“You can say you want more freedom. You can say you want more… adventure. You could want a loving relationship. But it’s not what you say you want — it’s what you actually believe.”
— Andrea Parker
From her first day at the police academy, Andrea Parker knew a career in law enforcement wasn’t the right fit for her. Despite that, she went on to achieve great success, graduating at the top of her class, rising quickly to the rank of detective, making a salary over six figures. Still, even with the pride she took in serving the public, Andrea couldn’t shake the feeling that something was missing. That’s where her personal development journey began. Within 12 months of becoming a human potential coach, Andrea not only grew exponentially grateful and grounded, but doubled her personal finances. In this episode, we learn what can happen when we learn to let go of limiting beliefs and learn to live from the heart.
WHAT WE TACKLE IN THIS EPISODE:
- How to lovingly transition from one career to the next
- The true timeline for setting up a successful business
- Identifying and overcoming limiting beliefs
- The difference between the conscious and the unconscious minds
- The stages of personal development
- The meaning of heart-centered living
- Creating a life that you’re in love with
Connect with Andrea:
Andrea is a former police detective turned Human Potential Coach and expert.
As the Founder and CEO of AP Coaching, she works with high-performing women, helping them to release the limiting beliefs that are holding them back from their greatness, and empowering them to live their most extraordinary lives.
Andrea is an accredited International Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and holds certifications in leading-edge mind-body techniques.
As a highly sought-after coach, Andrea’s client list includes Professors, Doctors, C-Suite Executives, Professional Athletes, and Emmy Award-Winning Producers.
Andrea is a renowned international speaker, and her insights have been featured in documentaries, transformational podcasts, and Jack Canfield’s upcoming book.