How to feel wildly alive – with Nichole Kellerman Wurth

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Podcast Overview:

In this episode, Nichole Kellerman Wurth gives away some of her best tips on how you can feel alive.

Although she is normally a weight loss teacher, we covered all kinds of accessible-to-anyone tips (and actually didn’t talk about weight loss much at all).

We talked about how to tune in to what you really want, how to shut down your inner “mean” voice, and how you can focus in on your desires and actually make them happen – even if they seem very farfetched right now.

Nichole’s Bio

Nichole Kellerman Wurth wants to live in a world where women actually enjoy the process of losing weight + connecting with their bodies.

As a weight loss coach, she’s been featured on major websites like The Well Grounded Life, Your Great Life TV and The Greatist.

When she’s not fearlessly (but lovingly) pushing her clients into a lifestyle they dream of, you can find her laughing with friends, connecting with nature and loving up on her husband and two dogs.

Her business Wildly Alive Weight Loss is for women who want to stop dieting, re-frame their minds so they can reshape their bodies. Her teachings are like nothing you’ve ever heard.

Discover how you can lose weight by feeling #WildlyAlive at

Resources Mentioned In This Episode: –  Nichole’s site

I’m not vegan anymore – The post that Alex Jamieson made that caused an uproar with some vegans

21 Day Get Moving Challenge – Nichole’s movement challenge

Episode Transcript

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