{Podcast 007} Bex Weller: health and business coach and Sexy Sobriety Founder

Podcast 007 Bex Weller, health and business coach

Bex and I first ‘met’ in 2012  when she stumbled across our newly-birthed vegan blog and left a heart-warming comment. I quickly realised this was a girl I needed to get to know, and through a mutual love of vegan food blogging, we became online friends.

Fast forward to the present day and there really is no stopping this inspirational lady.

I’ve watched with awe as she’s turned her little vegan blog, Vegan Sparkles, into a full-blown wellness site with a huge following, quit her corporate nine-to-five day job to follow her dreams and created several eBooks, plus launched the popular Sparkle Project, Sexy Sobriety membership program and, her newest venture, Bex Weller business mentoring.

This woman has a light that shines so brightly, an infectious laugh, a mind that is made for business and a magical gift of finding and bringing to the surface the best qualities in a person. I’m sure this is what makes her such an incredible coach.

Bex’s unique story shows exactly what’s possible if you actively seek out those things that light you up and fill your heart with joy — a life that is full to the brim with creativity, passion, laughter and love.

In this interview Bex shares:

+ Her ‘accidental’ journey from corporate cost engineer, suffering from a dysfunctional relationship with food and alcohol, to passionate health and business coach, helping women create lives and businesses they love.

+ The three personal traits you need in order to create a successful business.

+ Why financial fear can actually be a good thing in the first year of business.

+ The one perspective-changing trick she uses to move past fear.

+ The importance of scheduling — how you can use this simple tool to stay balanced and centred.

+ The business school that expanded her perception of what’s possible.

+ How becoming vegan changed her entire life.

+ The story of the fateful day when, on a whim, she and her partner decided to quit their corporate jobs and launch their own online business.

+ Why she created Sexy Sobriety, a membership program helping women say goodbye to booze.

+ Plus loads of laughs and other insightful goodness.

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My favourite quote from Bex’s interview is:

Bex Weller gratitude quote

Resources Bex mentions in this interview:

+ Institute for Integrative Nutrition – the coaching course Bex completed to gain her health coach qualification.

+ Marie Forleo’s B-School – the business school that expanded Bex’s perception of what’s possible.

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What is your biggest take-away from this conversation with Bex? Share it with us in the comments below.

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4 Responses to {Podcast 007} Bex Weller: health and business coach and Sexy Sobriety Founder

  1. Bex Weller June 17, 2015 at 2:45 pm #

    Oh my goodness, what an incredible introduction! It was SO good to meet (and squeeze you) in-person at last, beauty! Thank you so much for inviting me to be part of this gorgeous Podcast series. xx

    • Alana June 19, 2015 at 3:28 pm #

      Thank YOU, Bex. I truly loved meeting you. I just wish we lived closer! And I walked away that day totally inspired. Coaching is most definitely what you were born to do! Loads of love to you, hun. xx

  2. Kirsty Lee June 18, 2015 at 3:53 pm #

    I love love loved this podcast (I’ve loved them all to be honest). I just wanted to stop by and let you ladies know how wonderful I think this podcast series is. Each time I hear a new amazing story + interview, I get a little bit more motivated and enthusiastic about chasing my own dreams. I’ve put in a request at work to drop down to a 9 day fortnight so I can focus on my passion goals (baby steps, I know, but it’s a start!) and it’s all thanks to the inspiration of all the wonderful women you have been featuring (as well as yourselves) here on the blog.

    Please, please, keep up the great work! XO

    • Alana June 19, 2015 at 3:31 pm #

      Oh goodness, Kirsty! You have MADE. MY. DAY. with this comment. Thank you. I just can’t even begin to describe how amazing it is to know that these podcast episodes are making the difference we hoped they would be. Good on you for following those dreams and I reckon dropping down to a nine-day fortnight is a pretty bloody big step. Dropping back to part time was a huge thing for me. It really gave me the space to start exploring. So good on you! Exciting times ahead for you I reckon! Please keep us posted. Thank you for stopping here and leaving this comment. xx