Christine Songco Of Third Bliss On The 5 Things You Need To Create A Highly Successful Career In The Health and Wellness Industry

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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13 min readSep 9, 2021

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Your purpose in life is your big reason why. If you don’t have a good reason why you’re doing something, such as changing your health for the better, it will be challenging to stick with it.

The global health and wellness market is worth more than 1.5 trillion dollars. So many people are looking to improve their physical, mental, and emotional wellness. At the same time, so many people are needed to help provide these services. What does it take to create a highly successful career in the health and wellness industry?

In this interview series called “5 Things You Need To Create A Highly Successful Career In The Health and Wellness Industry” we are talking to health and wellness professionals who can share insights and stories from their experiences.

In this particular interview, we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Christine Songco.

Christine is a certified life and health coach whose mission is to help people thrive in all aspects of their lives by finding their purpose in life, which she writes about on her website, Third Bliss. She is also a registered dental hygienist practicing in Southern California and is working towards becoming a board-certified health and wellness coach. When she’s not working, she loves spending time with her husband and 3 boys.

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Before we dive in, our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you tell us a bit about your ‘backstory’ and how you grew up?

I was born in the Philippines during the Ferdinand Marcos regime. I am the oldest of 4 kids and the only one of my siblings who is an immigrant, like my parents. My parents moved to the island of Guam when I was just a year old, to find work and pursue a better life than they had in the Philippines. A year later, my brother was born, and my sister followed a few years after him. As kids, we were never hungry, had a roof over our heads, and new clothes to wear at the start of each school year. So, I…

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