Our first featured mermaid rocks a baby belly like no one’s business – but not for long. She’s due in just a couple of weeks with baby #3. Amber Klunzinger, the brainchild behind the co-working space for women, The Collective, in Edmond, OK, and the owner of Liberty Wellness, found her answer to work/life balance by creating the solution and building something all her own for the sole purpose of sharing it. That’s why this working mama is a mermaid – turning desires into actions.
Amber is a quiet, humble, smart leader and I encourage any 405 area entrepreneurial women out their to check out The Collective or learn more about Liberty Wellness (which includes Young Living Essential Oils in addition to Amber’s wellness coaching.)
As a member of the Collective since last summer, I’ve been so impressed with this collection of entrepreneurs that I wanted to bring some of them to you as part of my Mermaid series – women who decide to say goodbye to convention and go for their dreams on their own terms. Women you should know and will likely be inspired by…
Amber is also a part of our Collective CORE Group led by GIANT Worldwide’s Sr. Associate and life/work coach Mickie Lara, one of my Deep Thoughts Mermaids. We read the same people, listen to the same podcasts and are both always seeking new adventures, whether that’s travel or an event or new restaurant. She also fulfills my desire to constantly talk about personality types and personal growth. 🙂 Speaking of which…she was the guest on BEING BOSS talking about how to understand personality types for your business so take a listen here.
I love that I often see Amber at our third mermaid’s swimming hole…Pure Barre Edmond, owned by Kelsey Moody. The Pure Barre work-out mixes ballet barre with
Pilates and Yoga and they are getting ready to add a more cardio-infused class as well. I love that Kelsey took the initiative to find something she loves and raised her hand and did the work – which means finding a space, building it out, learning marketing and social media plus managing a team of employees plus dealing with customer service. That’s a tall order. She’s handled the stress of opening a new business with a no-nonsense, logical approach and has done an amazing job building community in a short time. So if starting something from the ground up isn’t your gig, perhaps being a franchisee might be. (I’ve got another cool one to share next week!)
I’m in the draft stages of my book, Tribe Power, and these three…and all the mermaids I feature here…are solid examples of how having a good tribe can help skyrocket your success while finding personal fulfillment and peace. We all need a little more peace and prosperity in our lives. If you’d like my FREE exercise on figuring out your circle of influence to grow your Tribe Power, message me at malenalott (at) me (dot) com with the heading Tribe Power.
xoxo and to diving deep for your dreams,
>>Ready. Aim. Grow—->