• Amy does not tell me what to do or how to do it.  Instead she helps me develop my own set of tools so I can help myself overcome past barriers and reach my goals.

    Suzy Lee

  • Her insightfulness and understanding of what is food for growth and expansion helped me break through the remaining barriers that I was creating for myself... I am now living a life that I thought I never could have.

    Dr. Andrea Rosario

  • She's an amazing listener and unlike a psychologist she offers useful suggestions but in a way that have allowed me to arrive at my own conclusions.   I can say, without reservation, Amy has changed my life.

    Stefan Brandes

  • Despite years of various forms of healing such as psychotherapy, depth hypnosis, and my mediation practice, Amy helped me to uncover hidden thought patterns and feelings that I wasn't aware I was holding.

    Shauna Brandes

  • It was amazing the kind of internal movement, personal reflection and ultimately self-actualization that I accomplished in only a few sessions!

    Ashley Rosales

Why We Sabotage Our Own Success

"Why We Sabotage Our Own Success" by Amy Eliza Wong, Life Coach in the Sacramento, CA area

We say we want to lose weight, yet the scale isn’t budging.

We want to spend more time with our friends, however, there’s never enough time.

We told ourselves that …

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How To Remember Names & Develop Authentic Relationships

"How To Remember Names" by Amy Eliza Wong, Life Coach in the Sacramento CA area

It’s pretty amusing to go through my inbox and Facebook feed in the morning. These are the sorts of things vying for my attention:

Remove Bloat Once And For All
7 Steps …

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How To Get What You Want

How To Get What You Want by Amy Eliza Wong, Life Coach in the Sacramento, CA area

It’s been full, exciting, and uncertain over the past couple of months. Over the past 6, I’ve been working to carve out a specific outcome for my coaching practice. I’ve …

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3 Reasons We’re Annoyed and Impatient

Three Reasons We're Annoyed and Impatient by Amy Eliza Wong, life coach in the Sacramento, CA area

I’ve always considered myself a pretty patient and tolerant person. Growing up in a home where my mom operated a daycare, and as the oldest sibling of three, I learned …

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What I REALLY Think About Purpose

This week I’m switching it up. A few weeks ago I was asked to take part in a summit called The Less Traveled Path To True Purpose with 21 other “Purpose Experts” hosted by Lora Lefhea. It was actually pretty fun! If purpose is a topic you’re interested in and you didn’t get to experience the …

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