About Me

I believe that we all are here on a mission to help raise each other up. I am a person who loves a challenge. I have learned that it isn’t how quickly you complete a race, it’s all about staying in the game! I wake up knowing how important it is to encourage others to do their best and to be successful. Helping people SHINE their light, is a wonderful feeling.

My name is Sheila Inman. I was born in the US. I graduated with two Masters Degrees. One degree in “Informations Systems” and the other in “Healthcare Management.” I attended Georgetown University’s Healthcare Coaching Program, in 2016. I love traveling and will have a “Sheilaisms” cooking program on public access TV. I am at my best influencing and inspiring others to live a healthy lifestyle.

How Do You Change The World?

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. Learning to move forward, learning the lessons from the past and not getting stuck. Respect the lessons and be grateful for the blessings.  Most importantly, not to be ashamed of failure, but to grow form the experience! I hope to influence people to be true to themselves. I truly believe that if each of us were able to live in alignment with our highest self; we would find peace and therefore love and be blessings to one another.  The best way I can contribute to helping this ideal is through motivating others to live healthy life-styles.

My purpose is to do what I love doing. Doing what I love will encourage others to find love within themselves. Perhaps, influence them to break old patterns and do what they love to do!

 What brought me to nutrition education? 

When I was eight years old, I played with my mothers cosmetics. I was curious about how it would interact with food! I would mix her talcum powder with eggs just for the experience. However, there was a price to pay when I excitedly mentioned what I had done! My curiosity was like opening “Pandora’s Box.” I’m smiling as I am writing this! By being curious, discoveries are made. Being curious at eight, guided me towards “Falling In Love With Food.” I am curious about the science of food and how it helps the mind, body and spirit. This is my challenge. After I discovered my vision, I was faced with the challenge of how to bring it to life?!

As I faced challenges, I made mistakes. Challenges helped me to learn from mistakes and garner some wins. By learning to grow from mistakes, I now know that it’s part of the growth process. Through facing life’s challenges, one gain 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. It’s simple! I saw a lack of self love, self care and confidence. I believe there needs to be more love in the world.

As I struggled to accomplish my goals; I discovered that I had an innate talent for motivating others.  I discovered what made success. Success is about being curious, getting out of your own way, minimizing fear and ambivalence. They say time changes things, but I have learned that change occurs when you make the change yourself. I offer unconditional love, opportunity, and support. We all need someone in our life to help us along the way. I hope to help you feel comfortable and empowered!

Service is important to me.  Georgetown’s healthcare coaching program has taught me motivational coaching skills. My own journey has taught me wisdom, in which I will use to encourage people to be curious and to dig deep!