fed well.

She never really liked the spotlight and it took a hell of a lot of work and personal growth to take her nutrition coaching to the next level. Kimberly shares her business journey where year after year it just wasn’t hitting the mark to now launching her brand new online program called ‘Navigate Your Plate’ helping people to make better food choices and take into account the importance of mental and emotional wellbeing too. This is not woo woo!

One of her simple recommendations that costs nothing is to listen to podcasts. Keep hearing the information, revisit the content frequently. Keep fluid, moving and growing all the time.

Another big learning over the years is Kimberly’s ability to not be so invested in what other people think of her. As a result, she is more relaxed, less worried about the little things as a parent or in her relationship with her hubby. She says she is a better listener and has stopped her urge to just find solutions for everyone’s problems. She has come to the conclusion that everyone has the answers within them, you just have to ask the right questions. She has more self-confidence and focuses more on self-love. She does not come up with the excuses she used to and in order to grow her business has stopped the procrastination.

One of her favourite insights from Byron Katie is the idea that there is MY Business, YOUR Business and UNIVERSAL Business.

She feels she is in a really good space right now simply by using the tools and resources she has been learning over the years. This positive space has allowed her to now help others.

Kimberly also shares her own personal journey realising after going to the Wellness Summit and then visiting a wholistic integrative medical doctor as well as listening to people like Cyndi O’Meara that she actually had a problem with gluten and a thyroid condition. She followed Pete Evans’ Paleo Way protocol and noticed within 2 weeks there were significant changes in her own health. All her symptoms, which she thought were just natural artefacts of growing older and normal, were gone within 6 weeks.

We talk about the downside of hospital food and why Kimberly is so motivated to help people before they end up needing hospital care. She also appreciates a GP cannot possibly know everything therefore it is a great idea to get a good team around you that could include an osteopath, chiropractor, physio, naturopath and health coach.

Kimberly shares her self care tips which include:

  • Exercise
  • Meditate
  • Body Boost every morning
  • Deep breathwork
  • Yoga
  • Coffee and rituals with friends
  • And realise there is no point getting uptight!

Kimberly gives her definition of self-love and her favourite quote is from Martin Luther King:

“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”

If you would like to know more about all that Kimberly has to offer here are all her links.

Her new program is called Navigate Your Plate and it starts on 6th April 2021.

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