Aug 25, 2022
Are you familiar with "brain fog"? You know, the feeling when things are just not the way you want them to be, when your thinking is sluggish, fuzzy and not as sharp as it should be? I like to think of it like a glass of water...
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Nathalie is the EXPERT with a PROVEN SYSTEM to get you transformational results. She works with people who want to find Confidence & Clarity to Unlock their Full Potential. She is international No.1 Bestselling Author of fifteen books on success, communication, wellness and empowerment. She is the Founder and CEO of the THINK Yourself® ACADEMY, offering leading-edge courses, training and events.
Along the past 30 years, she has inspired over 100,000 audience members and empowered thousands of clients internationally to get rid of their negative self-talk. She combines over 10 years of experience in human resources, 25 years of experience in sales and over 30 years in the fitness industry. In 2007, she was "Fitness Instructor of the Year" for Canada. She was named Canadian Presenter of the Year in August 2021.
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