Hello! I'm Adamaris

Freedom Lifestyle Business Strategist

One of my dreams was to kayak in Roatan, Honduras

When was a psychotherapist stuck in corporate America I would think about the lucky people that got to travel around the world. I would close my eyes in my office and picture me and my husband on the beaches of Roatan. (That’s me in the pink shirt when my dream became reality.)

I was overworked, underpaid, and stress out!

I wanted freedom!

So I could travel the world with my husband without having to ask permission and worry about how I was going to pay for it.

It seemed like no matter how hard I worked, there was never enough money or time to live the life I really wanted.

I got freaking tired of seeing others with less knowledge, skills and experience make a whole lot more money than me.

They were living my dream while I was stuck in a cycle of struggle and hustle.

So I moved through the fear and did something about it!

I created a purpose driven business that serves my clients well and has allowed me the freedom to explore new countries, meet amazing people, and relax on a beach while I still make money.

If this is the kind of lifestyle you desperately desire to create.

I’ve got great news for you… 

There is a way to grow a purpose driven business, make more than enough money, have a real impact in the world, while having the freedom to decide how and where you invest your time.

I have created a free resource for you to get started, just click on the button below.

The Truth: Why freedom is so important to me

Fifteen years ago, as a result of overworking myself in the corporate world my health and finances were severely affected. I had to quit my successful corporate job in finance.

Because I was a single woman with no income coming in, I had to move back in with my parents. I felt that my world was collapsing all around me. I felt like a failure. I was embarrassed.

After working with doctors, health and wellness practitioners, coaches and mentors I realized that my subconscious programming (limited beliefs) was the culprit for my poor health and scarcity thinking. I was taught to work harder than everybody else, do things as perfect as possible, be the best, and that time is money!

I was grateful for that experience because transformed my life! During my healing process I went back to school and became a psychotherapist because I wanted to help others avoid the pitfalls, I’d fallen in. I met and married the love of my life.

Unfortunately, after years of helping thousands of people as a psychotherapist I’d fallen for the corporate trap once again. Even thought I was not technically working as a corporate employee I was at the mercy of insurance companies and they decided how much they were going to pay me and even if they allowed their subscribers to have access to my services.

I realized I had to stop and get out before I fell into the pit of overworking myself again.

That’s when I created an International Coaching/Consulting Business where I guide and support women who are service professionals create businesses that allow them to design a life of travel, love, and freedom! 

The Truth: Why freedom is so important to me

Fifteen years ago, as a result of overworking myself in the corporate world my health and finances were severely affected. I had to quit my successful corporate job in finance.

Because I was a single woman with no income coming in, I had to move back in with my parents. I felt that my world was collapsing all around me. I felt like a failure. I was embarrassed.

After working with doctors, health and wellness practitioners, coaches and mentors I realized that my subconscious programming (limited beliefs) was the culprit for my poor health and scarcity thinking. I was taught to work harder than everybody else, do things as perfect as possible, be the best, and that time is money!

I was grateful for that experience because transformed my life! During my healing process I went back to school and became a psychotherapist because I wanted to help others avoid the pitfalls, I’d fallen in. I met and married the love of my life.

Unfortunately, after years of helping thousands of people as a psychotherapist I’d fallen for the corporate trap once again. Even thought I was not technically working as a corporate employee I was at the mercy of insurance companies and they decided how much they were going to pay me and even if they allowed their subscribers to have access to my services.

I realized I had to stop and get out before I fell into the pit of overworking myself again.

That’s when I created an International Coaching/Consulting Business where I guide and support women who are service professionals create businesses that allow them to design a life of travel, love, and freedom! 

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