Michelle Gindi didn’t had a unique path to become an entrepreneur and owner of her health and wellness business–Buddha Bowls & Burpees based out of Brooklyn, New York. Michelle used her background as an attorney and is building the foundation of a her health coaching business. She took some time out of her schedule and answered some questions about what led her to start her business, how she helps families become healthy and the good and the bad parts of being an entrepreneur.
Does your experience as an attorney help your business?
Some weekly meal prep inspo! 3 prepped salads + @mylifemymenu tomato soup (kids love it with noodles) roasted mushrooms, squash with chickpeas, all fruit washed and ready, tofu scramble and blueberry cake bars leftover from this morning’s cooking class AND some kale to throw into soups and smoothies. Plus more baggies of smoothie ingredients are prepped in the freezer! Still waiting for the black beans to soak before I cook a big batch for taco Tuesday! I feel SO ready for the week! Have any specific meal prep questions? Comment below and I’ll try to help! #mealprep #mealprepsunday #mealplanning #sundaymood
Tell us about your business and what you do?
How did you come up with your business name?
Where do you see your business in 3-5 years?
Tell us about being an entrepreneur and what your day is like?
I interrupt the regularly scheduled Buddha Bowl program for one shot of me hanging out with @dr_oz and @carlaphall on the @dr_oz Show. I am a HUGE fan of Dr. Oz for dedicating himself to getting America healthy! If you are a fan of the show, look out for the video of me making Carla’s 15 minute cauliflower risotto in under 15 minutes (airing tomorrow!) #tvchef #celebrity #tv
What’s the thing you love about being an entrepreneur?
What’s the one thing you hate about being an entrepreneur?
What does being an healthy CEO mean to you?
What’s the best way for people to get in touch with you?