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Every Body Holds A Story Podcast

Mar 10, 2021

Today we are speaking with Jamie and Kim Fitzpatrick. Jamie and Kim are online health and wellness entrepreneurs, as well as business mentors. Together they are parents to Colby and Tessa. They are big dreamers who are here to make a massive impact in the lives of others regardless of their age or current state of health and fitness. Together they have experienced life from an unhealthy perspective, and they discovered a new way of truly living fully.  Kim and Jamie also operate another business called Legacy by Kim, in honour of her mother, Carol.  As an online boutique headband line being handcrafted in Canada, the prints are limited and produced in small batch exclusive prints.  As part of this work and in honour of the Carol Colby Perras Foundation, Legacy by Kim gifts Legacy headbands to women undergoing chemotherapy and cancer treatment.

Individually and collectively they have lived through heavy circumstances and are openly sharing their story to continue to help others.  Jamie and Kim feel that the greatest impact we can have in this world is to share their passion, their vision, and the knowledge that they have gained through their personal experiences to empower others to take personal action towards change. Using optimal health and wellness as a catalyst for change, they are dedicated to helping you live your best life. Together they want to give people the match that lights the fire already within.

In this episode we discuss:

1) How their family was impacted by Jamie’s heart attack at 46 years old.  Kim performed CPR for 9 minutes ultimately saving Jamie’s life.  Jamie had a 6% chance of survival, and less than a 1% chance of survival with no brain damage.

2) Through combined personal, physical and emotional traumas we have to learn to feel in order to heal.  Most people want to go directly to healing without feeling and that’s impossible.

3) Using different tools depending on where you are in your journey in your life.  It might mean journaling, rest, recovery, time outside, and making self care a priority as well as self-compassion, and it requires being more curious and subjective to what we need on a daily basis. Don’t be afraid to pivot since everything we receive is data.  We can pivot at any time.

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