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The Powerful Impact Of Making Self-Care A Priority W/Amanda Kloots

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As Boss Moms, we go through many challenges that lead to us forgetting to take care of ourselves. The truth is, we’re the best version of ourselves and moms and business owners when we dedicate some time to focusing on ourselves.

Why is the self-care component so important, and how does it tie in with mental health? How do we learn and transition into the self-care component?

In this episode, the founder and owner of AK! Fitness brand Amanda Kloots joins me to talk about the life challenges a Boss Mom faces, how to take back control and why self-care is not selfish.

I believe that I am the best version of myself as a mom when I feel fulfilled in myself too.

-Amanda Kloots

3 Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • Leveraging your time
    How can we leverage our time properly so we can spend it with our family and to take care of ourselves?
  • Growing your business with self-care in mind
    Can we scale our businesses so it can run by itself?
  • Find your own outlet
    As Boss Moms, it can be difficult to find our own outlets, how do we find what fills our cups?


Guest Bio

An Ohio native, Amanda brings her infectious and inspirational attitude to everything that she does. A former Broadway dancer and Radio City Rockette, Amanda performed on a variety of stages, film and tv productions for over seventeen years.

Amanda’s love of dance and fitness led her to work and lead classes at one of New York’s premiere fitness studios with regularly sold out classes teaching upwards of 12 hours a day. Amanda developed the jump rope method after years of trying different ways to stay in great shape. She fell in love with the jump rope after discovering it’s the quickest, most effective way to get a full body workout, and spent years creating ways to use it for more than just jumping. In 2016, Amanda decided to focus full time on her AK! Fitness brand – her signature classes featured jump ropes and dance mixed with cross training to create a unique full body workout.

In addition to the AK! Fitness brand, Amanda and her sister Anna launched the apparel company Hooray For® that celebrates positivity and donates proceeds to non-profit organizations worldwide. Amanda’s first memoir, co-written with her sister, was released in June 2021 and is set to become a movie. The title, “Live Your Life”, tells of her ninety five day struggle and love story with her husband Nick Cordero. Most recently, Amanda wrote, executive produced, and starred in the CBS holiday movie “Fit for Christmas” in December 2022.

Kloots currently resides in Los Angeles with her son, Elvis.

Find Amanda on Instagram @amandakloots 

Find Swanson W/I/O on Instagram @live.wio

Visit https://amandakloots.com/


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Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff is the Founder of Boss Mom and creator Nurture to Convert.
She is a mother, author, speaker, messaging strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She believes that too many brilliant moms are struggling to figure out how to grow their business while balancing all that is required to be a good mom, partner, and woman. So many moms are trying to grow their business using trends that feel inauthentic and aren't realistic for their inconsistent schedules. She has helped thousands of women become known for their brain and not their dance moves

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