As Covid continues to affect people’s physical and mental health, Sally Bee joins new wellbeing specialist speaker agency Speaker Buzz.
As the Covid pandemic and lockdown life continues, prominent ITV healthy cook and wellbeing champion, Sally Bee, is aiming to help and inspire people by joining mental-health focused motivational speaker agency Speaker Buzz – and offering her renowned online wellbeing courses for free.
Edinburgh-based Speaker Buzz represents a new generation of motivational speakers who focus on topical issues such as mental health, wellbeing, resilience, diversity and the environment. Having survived five heart attacks, mother-of-three Sally will share her incredible story and experiences to help inspire others to overcome overwhelming setbacks, develop resilience and make meaningful change.
Through her work as a motivational speaker, Sally will inspire others to take control of their lifestyles and health. The topics she addresses include mental health, wellbeing, building confidence, women’s health and living a more positive life. Sally will continue to offer her acclaimed online weight loss, depression and anxiety courses – however, throughout lockdown these courses will be available free of charge to anyone, anywhere. People just need to sign up before 2 December 2020.
Sally commented: “These are difficult times for everyone and I want to help as many people as possible who are struggling with their mental and physical health. I’ve joined Speaker Buzz because I admire and share its mission to make a difference in the world and help others.
“My focus as a speaker is ‘Being the Best You’ – I survived five heart attacks and now I choose to live a positive, healthy and happy life. Through my experiences, I know the value in stripping away all the noise to identify what is important in life. I cannot wait to share everything I’ve learned to help and inspire others to live their best life in the workplace and at home.”
“At the same time, I’ve decided to offer my six-week Weight Loss Course (usually £300) and my 14-day Coping with Depression & Anxiety Course (usually £89), free of charge during lockdown. Lockdown has affected the physical and mental health of so many people and now we’re being challenged again. That’s why it’s open to anyone and everyone. I feel it is really important that we all support each other during this difficult time.”
The six-week Weight Loss Course and 14-day Coping with Depression & Anxiety Course are free of charge (small admin charges apply to process each course), if booked before 2 December 2020. Those who sign up via the Sally Bee website will have full access to the course material for 12 months.
Debbie Byers, founder of Speaker Buzz, commented: “Having fought for her life five times and experienced a rollercoaster of highs and lows, Sally epitomises inner strength and resilience – traits which feel inaccessible to many of us. Her story and experiences are hugely inspiring, and we’re delighted to have her join the roster.
“Sally also talks passionately about coping with depression, anxiety and stress, topics that are increasingly prevalent in today’s world. Her free courses are testament to her outlook on life.”
Her outlook on life changed when, at age 36, and mother of three young children, Sally suffered three heart attacks and she wasn’t expected to survive. Her husband was asked to say his goodbyes but she fought for every second of her life and the hours turned into days. In 2016 she suffered two more massive heart attacks but believes that her positive thinking and awareness of her own health and wellbeing has helped her survive. Today good food choices, mindful positive thinking and movement help Sally lead a full, happy life.
Other speakers on the Speaker Buzz roster include co-founder of Social Bite Alice Thompson; TV personality and mental health campaigner Gail Porter; the youngest woman in the world to ski solo to the South Pole, Mollie Hughes; former Scotland rugby captain John Barclay and Dubai-based women’s rights activist Manal Rostom.
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