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Amy Goldizen: 6-Figure Growth Coach and Businesswoman

 


Amy Goldizen is a growth and resiliency coach serving driven women entrepreneurs who are ready to uplevel their success by turning their obstacles into opportunities. She holds a degree in psychology and is a certified life coach, owns a profitable 6-figure digital marketing agency, and is a mother to 4 (and one on the way)! A survivor of domestic violence, she has broken a familial cycle of addiction, suicide, neglect, and abuse my utilizing the power of mindset mastery and perspective reframing to eliminate limiting beliefs about the self, the circumstance, and the world around her - and she teaches her students to do the same. Operating off of the principle that success isn't defined by circumstance, but rather how we react to it, she serves as an inspiration and glimmer of hope to anyone who spends just 5 minutes listening to her message. 

Why do you do what you do? 

I'm a survivor of domestic violence, who has broken a familial cycle of addiction, suicide, neglect, and abuse by utilizing the power of mindset mastery and perspective reframing to eliminate limiting beliefs about the self, the circumstance, and the world around me, and I teach my students to do the same. Operating off of the principle that success isn't defined by circumstance, but rather how we react to it, I serve as an inspiration and glimmer of hope to women worldwide.

I do what I do because I had to learn through years of pain how to cultivate resiliency so that growth was possible. I want to condense that journey for other women because I know how painful it can be to learn through trial and error. The world needs more incredible women living in their purpose. Humanity needs more love, compassion, and nurturing - and strong women are designed to do that! 

How does what you do benefit others?

I serve driven women entrepreneurs who are ready to uplevel their success by turning their obstacles into opportunities. I empower women to learn to tap into the power of mindset mastery and perspective reframing to eliminate limiting beliefs about the self, the circumstance, and the world so that they can free themselves and step into their truest, most authentic sense of being. When women live in purpose, the impact they are capable of making has no ceiling. 


Describe your career journey and how it led you to where you are now.

As a child growing up in an abusive home I decided at an early age that being miserable was a choice and that there is a purpose in our suffering if only we can look beyond emotion and uncover the lesson. It drove me to pursue a degree in psychology and a certification in life coaching to better understand why people do what they do so that I could help people overcome adversity. What I found was that when you change the story around the circumstance, you change reality and how you ultimately experience it. I've since made it my mission to share this message with the world.

Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? 

My impact is most made in helping to cultivate growth and resiliency in women who are hell-bent on making an impact. Alone I can only do so much - but over the next 5-10 years I am going to build an empire and redefine what it means to become an empowered woman. Empowered women empower women, and I intend to do just that.

If you had one superpower to help you further your purpose, what would it be and why? How would you use it?

If I had one superpower, it would be to create openness in anyone. The only time I am in a position to facilitate transformation is when someone is open and committed to it. One of the biggest roadblocks to helping people transform is their inability to get out of their own way. If I had this ability, I would use it to create the ideal scenario so that I could help people reach their goals quicker, bypassing the resistance, so that they could spend more of their time truly enjoying their life and living in their purpose, fully fulfilled. 



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