Our interview Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo and The Paleo Athlete fame was more fun than work. Steph is honestly a huge nspiration both by virtue of her lifestyle and her business sense. Capitalizing on her great success and her clear awareness of what right-for-her looks like, we asked her to share the story of how she turned a hobby into a passion and passion into a thriving business and fulfilling life. We also discuss how she overcame her fears and roadblocks to move forward with unconventional choices.
- Be consistent, do what you love, make choices that are right for you and you might just end up with an amazing career.
- Never consider your path to be limited, there is always more you can do, should you wish to.
- Listen to your gut, it could be wrong, but chances are it’s telling something worth listening to. Don’t deny what is important to you!
- “Stay agile, plans oftentimes hold us to things that aren’t worth pursuing, or that we are not passionate about!”
Want to know more about Steph? Here you go!
Steph Gaudreau combines twelve years of formal education in biology / human physiology (BS Biology—Human Physiology), science teaching experience (MA—Education), holistic nutrition training (Certified Holistic Nutrition Practitioner), and an unabashed love of tasty Paleo food on her blog, Stupid Easy Paleo. Steph went Paleo in 2010, and it didn’t take long for her to decide that she was never turning back.
Eating clean, nutrient-dense foods has fueled her both in life and as a competitive athlete. Steph’s mission is to spread the word about how to make simple, tasty recipes to help people in their quests to just eat real food. She authored The Paleo Athlete: A Beginner’s Guide to Real Food for Performance in 2014, and her award-winning book, The Performance Paleo Cookbook: Recipes for Eating Better, Getting Stronger & Gaining the Competitive Edge (Page Street Publishing, January 6, 2015).
About Stupid Easy Paleo
Steph launched Stupid Easy Paleo in 2011, and it has become an award-winning and most-loved resource in the Paleo community for recipes and information. Steph’s down-to-earth approach and no nonsense teaching style shine through in her posts. Join the quarter of a million others hanging out with Steph on social media: Facebook (Stupid Easy Paleo andPerformance Paleo), Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube.