In this episode of SuperPower Mommas, Tracie Bieler, a nutrition and fitness coach, joins Laura Greco as they discuss how to be confident and claim your power. As a mom herself of 4 boys (including twins and a special needs child), Tracie shares her story of parenting during some emotionally challenging times. Her self-claimed superpower of determination has done her great service. And it is this story that is the why behind what she teaches and lives. She loves speaking at events for moms and helping them learn to take back their power and that caring for themselves is vital to caring for their families. Listen in as she shares her heart with us.
Hello and welcome. You’re listening to SuperPower Mommas and I’m Laura Greco, your host. Today, we are going to be talking with Tracie Bieler on a topic of How to be Confident and Claim Your Power.
Tracie is a very neat person. I met her actually on Facebook. Tracie is a wife and a mom of four boys. She loves football, food, fitness, and travel. Most of all, she loves coaching mommas to help them find health and happiness. She is a fitness and nutrition coach certified in 2B Mindset Mentor, and she is currently finishing up her Integrative Nutrition Certification.
She loves speaking at events for moms and helping them to learn to take back their power and own their stories. So, welcome Tracy and welcome everyone. So happy you’re here.
Thank you Laura. I’m so happy to be here. It’s very exciting for me. I appreciate you inviting me on today.
Yeah. Well, I appreciate you coming on because I think you have a fabulous information to share with us, especially the part I love it, where you talk about helping moms really to lead them back to their power and to own their own stories. It’s beautiful.
Thank you. That is a big passion for me. I think it’s so important.
Well, we’re so excited to learn more about you. One of the ways we do that of course at SuperPower Mommas is we ask what is your momma super power?
That’s such a tough question. I had a little bit of a hard time with that, but I would say my supe rpower is determination, and some people have called it stubbornness. One of my best friends had nicknamed me pitbull back in the past, and I think the reason is because when I am determined to get something done, it’s going to get done. Whether that is in parenting, or coaching moms, or really anywhere in life, I am very determined to find a solution to get to the place where I know I’ve succeeded up whatever that goal happens to be at the time. I really feel it’s determination would probably be the best word for my superpower.
I love it. I love it. Somebody recently said something about stubborn and I said, “How about tenacious?”
Yes. That’s I think what my friend nicknamed me the pit bull I think, because when I grab onto something, it’s going to happen. I go all in, and I’m not afraid to work hard. Like I said, find the solution, find the answers and make it happen.
Yeah, it’s a great quality and superpower that really all moms have, although some of us mommas have had quiet times at times, where we are overwhelmed by life’s circumstances and burning out basically. You already said what your super power does, and how this fits you in your life and as a mom. I’d like to expand if you would a little bit about how those helps you parent your four boys?