I am so excited to have the absolute powerhouse Emily Skye on the podcast today! Emily, despite her huge business success, is so humble and so down to earth and I loved chatting with her.
If you haven’t heard of Emily Skye before, she is an Australian fitness mogul, entrepreneur and mother of two who is all about sharing her real life and experiences with her community of almost 15 million people worldwide.
Emily was the first person I remember seeing on Instagram sharing the imperfect shots – showing her bloated stomach or pulling silly faces. It was such a contrast to so much of the wider content being shared by others on social media – that didn’t show this real, uncurated, less glamorous side! Whether it’s training, beauty, or motherhood, Emily is loved for sharing her journey with her community through the highs and lows.
In her early adulthood, Emily struggled with her mental health before finding fitness and falling in love with the way it made her feel. She wanted to share that feeling and educate others on how the best thing you can do is be strong and happy.
She has been featured on the cover of Women’s Health in more than 20 countries, and counts powerhouse names like Dwayne Johnson and Khloe Kardashian as friends.
Her business being 20 years of work – not an overnight success
Emily’s approach to keeping it real on social media, how she chooses images to share and how she approaches her caption writing
Staying true to her own values and vision when so many opportunities are offered to her
What she focuses on to pull through when things get tough
How she manages her mental health now while running her business
What she wish she had known when she was first starting out
And so much more!
I have a favour to ask you as you listen to this episode: take a screenshot and share it to your social media and tag myself @emilyosmond and @emilyskyefit so we know you tuned into this episode!
Now without further ado, let’s bring on Emily Skye!
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Emily Osmond is an international business coach and speaker, based in Melbourne, Australia.