004. You Are the Inspiration You Seek with Amy Schuber

Amy SchuberThe Do a Day Podcast

For over a decade, Amy Schuber has been successfully coaching entrepreneurs & individuals on building, growing and sustaining a prosperous life, career or business while staying grounded and connected. She has learned success in business and life comes from not doing more but having a different approach, by being aligned, thoughtfully aware, engaged and connected to oneself and one’s mission on a deeper level.

Amy has an innate ability to see client’s true potential and unlock the possibilities through providing solutions and resources unique to her client’s personal and professional needs and desires. She provides curated resources and solutions to expand & maximize life & business opportunities. Amy supports her clients in bringing their visions into reality, while creating a clear, actionable path to achieving success.

Amy is also the host of the Inspired Conversations Podcast where she shares insightful conversations with thought leaders like Dr. Joe Vitale, Jen Sincero, John Lee Dumas, Mariel Hemingway and hundreds more who are making a meaningful difference through their work. The goal is to produce thoughtful conversations based on conscious business, mind, body, spirit, and well-being in hopes to spark your heart and ignite your soul into a deep dive of self-discovery. Amy intends for these conversations to inspire people to learn, create and thrive in their lives. With over half a million downloads in over 100 countries and featured in iTunes New & Noteworthy Amy is well on her way.

Amy truly believes you are the one you’ve been waiting for!

Key Points from the Show with Amy Schuber

  • You are the one you have been waiting for, an idea inspired by a Hopi poem Amy heard, pulls together so much of her message. While we all look for help and answers from others, the reality is, we are the ones we need to look to.
  • Sometimes, when you feel like your situation isn’t fitting with your gut, that may be all the permission you need to do something else. Sometimes, we feel obligation to others as being so strong that we can’t leave a situation we don’t align with, but the permission needs to come from us.
  • There is so much to be said for feeling empowered by your own capabilities to allow you to survive tough situations that may seem dangerous or too consequential if you don’t believe in yourself.
  • When one area is out of alignment in our lives, there are usually other things that aren’t where we want them. When we fix one area, we often positively impact others. We are interconnected, dynamic people, not a combination of discrete compartments that have nothing to do with each other.


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