Get ready, it’s not your average story!
Where do I start? Born a middle child, I quickly became the Lisa Simpson in my family and spent the next many of years sharpening my advocacy skills.
From a young age, I knew I wanted to help people. I wanted to see people happier, living fuller, more enriched lives. Although, at my young age, I didn’t know how I was going to do this, I was hell-bent on making it happen.
Fast forward to my school years, I spent most of my time in leadership roles. Part of the debate team, running for school politics, working with the community in different ways to give back, to be of service.
When I grew up, I thought I was going to be a lawyer or a politician, I was going to create change on a massive level. Well, that part didn’t work out exactly how I thought it would, #welcometoreality. The change part, yes, the lawyer or politician, no. Instead, I went to school and became a Youth Justice Worker.
I spent a ton of my time working with youth in different capacities, helping these kids see a better way, reach for hope and change their lives one moment at a time. That was where the real work was, at ground zero.
Then, with some ups and downs, I realized the social service sector wasn’t going to provide me with financial security I needed to continue working the way I was, and the burnout was real.
I did a complete 180 and took up shop in corporate. This is where I learned the art of business. Although I had already picked this up from my amazing family full of entrepreneurs, it was something else to be totally hands-on, running a business for someone else. Getting to know the ins and outs. Soon enough, though, corporate was leaving me with a different kind of burnout. Extreme stress, late nights and early days. I spent a significant period of my life working myself to prove my loyalty so I could be seen in a deserving light only to find the raise I was looking for wasn’t really there. My efforts were far greater than the reward. I knew I was underpaid, overworked, no benefits and working hard for someone else’s dream. I knew nothing was going to change.
The worst part, I was yearning for something more. Something big. And it all had to do with helping people, creating lasting change for society, one person at a time.
Yup, she did it! I began building my empire slowly, spending months burning the candle at both ends. Waking up and building my mindset to get myself through my day job so I could return to work on my #sidehustle, building my client base by night. With the love and support of my amazing husband Ryan and the warmth and love of my 4 legged fur baby Zen, I worked my tail off to reach the goals I needed. Then the day came, I no longer had a #sidehuslte, instead, I was giving my day job the boot, becoming self-employed as a Coach and Speaker. Being me, doing what I loved and making the change I truly needed in my life.
I’ve worked with many clients to help them achieve their goals, break their old patterns and develop strong mindsets to get through anything they face. Mindset is the real game of life & Entrepreneurship. You can learn all the skills possible but if you simply rely on competence and ignore the power of your emotions, your conditioning, your subconscious, you’re kinda hooped! My goal is to help as many women as possible. I’m an empowered woman who wants to empower women to strive to be their best, to thrive in their lives and to transform their communities.
It takes just one change, just one moment, just one word, to change the trajectory of your life. I want to be a part of that journey. My life’s work is to help women take charge of their lives, living their lives on their terms. Women are naturally strong and I want to see more and more of you tap into your natural gifts. I help you remove all doubt, all fear and put in place the right pieces to make sure you’re rocking out how YOU want, exactly how YOU are all the while, earning financial abundance doing what you love to do.
I say no to
I say no to the same ‘
I say no to not being in control of my life.
I say no to anything less than freedom and abundance.
I choose not to settle, instead, I choose to flourish…to bloom!
What do you choose?
You can count yourself lucky if you have the privilege of knowing Ravi Toor. She is one of those rare people you just don’t get to encounter often. Every time I speak to her or hear her speak to others, I learn something new and grow spiritually. She has the ability to dig into the really deep nitty gritty parts of your soul you often ignore. What I find remarkable is her ability to inspire such transformational personal growth with her mindset beliefs and support. She is able to pull out the real gems and help you identify exactly what is so special about you that others need to know. If you get a chance to work with her in any capacity, you better take it. Amber