Part of her specific strategies to accomplish this involve writing e-booklets and developing video courses, while continuing to coach and seek out speaking engagements and media opportunities.
She would also like to get her pet project underway, developing movement salons where people can come to dance/move freely and learn to collaborate creatively, "a gift for both myself and anyone who chooses to participate." And eventually, with her business "solidly established in virtual space", Tzabia plans to move back to the country, where she can host retreats and training while continuing to travel for group engagements.
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This leaves enough time to get my movement in, to get outside, to cook good meals, to hang out with my family, to relax on the weekends, and to occasionally indulge in mid-week time off – a treat that I find luxurious." Besides work, Tzabia loves to hang out with her family and closest friends, read engaging fiction, and explore world music.
She’s also a minor movie buff, a competitive scrabble player and a traveler (the more remote, the better).She couldn't ask for more satisfying work than being "a part of another person’s transformation to a place of deeper self-respect, confidence, health, inner peace and capacity for self-care".Tzabia's marketing of her nutritional coaching business developed as she developed professionally.Tzabia Siegel, BAPh ED, DHN, RNT is a registered nutritional therapist, life coach and functional nutrition diagnostician, which allows her to read blood and lab tests to personalize nutritional and lifestyle programs.Currently Tzabia, based in Toronto, provides nutrition seminars and programs to corporate clients such as CIBC, TD Bank, Foglers, Norton Rose, Deloitte, Chubb Insurance, Blakes, Miller Thomson, Salesforce, Ontario Power Authority, Kinross, and Barrick Gold and private nutrition coaching to clients in the Toronto area and virtually, as she puts it, to people on three continents.Her expenses in the first year of her nutrition business were 00.00.More than half of that went towards training and being coached.This is Tzabia's success story – a story that provides plenty of tips for anyone who wants to grow their professional services business.Even as a teen, Tzabia was fascinated by the human body, how it functioned and how she felt when she ate particular foods and when she moved in different ways.Tzabia started her nutrition business in 2003, working in clinic in Toronto's financial district for seven years and has been creating and presenting programs for corporate employees and organizations since 2005.But how did she get to be a successful professional doing what she loves to do?