Happy Friday! Gosia Campbell is our #FabulousFemaleFriday this week! She and I met through one of the awesome Facebook groups where we are both members. If you have been keeping up with my #girlboss(es) series, then you know how much I love showing off female entrepreneurs, so I was excited to read and write about Gosia! Enjoy, and check out her site when you get a chance: www.beautydeepskincare.com

Ms. Gosia Campbell
I’ve always had an interest in homeopathy and holistic approaches to health. When I moved to the UK from my native Poland, I decided to explore the area of healing through natural methods.
In 2000, I founded a successful massage and aromatherapy practice.
Inspired by my clients, who loved the homemade oils and creams I used, I decided to pursue my dream of creating my very own 100% natural skin care range. In 2016, Beauty Deep skin care was born.
Beauty Deep skin care encapsulates the things that bring me joy, the things I wish to share with others. Beauty Deep skin care is the result of not only my passion for pure, simple natural ingredients, but also my quest to bring a sense of well-being to a stressed-out world.
1.   What would you list as your best quality?
I’d say self-reliance. Over the years, it took time to develop that quality and I learned from my own life experiences. As we become self reliant and fiercely independent, we are also better able to serve and care for others.
2.   When do you feel your strongest?
I feel the strongest when I work really hard and achieve my goals.
I love the feeling of “I did it!” It gives me the confidence to accomplish more.
3.     On your most difficult days, what keeps you going?
I am a very positive and optimistic person and if I’m having a bad moment, I tell myself this will pass and that it’s only temporary. Then I visualise the way I want things to be.
Oh…and good-quality chocolate on a bad day always helps!
4.     What do you value the most in yourself and your family?
I value emotional and moral support. Family means the world to me. Spending time together and supporting each other is so important. It could be a hug or a phone call, just being there no matter what we’re going through.
5.     So far, what have been your greatest accomplishment(s) in your life and/or career?
I must say being a mum — I love the challenges it brings.
I am a proud mum to two amazing teenage boys and, as you can imagine, my life is never dull. I have learned to rise to any occasion.
It’s a true blessing and the best gift from life. As a parent, you experience a love that only grows stronger and never dies.
6.     What advice would you give to your younger self?
Keep pursuing your dreams and never give up; learn from your mistakes; have the courage to say what’s on your mind. Welcome failure as the best lesson to learn from things than go wrong. It’s a sign you’re working through things, pushing yourself and not taking the easiest path.
I’d also say learn to say “no” to others and not feel guilty about it. Listen to your gut feeling and trust it.
I’d also say take time to appreciate the smaller things in life and, above all, love your self.
7.   What do you look forward to the most?
I look forward to each day and what it can bring. I welcome a new day and make most of it!

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