About Me

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ABOUT ME

My name is Sheila Inman. I was born in the US. I graduated with a degree in “Information Systems Systems” and “Healthcare Management,” at Marymount University. I studied healthcare coaching at Georgetown University in 2016. I obtained a Graduate Nutrition Certificate at George Mason University, 2020. I enjoyed my experiences very much, as a result, I created Angels Working On Earth LLC, Sheilainman.com, Sheilaisms at Instagram, A.W.E – TV YouTube and “AWE – TV” public access TV, channel 10.  I  give culinary tips, and demonstrate healthy and delicious recipes.  

Mission

I believe that we all are here on a mission to help others. I am a person who loves a challenge. I have learned that life is about experiences and learning.  Helping people SHINE their light, is a beautiful feeling. A.W.E ‘s mission is to encourage others to shine. Most importantly, not to be ashamed of failure, but to grow to from the experience! I hope to influence people to be true to themselves.  How do you change the world? One person at a time. Strength, courage, and integrity are different for everyone. It’s about knowing yourself better through experiences and learning to move forward, learning the lessons from the past, and not getting stuck. 

How do you change the world?

My purpose is to do what I love doing. Perhaps, influence others to break old patterns and do what they love to do too! 

What brought me to nutrition education?

My mother was a single parent. She taught me a lot about perseverance and over coming obstacles. She gave me the responsibility of cooking dinner at a young age. Cooking at a young age challenged me and developed my curiousity. When I was eight years old, I played with my mother’s cosmetics. I was curious about how cosmetics interacts with food! I mixed her talcum powder with eggs just for the experience.  My curiosity was like opening “Pandora’s Box.” I’m smiling as I am writing this! My mother wasn’t too happy! I fell in love with food at eight years old because I was curious about food science even then.  Growing up in a single parent household brought about many challenges. I learned from my mother how to overcome obstacles, and my curiosity about cooking helped me garner some wins in the kitchen.

By learning to grow from obstacles, I now know that obstacles are part of the growth process. Facing life’s challenges, grows wisdom. As I reached my goals, I began to see life from a different perspective. I saw the fallacies in the way people thought about themselves. I saw a lack of self-love, self-care, and confidence. These three things impede success.

What is success?

Success is about being curious, getting out of your way, minimizing fear and ambivalence. They say time changes things, but I have learned that change occurs when you change yourself. I offer unconditional love, opportunity, and support.

We all need someone in our life to help us along the way!

Lots of love and light!

Sheila Inman