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Most Recent Book Title
Vision Book
Book Description
*January 1, 2022 Release Date* Self-help book that challenges the reader to accept that you don't get what you want; you get what you envision. Steps are provided to assist with visualization as well as reframing and dealing with trauma in order to get to a life that is better than anything they could have ever believed was possible. The book includes a 100-page journal as well as exercises to put the principles into action.
Additional Book Titles
Brambleton University: On the Yard (fiction)
Author bio
Amanda Gia is an eclectic writer who has a passion for fashion, art history, and music. She enjoys writing about relationships, college life, and romance. Her writing career is beginning to flourish as she provides diverse online content to bloggers around the country, as well as, completes books and short stories for publishing. She gets lost in writing and graphic design projects, and looks forward to the day she'll be able to devote more time to her creative pursuits.

Amanda Gia holds a Master's Degree in Humanities and a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. Her career has encompassed many defined areas including modeling, scientific research, and education. She is currently a public administrator/ statistical analyst who has earned the Distinguished Service Award.

Virginia is her home, but Amanda is an avid traveler who, if she had it her way, would travel even more. She loves to read, cook, spend quality time with her son and daughter, and plan special events. Amanda is also very committed to her church by serving God through word and deed.

If she had it all to do again, she wouldn't; however, she would have picked up a fashion merchandising degree along the way. She looks forward to all the future holds with high expectations.
Professional Speaker Topics
Exultation, Inspiration, and Motivation; Visualization and Mediation; How to Achieve Goals; Relationships
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"You don't get what you want in life. You get what you envision."
"The best things in life aren't things."

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