Tuesday November 21 2017

Whole Life Activation Award Winner 2017

A Radstock businesswoman who was shortlisted for an international award after she was put forward by a happy client, has won the category Health & Wellness Advocate 2017.

Whole Life Activation Award Winner 2017

Personal development educator Yvonne Bignall, who works with women to help build their confidence and overall wellbeing, was nominated for ‘The Whole Live Activation Awards., that celebrate the achievements of phenomenal women who, despite all odds, continue to motivate those around them.

Mum-of-one Yvonne, who released a bestselling book earlier in the year, said: “It  was an honour to be shortlisted for this award and to have gone on to win it is just amazing. I am continuously bowled over by the generosity of the women I get to work with. This reinforces why I do the work I do, and why I love it.”

Yvonne was one of four women shortlisted for the Health & Wellness Advocate Award and one of only 40 women across the different categories to be shortlisted from a global list of over 500 women.

She was put forward by her client, Evi Kathrepti, who said: “I have known Yvonne for over four years and during this time I have come to admire and respect her work and outlook in life.

“She is truly inspirational. She deeply cares for the people she works with and I could not think of anybody more dedicated in bringing people a wealth of knowledge and truth about leading an overall healthy and fulfilling life. She is my hero.”

The winners were announced in London on Friday 10th November at a black tie, event.

The awards were founded by Placida Acheru, multi-award-winning business growth strategist and best-selling author.

"I have known Yvonne for over four years and during this time I have come to admire and respect her work and outlook in life. She is truly inspirational."
Evi Kathrepti

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