Carol Lee has been a Holistic Health Kuel Category Expert for some time now. I finally convinced her to offer her Online Course: 21 Days & 21 Ways to Sugar-freedom to our Kuel Life Community.
We all know that sugar is one of our most feared mortal enemies for health and healthy aging. There’s been no better time to kick the sugar habit than now. And, you can do it in the privacy and comfort of your own home. If that’s not incentive enough, Carol offers a Kuel Life ONLY Exclusive price. Regularly priced at $60, we at Kuel Life can start our journey to exorcise sugar out of our lives for $27.
Want to know a little bit more about what makes Carol tick?
“I typically work with people who want support to give up/reduce sugar, transform their relationship with food or lose weight naturally.”
KUELLIFE: What type of business do you own/run?
CAROL: I run a holistic health business, I’m a Kinesiologist and a Nutritional Therapist. I work individually with people as well as run courses, have an online School (The Natural Food School) and coming in 2020 ‘My Sugar-free Life’ membership site.
My everyday work is about supporting people to figure-out, find their next step and transform those bits of themselves, and parts of their lives, that rankle and agitate them. Those issues and concerns that pop up time and time again, tap us on the shoulder and say ‘Yoohoo me again, it’s time to make some changes so you can shine even more brightly in the world’.
I typically work with people who want support to give up/reduce sugar, transform their relationship with food or lose weight naturally. I also work with many self employed business owners who are wanting to up-level and clear what may be blocking their success. But in reality I work with anyone who has a life, work, health or food issue they want to transform.
KUELLIFE: What prompted you or drove you to become an entrepreneur? When?
CAROL: I wanted to support people with their lives and health in a holistic way. In the UK, you can only do that as a self employed person. My passion for the work came from how much my own life has been changed through complementary therapies. I have been self employed for over 20 years now so I’m not sure how employable I am anymore!
KUELLIFE: What’s your biggest struggle?
CAROL: My work is never a struggle but my biggest challenge is that it seems I have about 100 new ideas a minute and that I’m multi-passionate. Being accountable to only myself can mean I sometimes get distracted. The admin side of my work is what dulls my passion and my next step is to get ongoing support with that.
KUELLIFE: What is your biggest fear as an entrepreneur? How do you work through it?
CAROL: I’ve been through so many fears; being an entrepreneur is a personal development journey. You have to be prepared to step up and it can be mightily scary. In the past I struggled with visibility; seeing myself in videos, judging my voice, my hair, my looks generally. Now, it is that I won’t be able to maintain the balance between clients, teaching, and my personal life. I know that this balance keeps me fresh and recharges me, it is essential.
Having a business mentor and being part of an online business community, as well as having regular ongoing sessions with my Kinesiologist, helps me work on issues as, and when, they arise.
“Success for me is about noticing how excited and joyful I feel everyday to start work”
KUELLIFE: How do you measure your success?
CAROL: Success for me is about noticing how excited and joyful I feel everyday to start work; how ready I am to show up for clients, teach a lesson, or prepare course material. That I get paid to do this is another wonderful measure of success and it helps me see how far I have come.
KUELLIFE: Finally, what advice would you give other women about taking an entrepreneurial path?
CAROL: I would say get support from other women on the same path as you. When we are forging our own path it is so easy to end up in a bog or a thicket and not know how to get out. Also, build a business around what you love, what makes you excited. This will help you get through the parts of being an entrepreneur that are not so juicy and just pure slog, because it will feel worth it in the end.