Today I’m speaking with Kristen Coffield who is an author, educator and culinary disruptor. After a devastating personal decade, she took back her life, one bite at a time. What she learned on her journey is now The Culinary Cure — a way of using food as a tool to power our best lives and most ambitious careers.
In the episode you’ll hear:
- How eating intentionally is a competitive advantage and how anyone can harness the power on the end of their fork
- The top two things she recommends everyone starts doing now — for better productivity and a sharper mind
- The meaningful distinction between functional food and celebratory food
- Her morning routine, including her quick 3-ingredient morning tonic
- The best vitamins, supplements and herbs for high achievers on the go
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Kristen’s Free Guide “The Culinary Cure RX”: https://theculinarycure.com/
High Growth Strategist Christie Turley sparks innovation in businesses worldwide. Her superpower is uncovering the hidden 1% zone of genius that multiplies influence & impact— leading to massive results, like one client who grew from zero to $15 million in under a year.
She launched her career while juggling college classes and by age 24, she had grown two businesses by more than $30 Million. Since then, she’s started eight businesses, including Limelight Alchemy, her branding & marketing firm. Christie Turley has worked with notable clients such as: American Express, USAA, Carnival Cruises and 1000s of speakers, authors and coaches. Her signature workshop, Breakthrough!, helps entrepreneurs evolve new ways of presenting themselves to the world and break through their “Upper Limit”, so that they can create exponential impact in their businesses.
Christie Turley believes that many entrepreneurs ignore the spiritual side of business, which creates burnout and causes them to miss the invisible opportunities hiding in plain sight, which is why she has written her book, The Intuition-Led Business. She also interviews intuition-led entrepreneurs on her podcast, also called The Intuition-Led Business. An engaging speaker, she has shared the stage with many New York Times bestselling authors. She lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband of 19 years and their two children who came miraculously after many years of intending.