Hey there, I’m Mandy. And I’ve been right where you are.
I have to be honest- I spent far too long staying stuck. Despite all that I loved in my life, I was frustrated… with me. There were dreams I wanted to chase and changes I needed to make, but when it came down to it, I was consistent in only one thing- quitting.
I started to believe that there was something holding me back, and if I could just find out what- I’d be cured. Well, I found out. Spoiler alert- it was me. I was the thing that was holding me back. But here’s the part that surprised me… I was relieved! Once I uncovered exactly what I was doing that was keeping me in this place, I realized I also had the power to change it. And from there, I went all in.
I learned all that I could about mindset, behavior, and how we create results in every area of our lives. I’m talking goals, habits, relationships, parenting, business- everything. And when I tell you it changed my world, I mean it Changed. My. World.
So much so, that I decided to trade those self-sabotaging habits for a psychology degree, a new story, and a mission – to help you learn how to create all of the change you’re craving too.
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What would your impact be if you went all in on the story you’re creating?
With every choice we make, we contribute to the life we’re building and the story we’re creating along the way. When I had my daughter, something in me shifted. She lit a fire in me, and it made me want to be the best version of myself. I knew that whatever path I chose, her precious eyes would be watching. And I didn’t just want to pass along empty words- the ones that tell her to chase her dreams and believe in her abilities. I wanted to show her the way. I wanted to be the Mama she deserves, and show up to my life all in.
The path to breaking generational cycles, self-sabotaging habits and lingering frustration all start from the same place- a decision. You start by deciding that you’re going to do something different. Something new.
And then, you jump. You commit to the changes, you take the steps, and you grow and learn the entire way.