Love, Service, and Authenticity.
I live by these three words. What lights me up most is helping people unleash their inner greatness so they’re free to live a more balanced and authentic life. My innate desire is to make a marked difference in the lives I have the privilege to touch. I’m a huge believer in it takes a village; I’m an advocate of WE over I. When you trade “I” for “We” magic happens, even illness turns to wellness.
I’m an entrepreneur, a mom, a writer, a philanthropist and I am dedicated to helping you transform into the person you’re meant to be. I built my company from the ground up 11 years ago when solutions for busy people who are trying to squeeze 36 hours into 24 didn’t exist. The constant Go, go, go. Do do do. If this sounds familiar, I get it, I was you. I don’t know where you’re at in life right now or if you’re personally facing any challenges but don’t we all have that thing, that nagging (fill in the blank) that constantly tries to overtake us? The one thing that brings us to our knees and cripples us.
Being a woman is hard at times and we have a ton of pressure on us to be everything to everyone, don’t we? We’re supposed to be the beauty, and the brains, the “girl boss”, the trophy wife, the taxi driver, the gourmet chef, the maid, the available best friend, the amazingly thoughtful daughter and the list just goes on and on. I hope to inspire and teach woman the fine art of delegation and asking for help. The Superwoman syndrome is real. Society has conditioned us to think that we need to juggle many glass balls, at once, without dropping them. If you can relate at all to what I am saying you are probably saying … what can I do? Sometimes it’s as simple as getting over our own perfectionist streak and realizing that we don’t need to do it all and we shouldn’t. Sorry to spoil it but for you but only Superwoman can do it all, and she isn’t real. I know right?!
I’d like to empower you to find a better way, share my journey with you and help you squeeze every ounce of juice out of your life before you reach the end and you realize you never really lived. You merely existed for everyone else.
In the community, Amanda was formally recognized by the City of Ottawa as an Agent of Change for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation through her 100-Man-Run initiative which raised over $125,000 for cancer research. In 2015, she was Knighted as a Dame into the Order of St. George. She is a regular contributor on Medium, Linked In and posts daily on Instagram.