Your voice needs to be heard
Too often we dilute ourselves for the sake of others. We set ourselves aside. We lose our life force. This work is about standing up, activating your strength, reconnecting to your confidence and owning who you are.
I help women leave self-doubt behind and step into their inner power.
You have worked hard in your life. You have tried to please everyone around you. And, in the process, you have lost the connection to who YOU are. You’re looking for a roadmap. An internal GPS. A re-calibration.
I can help you recommit to your essence, identify your internal and external constrictors and move out into the world with a renewed sense of SELF, feeling strong and confident.
"OMG, you should write a book!"
Be honest, how many times have people (or your inner voice) said that to you? And every single time, you’d feel that tingle of excitement mixed with the discomfort of fear push its way through? Questions and “facts” dancing around you: “How am I going to do that?”, “I’m not good at writing”, “Who’s gonna want to read it?”, “I don’t have enough time”, “I need to have a bigger platform first”, or “UGH, I’m gonna throw up! This feels TOO BIG for me!”
Sounds familiar? Fear and overwhelm can easily be dismissed once you get CLARITY around what to write about.
Not sure where to start? Got too many ideas and you don’t know which one to pick? Here’s my BEST tool to find out the EASIEST book that YOU could write NOW!
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Discover the Magic in BEing
I believe that in sharing our stories, we allow ourselves and others to grow.
I believe that in just BEING ourselves, we share great lessons with others.
I believe that connection can be a catalyst for some of the greatest shifts we can experience.
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Soul Superstar: Stories From My Sober Heart
“There comes a time when the excruciating pain of the past becomes so unbearable that you just can’t keep running away anymore. The faint hope of freedom is worth risking it all. Exhausted and breathless, heart pounding in your chest, you finally stop. And in the most powerfully graceful move, you swerve, turn around and face your Darkness.”
One year into sobriety, Annick Ina opens up and shares her journey in a series of essays and letters from the Soul, as she explores her past and makes her way back to her Self.
Her storytelling talent and her distinctive voice, as humorous as it is gutsy, will transport you to explore your own experience and see it under a new light.
Author, This Naked Mind
Annick delivers an exciting and engaging book. She has a fluid writing style – it is easy to get swept up in the stories. This book offers a unique perspective and an original twist – hearing directly from the soul and through these letters from Annick’s ‘soul superstar’ we find that we are not alone, we are always taken care of and that everything in our lives happens to shape and mold us allowing us to deliver the gifts we have inside of us to the world.
Author, Rainbow Revolution
This is the most refreshing and creative book on living sober emotionally, mentally and spiritually. This book reminds me that the first year is always the hardest but the most powerful. Using creativity to answer life’s most puzzling questions inspires me and I could feel Annick Ina hold my own heart as I continue to lean into the world with faith more.
Founder of TikkunTokens.org
Annick’s brutiful truth telling about her own foibles, challenges and learned lessons provides a compelling and entertaining vehicle for her teachings on love, compassion and personal growth. Her narrative mixes personal stories with the fiercely loving voice of her guardian angel resulting in a joyful, funny, honest guidebook for people searching for a way to grow.
Writer, The Feral Soul
I really enjoyed reading this beautiful candid personal story of growth and transformation. Annick tells her story with humour, vulnerability and depth that deeply resonated with my soul. There are so many lessons and insights that made me stop and reflect on my own life. As someone who has also struggled with facing my own feelings and shadows, often turning to alcohol to suppress them, I can definitely relate to this journey. Loved it!