Name of Your Business
Amare Global, The Mental Wellness Company
How Does Your Work Enable You to Connect to and Fulfill Your Life Purpose/Passion?
Who Is Your Ideal Client and Why?
Amare is holistic, natural solutions that are ideal for anyone seeking improved psychological vigor.
Vigor is defined by a mood state characterized by physical energy, mental acuity and emotional well-being. Vigor can also be described as the opposite of “burnout” (physical fatigue, brain fog and emotional exhaustion).
Whether it’s improving one or all of these, Amare has a solution.
“Amare’s product philosophy is not just about helping a depressed person to feel normal again, but is about helping the average person feel amazing.”
What Unique Offerings Do You Provide?
Amare Global is a direct sales company that was first introduced to market in a pre-launch phase on September 1, 2017 and formally launched on January 1, 2018. We’ve had phenomenal growth month over month and yet are still in its infancy stage.
Amare is the first and only company specifically offering a comprehensive natural solution to address mental challenges. Amare combines ancient natural wisdom with modern scientific innovation to develop natural health products and programs based on our emerging science, centered around the most recent discoveries on what is called the “Gut-Brain Axis” (the GUT being our second brain).
Amare is already an award-winning company; the flagship product called The Fundamentals, has recently won the prestigious 2018 NutrAward for Best Finished Product and the Mood + was a finalist in the Best Botanical Product category. In addition, Amare Global was a finalist for Best Start-up in 2018.
Who Was Your Role Model Growing Up? How Did That Person’s Actions Impact You?
My role model was (is) my mother, Anna Gloria Goldman Saltzberg. My mother was a school teacher when she contracted polio in 1955. At the time, she had two small children (one and two years old) and spent a year in an iron lung in the hospital. When she came out, my mom was confined to a wheelchair, paralyzed from the waist down.
My mother overcame this affliction and adversity in many ways. She became pregnant and gave birth to a child ( me) when no one said she could. My mother learned to drive a car with hand controls, and she taught guitar lessons to the neighborhood kids after school. (she had me pay $.25 per lesson so I would appreciate and value them).
My mom was very creative – she was a seamstress and sewed her own clothes, having unique needs being in a wheelchair. She also made outfits for her three daughters and used sparkly sequins ribbons and buttons on many of her projects.
My mother was considered a ’genius’ and was awarded the Founder of Boston Mensa. She had lots of interests – she read Tarot cards, and we had Transcendental Meditation (TM) ceremonies and hootenannies ( folk music parties) at our house. My mother had many diverse friends, she had black and gay friends (back in the 60s) when this was not the norm. My mom taught me not to judge people and to accept them as they are. I remember she would tell me that if I didn’t get to know the people that were supposedly ‘different’ than me, it would be my loss as I may miss out on getting to know some really wonderful people.
We often had foreign exchange students from MIT and Harvard living in our basement and then she would travel to their countries and visit with their families (she was fluent in six languages). She earned the money to travel from her music teaching and did so with my dad, despite being in wheelchair at a time when handicap accommodations did not exist.
My mom was not afraid to ask strangers for help with the groceries or to assist in putting the wheelchair into her car. She would also compassionately explain to the inquisitive children about her wheelchair when their parents would attempt to hush their curious mouths.
My mother had a strong moral compass and lived her truth. She taught me so much about life in our short ‘time’ together. I watched her continue to ‘live her life out loud’ and although she was in a wheelchair, my mother continued to dance.
My mother passed away at the tender age of 50; I was 18. She continues to live on within me and in my heart every single day.
Favorite Place to Escape and Refuel?
Top 3 Ways to Treat Yourself to Self-Care?
Nourish myself and my body, healthy nutrition- surround myself with positive, up-lifting, like-minded and fun people.
Daily physical exercise- run in the swimming pool, walk, yoga, etc.
Creativity, meditation, being in nature- ideally all three combined
How Do You Express Yourself Creatively?
Art, draw, collage, interior design, movement- dance, drumming, yoga, help others with their passion/mission ( interviewing, mentoring, ideas for their business, etc)
Last Memorable Book You Read and Why?
The Universe Has Your Back, Gabrielle Bernstein – She speaks to me. This book is about creating your own life. We are always guided. Our vibration attracts what we bring, surrender and be an instrument of love. Very inspiring!
Favorite Movie and Why?
The Wizard of Oz – a classic- although we don’t always feel whole- like we are missing something (heart, brain, courage). We are complete. And there IS no place like home.
“Go to” Quote or Mantra that Grounds You?
“Everything is always working out for me” Abraham Hicks
Accomplishment Are You Most Proud of?
Parenting (my two) children- they are kind responsible young adults who care about other people and the world around them.
Best Lesson Learned in Life So Far?
Not to worry – that everything is perfect – even if I don’t understand it (now I don’t feel the need to)….. and to trust in the process Life is delicious -! And messages are there if we pay attention to them
Advice to Younger Self?
Be kind to yourself – follow your inner wisdom and guidance- it’s the best GPS ever. No one knows what is right for you – except you. And be reminded to let that child within you out- and often! Have delightful, joyful and ridiculously spontaneous fun!
What Do You Love Best About Yourself (physical trait or personality characteristic) and Why?
I am genuine and heart-centered and see people and the world as they are – love.
Any Advice for Women Considering Joining the SheBreathes Collaborative?
This is an opportunity to be in a community of inspiring women, to get to know and learn from, so don’t let your ‘obstacles’ or excuses get in the way ( time, money, distance) and see what it can bring. You don’t know unless you try.
Any Message You Have for Our Community?
Exclusive offer for SheBreathes readers:
I welcome you to take a brief five-minute online Mental Wellness Assessment where you will learn where you fall on the mental wellness continuum. You will receive a thirteen page eBook on (Amare) product and lifestyle recommendations specifically tailored to your needs.
Actual answers are strictly confidential.
Take the Assessment here: 11008.amarecontent.com