Author Amie Burnis : Giving the readers an understanding of their own psychology and ways to master it.

Amie Burnis Author

Some or the other time all of us have questions like whether we are good enough or not. Are we capable of achieving what we desire? Are we worthy of what we have received? And a lot more. Questioning oneself and our abilities isn’t something that only a few people deal with, it’s more common than we think. And that’s where people like Amie Burnis come to our rescue with their life-changing take on life through their books like The Freedom Switch.

After the release of her book, The Freedom Switch; we, at Vowelor, had an interesting conversation with Amie about her writing. But, before we continue with her interview, let us know a little more about the author.

About the Author: Amie Burnis

Amie Burnis Author

Amie Burnis is an author and a certified life coach. She has recently published her book named The Freedom Switch. In a manual-like format, the book gives practical exercises to move down the path of self-improvement slowly and efficiently instead of preaching toxic positivity.

Amie lives with her husband and four children in Wisconsin, US. She feels that her children are the reason for her constant growth as a person. Amie also spends a considerable amount of her time researching and implementing life-changing processes and tools, targeting the overall development of mind, body, and soul.

Further, Amie shared about her childhood, her writing journey, her inspirations, and more interesting things about herself. Here are all of her interesting answers.

Tell us about your parents and family.

My parents are both extremely hard workers who I credit for being my aspiration to dig in and get the job done. I have one brother who lives in Iowa. I am married to a power lineman and we have four kids! We love being active and being on the boat as much as possible in the summer.

When and where were you born and brought up?

I was born in Missoula Montana in Feb! We lived there until I was 14 we then moved to Wisconsin where my dad is from.

What were you like at school? Any childhood memory you would like to share?

I was very social, and loved playing sports, hanging out with my friends, skiing, biking, and swimming at the river all summer long.

What are your educational qualifications?

I attended college and graduated with a cosmetology degree. I later received certifications in ~ Happiness Life Coach Certification ~ Microsoft Excel Course~ Confidence Life Coach Certification ~ REBT Life Coach Certification~ Diet and Nutrition Certification ~ Reiki level 1,2 and Master Certification
~ Professional Life Coach Certification
~ CBT Cognitive Behavior Life Coach Certification
~ Life Purpose Life Coach Certification
~ Goal Setting to Success Life Coach Certification

What is your biggest achievement till today?

My biggest achievement is of course being a mother to four children, who have been my biggest motivation to be the best person I can be, and of course, writing and publishing two books.

Which writers inspire you?

Dolores Cannon, Michael Singer, Matt Kahn, Abraham Hicks, Annie grace.

Writing is stressful at times. How do you relax your mind?

Mediation, music, and I am big into fitness

What is your favorite motivational phrase?

Gods got me, I can’t lose.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

What others think of me is none of my business, and that worthiness comes from within.

What books do you like to read personally? What are you reading currently?

I only read personal development books LOL! My passion is also my career. Right now I’m reading Everything is here to help you by Matt Kahn, The two hands of God by Alan Watts, and Letting go the pathway to surrender by Dr. David Hawkins.

If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why?

I don’t think I could honestly pick someone else’s book to be my own. But maybe the bravery of Sarah hepola in Blackout as she shares her stories.

What made you decide to sit down and actually start writing?

Being a life coach I wanted to give my clients a book with the tools that have helped me the most.

Do you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?

The morning is my best time to be creative.

What is the reason you write for; is it for the readers or your own self or some other thing?

I write to hopefully leave people better than I found them

About the Book: Freedom Switch

Freedom Switch

The Freedom Switch is a self-help non-fiction book by the author Amie Burnis. It was published in the year 2022.  

The book focuses on aspects like understanding how the mind works, limiting beliefs, the idea of gratitude, and finding empowering beliefs instead. The Freedom Switch gives step-by-step exercises to reach our emotional and psychological goals instead of giving out the theory of positivity without backing it up with facts.

What genre is your book? What draws you to this genre?

Personal development. It’s my passion, I consider myself a professional student I will never stop learning, applying it to my life, and then sharing.

What was the inspiration behind writing this book?

I wrote this book for the sixteen Verizon of myself. I wanted to give a book to my kids as teens and say,” here read this, this is all the things I wish I would have known.”

What makes ‘The Freedom Switch’ stand out in this genre? What should a reader expect from it?

I like to use the analogy of going to a buffet you don’t have to take everything you take what you want and leave the rest. But the hard part is done you don’t have to go grocery shopping, prepare and cook the food. That’s what I do with my writing I give you tools and processes from all of my learning and researching, I take out all of the searchings, so you can get to work on yourself!

The book focuses on aspects like understanding how the mind works, limiting
beliefs that stop us from taking a big leap, having gratitude for what we have, and finding empowering beliefs. What were the hardest and the easiest things or ideas to incorporate?

The easiest things were just sharing my experience, I always try and share my heart, the hardest thing was being vulnerable enough to include processes that I knew would stir up heavy emotions. But by doing so it allows the reader to move forward in ways they have never been able to before.

Is there any special experience throughout the writing process of ‘The Freedom
Switch’ that you’d like to share?

Process 21 letting go of pain is so extremely powerful. I used it multiple times with clients and seeing them release emotions and understanding why they had been doing something for so long, just lit me up inside!

Future Plans

What are your ambitions for your writing career?

I just want to keep learning and Sharing as much as I can to help others.

Are you working on your new project? What will be your next book about?

Yes. This next book is about soul contracts and how everything happens in your life because you designed it. Even the challenging painful moments.

What does success mean to you as an Author?

Honestly, I just want to help people. Inspire them, lift them, make them feel the way I do when I read a book, and have an aha moment that helps me shift my mindset.

Do you prefer self-publishing or traditional publishing and why?

I have only explored self-publishing as of now. I enjoy having complete control over my creation.

One learning that you’d like to pass on to young debut authors.

Just write it, and take it one step at a time. Don’t get so overwhelmed that you do nothing. The only way to fail is to do nothing at all.

Your opinion about Vowelor.

I’m fairly new to Vowelor and I’m enjoying working with them.

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