Pieces that Fit Well – Kimi’s Story Part 1

Kimi Walker is a powerhouse in the Health and Wellness field, holding several certifications in addition to a degree in psychology. And she actually uses it all. A major lifestyle change sparked Kimi to start a number of brands as an Improvement Catalyst those looking to make lasting changes in their lives. Kimi gets real about the obstacles she’s faced with not guarding her energy output while learning how to be more vulnerable as her brands expand. Kimi’s honesty is refreshing, her business sense is on point, and she’ll leave you wondering if you using all of your greatness. This is a two parter.

How to connect with Kimi Walker:

earlyaccountability.com

www.kimiwalker.com

Twitter:

@kimifitwell

Soundcloud Early Accountability Podcast

Apple Early Accountability Podcast

Instagram:

@kimifitwell

@earlyaccountability

Facebook:

Kimi Walker, Weight Loss + Wellness Coach

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Early Accountability

Samoa’s Web – Samoa’s Story

Being raised in America by two traditional native Caribbean and Jehovah’s Witness parents made Samoa feel trapped as a young girl trying to discover who she was. The rigid expectations of her parents and their religion left her with little [perceived] freedom and a bit of an identity crisis. One thing that Samoa did know was that to break free of the mentality imposed on her she would need to find a way to weave together her own life.

How to contact or work with Samoa:
https://www.inkdbysamoa.com/

IG: @inkdbysamoa

A Love Transitioned – Camille’s Story

Camille share’s with us the story of losing her first love. Camille was in a relationship for 12 years when he passed away. She allows us to relive their love story from the beginning. Then she speaks about grieving, and we are able to learn so much from her about healing and love. ❤

There Was Nothing Wrong – Kay Ten’s Story

Kay Ten (aka Meraki) shares her life long journey of living in who she is, and breaking out of society’s expectations for her to do so. Growing up in a traditional family with traditional expectations, Kay Ten didn’t fit in most of those boxes. She tells us her journey of realizing that she didn’t have to mold herself to fit those expectations, and that she could create her own.