Sandra Gee on her day.
Sandra begins her day with ten minutes of transcendental meditation - something she has practised every day for the past 27 years. "This provides me with inspiration, enables me to cope with a busy schedule and brings serenity and calm to even the most hectic of days."
By 11am, she has managed to fit in a breakfast meeting, has done her slot on Sandgrounder Radio and has sent a dozen emails.
To say she has a strong work ethic would be an understatement and, as we sit down for a cuppa and a chat, I can't help but think one thing: I don't know how she does it!
Despite cramming her long working days full of networking events and campaigning, Sandra remains friendly and chatty, and it seems there's barely a business-person in Southport she doesn't know.
Sandra is the queen of networking, however her life prior to this has been somewhat diverse. Born in Southport of Polish and Russian descent, Ms Gee ran a microwave cookery school from home for 20 years, in conjunction with being a manager at Tupperware.
Although Sandra loves to cook, she has her lunch out and about most days, as she is a fan of the fantastic eateries in the town. Some of her favourites include Trattoria 51, The Fig Bistro and Villaggio Cucina.
Her afternoon is spent strategising for upcoming networking events; Sandra has recently added new elements such as 'magical mystery tours', enlisting the help of Fusco Travel.
The rest of her day is spent having a coffee with charity boss and Ramada Plaza Hotel manager Enda Rylands, to discuss the Community Link Foundation (a cause Sandra is involved with).
She also often meets with Southport BID manager Andrew Sloman, to brainstorm new ways her networking can help local businesses.
Sandra says: "My strength is connecting businesses together which I love to do. I thoroughly enjoy meeting new people and getting to know new businesses, and the people behind them.
"We are very lucky to live in Southport; the contrast of the sea and promenade with the shops etc.
"So stunning, and so unlike anywhere else, and I would love nothing more than to see Southport restored to its former glory, with a booming local retail and tourism economy. Exciting times ahead for Southport's businesses!"
Sandra winds down her day with some television, a catch-up with her son and daughter, Phil and Tanya, and another ten minute meditation.