Sell Without Selling Podcast
From Surviving to Success with Amber Fuhriman
Today’s Guest: Amber Fuhriman
Amber Fuhriman is an immigration attorney, NLP practitioner, and the host of the More Than Corporate podcast – where she discusses finding fulfillment, defining success, and living your best life.
On this Episode:
- Amber explains how she thought law school ruined her life.
- Find out how obstacles racing helped transform Amber’s mindset.
- Amber discusses how she created a skewed definition of success.
- Learn about Amber’s journey with neurolinguistic programming.
- Stacey and Amber chat about the importance of taking complete responsibility over your life.
- Discover the crucial difference between motivation and discipline.
3 Key Takeaways:
- Any knowledge is a tool, it can be used for good or evil.
- Every person has trauma in their life they need to address.
- You can always find someone who knows more than you.
“It’s never too late to shed the bullsh*t and live the life that you want to live.” – Amber Fuhriman
(First ~2 mins)
Hey, this is Amber Fuhriman, attorney and success architect with Fuhriman Law, and founder of Success Development Solutions, and if you want to learn the six and seven figure science to success, significantly increase your revenue, and learn how to successfully build professional relationships, you should be listening to Sell Without Selling podcast with my mentor and good friend, Stacey O’Byrne.
Stacey: Hey Amber, welcome to the show.
Amber: Thank you so much for having me. I am so excited for you, and congratulations on the podcast.
Stacey: Thanks so much, and congratulations on all your journeys. You kind of sound like you’re addicted to be a serial entrepreneur like I am.
Amber: You know, I wouldn’t have thought that I would ever say yes to that, but I think I am.
Stacey: You know, I tell everybody I own 8 businesses. I am a serial entrepreneur and it does not mean I eat cereal for breakfast.
Amber: Although, I did today.
Stacey: You did? So I am really curious, you and I have known each other for a while, and there’s so many things about you that I admire, and one of them is your journey with the Tough Mother organization. I am curious as to what really pulled you into that community, and how it’s relative to you and your pursuit of success?
Amber: So I am going to give you the cliff notes version, because you know I could talk about this for hours. I found this idea of mud runs and obstacle course racing when I moved to Vegas. I always thought it would be fun. I grew up in the country in Idaho. This seemed like it was really close to something that would get me back to the roots of feeling like a kid again. I never realized it, but I used to make a joke that law school ruined my life, because people would ask me, “What do you like to do in your free time?” And I wouldn’t know how to answer that question. I blamed it on focusing everything on law school, but throughout this journey I’ve realized that whether law school came along or not, I would have lost myself, because I had been compartmentalizing so much because of my life and my journey and the things that I had gone through. And part of that was just losing every little piece of myself.