After starting her career in marketing working for companies such as Cartier, Vera Wang, Dolce & Gabbana in her 20s, Amina AlTai co-founded a marketing agency to support emerging brands. After more than seven years working on brands such as Samsung, MdSolarSciences, Supersmile as well as dozens more, she went on to head up marketing for Spafinder Wellness and then Bliss. But this hustle and grind wasn’t just making Amina successful, it was also making her sick, and led to her being diagnosed with two autoimmune diseases. Her journey to get well by studying health and nutrition evolved into her passion today as a wellness expert and business advisor, which is teaching startups and executives how to balance a thriving career, body and mind.

 

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Amina shares what it means to be “entreprenourished,” why a healthy you equals a healthy bottom line, and why sometimes getting well means letting some things go.

 

On this episode, we discuss:

  • The value of “unbecoming.”
  • No matter your age, you have to take care of yourself.
  • How to feel more whole and “entreprenourished” in your business.
  • Why getting well means letting some things go.
  • The reality that, “when we go to the next level, we shake the ground around us.”

 

VISIT AMINA ALTAI at aminaaltai.com.

 

CONNECT WITH AMINA…

Instagram: @aminaaltai

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GET AMINA’S FREE MINI-COURSE ON HOW TO GET UNSTUCK IN YOUR BUSINESS AT getunstuck.aminaaltai.com!

 

 

 

It’s time to get over “I-Got-It” Syndrome!

 

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[Music: “Time Flux” by Revolution Void]