Ever since I watched the movie The Secret, I've been obsessed with manifesting. I thought I finally found something that was going to change everything and I was so excited.


I was ready for my world to transform. I had a list of things I wanted to manifest, new job, more money, better relationship (it was rocky), and the list went on for miles. I started attempting to manifest the life I wanted. 


My results were sketchy at best. I must be doing something wrong, so I started reading books and taking courses. Still, my results weren;t great. Maybe manifesting wasn't a possibility for me. I still didn't give up, if I could just figure it out...


I learned a lot from the books and courses. Taking action, taking inspired action, visualizing with feeling, and the one message that kept popping up....Don't be attatched to the outcome!


I could not fathom how to not be attatched to the outcome. Everything I was trying to manifest was super important and potentially lifechanging. I wanted them so bad!! So I started with little things like getting a free drink or good parking spots. I also started my own business, I'm making more money, & my relationship is in a much better place, but those things took a long time and I think I made it much harder than it needed to be.


A couple months ago, we had been talking about how nice it would be to have an extra freezer. We could put it in the garage, there's not a lot of room so it had to be kind of small, bigger than a mini fridge but smaller than a deep freezer. We didn't want to spend more than $50. No big deal, just one of those "wouldn't it be nice to have" things. I looked online and there was NOTHING that fit my vision. Oh well, moving on.


Have you ever had an idea just POP into your head? Seems like it comes out of nowhere. I had one of those. I was on my phone, probably on Facebook, and the freezer popped into my head with the thought to check a local yardsale site. I get on there and posted just 3 hour before was the freezer we visualized for $40!!!! I didn't even know one that size really exsisted. 


Everything about manifesting just got super clear. I understood how to let go of the outcome. It finally made sense. It wasn't I need this freezer (desperation) or this freezer will change my life, it was wouldn't it make life better/easier if we had an extra freezer. Just a happy thought of a possibility that I didn't try to force into my reality. Because I didn't try to force it, it was easy for it to show up. 


Since my Freezer realization, I'm manifesting things like crazy!! My business keeps improving, my relationship has taken huge leaps in happiness/support/& emotionally, I even manifested a practically brand new moped only 48 miles on it for $500. All of this because I learned to detatch from the outcome.

To your infinite success,
Andrea Richie 
"Don't wait for the perfect moment, 
take the moment & make it perfect."

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Starting a new business, home or brick & mortor (probably misspelled) can be scary and overwhelming. These 4 things will make it a whole lot easier to reach your goals. 


1) Know your Vision- Know where you're going, what you're working towards. Share it so others can connect with it. My fave Alice in Wonderland Quote "If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there"


2) Have a product you love- Businesses sell things. You have to have a product you love and use. Share that!! How it's helped in your life, why you like it, how to use it, what are the benefits. When you express your passion for a product, other people can see how it will help them in their lives.


3) LEARN!!!- Listen to audios and read DAILY! Keep learning and growing and stretching beyond your beliefs and past you comfort zone. The more you learn, the more you grow. I share daily audios on my facebook page. Just sayin' you might want to check it out 


4) GET A TRIBE!!!- Surround yourself with people that will push you further. People that inspire you. People that have what you want. They will motivate you and teach you how to get there. No one said you have to do it all alone.

To your infinite success,
Andrea Richie 
"Don't wait for the perfect moment, 
take the moment & make it perfect."


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So, I want to take a quick minute to appologize. Not sure if you've noticed, but I sure have, something has felt off about me and my message. I didn't mean for it to happen, but I've been holding back. I've been afraid to put myself all out there. I didn't want to be judged.

I've taken the last few weeks to work on a lot of stuff. I have learned so much & I'm gonna share it with you. First thing I learned is that when you hold back like I have been, it feels dishonest or "off". That was never my intention. 

I'm like most of you. I get a little freaked out when I go WAY OUTSIDE the BOX. What if it doesn't work out? What if I fail? What if it takes longer than I expected? What if people think I'm dumb? What if I have nothing to offer? Maybe I should stay in my comfort zone, where it's safe.

Dah da Dah!!!!

Here's what I've learned......

My comfort zone SUCKED!!!! I struggled to pay my bills, I worked ALL THE TIME, I hated my life, I was STRESSED OUT. Being an entrepreneur takes consistant work, it took me a bit to get the hang of it, I can be successful at it. Even with only a foot out of my comfort zone, I got results. People saw my vision. I had a duplicatable system. It worked!!

