Join us on Wednesday 8 February and hear from Network of Possibility member and Founder of The Healthy Tradie Project, Pip Seldon who will share her powerful story.
A Project Manager for the past 17 years, Pip is quite happy stepping on to site in her hard hat, boots and high vis to mix it with tradies of the construction industry. It took the loss of a family member though for her to recognise the need for change in this male dominated world. In 2009, she immersed herself in health studies covering nutritional science, weight management, mindset and behaviour change, functional exercise programming and coaching.
Pip is on a mission to change lives in a way that uses informatIon and education about the benefits of including whole, real food, mindfulness and everyday movement in our lives. "It's time we let go of the macho culture from the construction industry and support Australian tradies in opening up and talking about their feelings and emotions without fear of being judged," Pip says.
Inspired to make big changes in your and other people's lives?
The Network of Possibility supports local business and professional women, empowering them to make social change, and uniting them to give back to our community. It's also a neutral and supportive space for members and guests to share defeats as well as triumphs, seek advice, and find social connection.
The Network of Possibility is philanthropic endeavour which uses our unique skills sets to raise much needed funds for not-for-profit organisations, and all proceeds (net) are given back to the community.
Reflecting our passion for giving back and changing lives, the Network’s charity of choice is the Tara Costigan Foundation. The Network supports the Tara Costigan Foundation through fundraising at its silent auctions!