5 Things We Learnt From Gisele Bündchen

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A model, mom, author, businesswoman, and environmentalist, does it all. It doesn’t come easy, as the face of Dior’s game-changing skincare line Capture Totale, admits freely. It takes work. Born in 1980 in Brazil, Bündchen chased her dream early moving to New York City in 1997 to pursue modeling. Three years later after fronting the covers of some of the world’s biggest titles she had signed her first major deal with Victoria’s Secret, which flung her further into the limelight as one of the highest-paid models in the world.

Retiring from the runway in 2015, Bündchen turned her focus to her other passions. A Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Program she championed the fight for . Also promoting the world of wellness and the benefits she released her New York Times bestselling book Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life. Here are five key principals she lives by.

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“No one needs anything from me at 5.30 in the morning!”


“If you don’t feel good, you’re not going to look good.”


“It’s not just about one thing, there’s no quick fix. You have to do the work.”


“I need seven to eight hours otherwise I can’t function.”


“We have to be more compassionate and kinder to ourselves.”