I did it by taking action daily. I connected with successful people. I keep learning, and learning has kept me moving forward. Not everyone will understand what I do, or even approve, reguardless of my results and that's ok. It's my life & my journey

I can help others that share my vision transform their lives. That's what I need to focus on.If you're ready to create your real life perfect, A life that you love, I can help you

To your infinite success,

Andrea Richie 

"Don't wait for the perfect moment,

 take the moment & make it perfect."

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Anyone who has started a business or any other lifechanging thing has been told to find their "why." The purpose of it is to help motivate you on the days you don't want to take action towards your goal. We all have those days where we don't want to work out or write our blog or go to class or do any of the daily actions that lead to success. For those days where veggin' out in front of the tv sounds like so much more fun than what we're supposed to be doing, our why needs to be motivating enough to push us to do the sometimes not-so-much-fun stuff.


I agree that your "why" is super important and has to be really powerful to contend with a day on the couch doing nothing. 


Here's the mistake most people make with their "why."
They do it backwards!


I don't know why, maybe it's because society is very negative based, but most people build their why on what they want to eliminate. So many people create their why as "I want to quit my stupid crappy job" or something like that. They design it as something to escape from. The reason this is backwards, is because in the begining it works great. But what happens when you quit your stupid crappy job? Your "why" loses it's power


The best way to design your "why" is to make it about what you want in your life. Sure you want to quit your job, but why??? Is it to do something you love? Is it to spend more time with your family? Is it so you can travel or generate more income to become debt free? A strong "why" is built on what you want to bring into your world, because even after you've eliminated the suck from your life, that 'why' is still a driving force. 


My why is HUGE for me. Summed up, my "why" is I want to be financially & time free. I want the capability to travel & LIVE. I want to start a family & be able to stay home with them. I want to thrive!!! 


I reached a point where I was no longer comfortable with working all the time, Just to get by. My life consisted of work and home, because that's the only way I could ensure I could pay my bills. I couldn't live like that anymore. I want to have kids, but that wasn't even an option for me if I could barely support myself. I definintely couldn't afford time off to have a child or the childcare after I had to go back to work.It just wasn't the life I wanted. So, I figured out my "whys" I found a solution, & they drove me through those lazy days until I had results. Because they are the things that I want, they still drive me, because I don't want to go back to surviving. I want More!


To your infinite success,
Andrea Richie 
"Don't wait for the perfect moment, 
take the moment & make it perfect."


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Everybody has at least one dream. You know, that picture of how you want your life to be. The car, the house, traveling around the world, having a family, being debt free, getting that amazing job or even helping your parents. It doesn't matter what your dream is, it's just important that you have 1 or even 100.


Now here's my problems with dreams. 


I have found that dreams usually fall into 1 of 2 categories. 


Category 1 is the wish...I wish I would just win the lottery, I wish I had my own cooking show, I wish I was a spy. Here is why I'm not a fan of the wish. Most likely it's not gonna happen. A wish is a dream with no action to back it up. You can wish all day that you had a cooking show, buit if you do nothing, odds are no one is going to show up at your house & say we need you. We have the perfect show for you to host. Same goes for winning the lottery, but never buying a ticket, or being a spy. Sure, it looks cool on tv, but what skills do you have that would make that an option? 


Then there's category 2, the goal. Hands down my favorite. A goal is basically a dream supported by action. Take the cooking show or even the spy thing, they can be goals. For the cooking show, you could learn to cook, start a youtube channel, send in audition tapes. The actions are what makes it a goal. The spy thing might be a bit trickier, mainly because I only have tv & movies to work off of. But, I'm guessing you go to the CIA or FBI and apply for some type of job, learn some languages, take some classes, learn gun & self-defense stuff. Whatever you need to learn.


Basically, when people say "follow your dreams" they're refering dream category 2. Be inspired by your dreams then take the necessary action to make that your life.

I had a dream of working from home, quitting my crap job, and starting a family. I dreamed about it for years, I wished for it every day, but nothing changed. Then I turned my dream into a goal. I found a company that resonnated with me, I learned the skills to be successful, I started to grow my income, & the last just takes time.


To your infinite success,
Andrea Richie 
"Don't wait for the perfect moment, 
take the moment & make it perfect."


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