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Georgia smith

Georgia smith

Georgia smith

I am a librarian and have been working in public and academic libraries for the past 11 years, during which I have worked with undergraduate students, graduate students and a myriad of professors, authors and people in the publishing industry. Library jobs at my job are always topics for these students and authors. I have been sidetracked from getting a Master's degree and becoming a librarian, but never stopped my contribution to the field.Being brought up in one of the most famous families in Canada was certainly a very unique existence for a young girl, and it was inevitable that Georgia would also have in her blood the ability to perform and entertain, and whilst this is in a slightly different way to how her father bought happiness to so many people's lives, Georgia hopes to touch the hearts of people all around the world with her own unique style of entertainment.

PEOPLE

“It creates independence with the client. When you’re a personal trainer only, I find sometimes I felt I was standing there just counting reps, but the individual design program lets you create a useful program but also creates independence, and then people feel more empowered. We give them the tools and they execute,” Smith said. This also makes it the perfect model for people who travel a lot for work and train on the road like one of her clients, she explained. Today, Smith feels blessed that she gets to continue to impact people the way she was impacted through fitness. And the fact that she gets to impact both her own clients and coaches means her reach is even more extensive than it otherwise could be, she explained.

“When I got into fitness, I felt this pressure to look a certain way, so it allowed me to let go a bit and see my body as something more than a thing to be looked at. Being around people who valued what you can do physically with your body was a great opportunity to have as a young girl,” she said. “This is why the OPEX model is so powerful. It allows you to create alignment in people’s lives that goes beyond just training. We talk about nutrition, lifestyle, sleep, their purpose—why they walk on this earth—and we help them keep everything aligned toward one goal so there aren’t any contradictions in their actions,” Smith said. (Source: www.opexfit.com)

GEORGIA SMITH

Includes narratives by Alec Pope, Amanda McDaniel, Amanda Styles, Anna Parkes, Annie Price, Bob Mobley, Carrie Mason, Charlie King, Charlie Pye, Charlie Tye Smith, Charlotte Raines, Dora Roberts, Ed McCree, Emeline Stepney, Emily Mays, Emmaline Kilpatrick, Fanny Nix, Fanny Randolph, Ferebe Rogers, Frances Kimbrough, G. W. Pattillo, George Lewis, Georgia Smith, Harriet Miller, Henry Nix, Henry Rogers, Jennie Kendricks, Julia Larken, Julia Rush, Lewis Ogletree, Liza Mention, Lucy McCullough, Mary Smith, Matilda McKinney, Melvin Smith, Mirriam McCommons, Mollie Malone, Mollie Mitchell, Nancy Settles, Nancy Smith, Nellie Smith, Nicey Kinney, Paul Smith, Richard Orford, Robert Shepherd, Shade Richards, Susan Matthews, Susan McIntosh, Tom McGruder, Tom Singleton, Will Sheets, William McWhorter

Georgia Smith was born on September 26, 1987 in Calgary Alberta, Canada and is the youngest child to a British father (Davey Boy Smith) and a Canadian mother, (Diana Hart.)Smith, G. & Farrimond, H. (2018) Active ageing, emotional care and the threat of stigma: Identity management in older adults using sleeping medication long-term, Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine“I eventually reached a point in the group environment where I had all these tools but, wasn’t able to use them because I was stretched so thin coaching a group of 20 people. How could I dig into their sleep, lifestyle, and nutrition? There just wasn’t the time or the resources to do that in a group, she said. “It was frustrating because I knew I could do so much more to serve these people, but didn’t have the time in the group model.” (Source: www.opexfit.com)

YEAR

Her debut studio album, Lost & Found, was released in 2018 to critical acclaim, and peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart. The same year, Smith won the Brit Critics' Choice Award. In 2019, she was named Best British Female Artist at the Brit Awards and was also nominated for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Her third EP Be Right Back, which was released in May 2021 received favorable reviews.“I do love being in front of a group, but I felt like I was just putting on a show and engaging in crowd control when I was coaching instead of actually coaching and helping people,” said the 26-year-old, a native of Australia, who completed the OPEX Coaching Certificate Program (CCP) in 2017.

Georgia’s research interests include communication science and framing, early years service reform, health promoting digital technologies, the economic returns from investing in early childhood, and child and adolescent social and emotional learning. Georgia holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Australia and is currently completing a Masters in Public Health also from UWA. (Source: www.telethonkids.org.au)

 

 

 

 

 

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