Thank you for taking the time out of your busy life to visit my site.

Who isn’t busy, right?

Seriously, how could you not be?! There are a million things that need to be done in a day! BUT, has this busy-ness left you feeling anything like this —

Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? Are you always tired? Do you find your work taking over your life? Are you exhausted by your travel for work? Do you feel like you don’t see enough of your family and friends? Do you feel like you should workout, but rarely do? Do you feel like you should eat better, but you don’t? Do you feel like you have no creative energy? Do you feel like you could be doing more with your life, but you aren’t?

I know how this feels because I went through it myself.

Annick’s Background

I started off in a creative field as an award winning furniture designer. I strayed from the creative path and ended up with a corporate job that I was good at, but had little interest in. It was an intense position and I was travelling 80% of the time. Due to stress, I gained 23lbs in two months. My personal relationships were in shambles. My work was completely unfulfilling. I couldn’t remember the last time I had done anything enjoyable, even though I was traveling to some pretty cool places. Although I was successful at my job, I felt like I had no control over anything and I felt like a fat slug.

When asked how things were going, my response was always: “My life sucks.”

When I hit rock bottom, I woke up one day knowing enough is enough. I was tired of feeling sorry for myself and complaining all the time. I thought,

There has to be more to life than this. Things have got to change and… I’m not going through this fat.

THE CHANGE

Looking back, I find this a pretty funny thing to say to myself. However, it was a major turning point for me and set the course of my future. In my pursuit for a more richly designed life, the first thing I did was start making my health and fitness a priority, which lead to a mindset transformation.

Fitness had always been a part of my life and yet I couldn’t remember the last time I had worked out. I began my journey into nutrition and truly started to understand the impact of my food choices, both physically and mentally. Let’s be clear that vegetables, at that time, were not a part of my diet. As I gained back my body, my mind and will grew stronger. With that, everything else in my life started to fall into place.

I started to pursue things that I loved, but had put aside to live the life I felt I should be living versus the life I wanted to live.

The biggest gift back was creativity. As a designer and artist, I was downright scared that I had lost my ability to create. By strengthening my body and mind, I began to see that my creativity is always present and will to continue to develop and grow throughout my life.

TODAY

I am an Author, Entrepreneur, Motorcyclist, IIN Certified Holistic Health Coach, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Motivational Speaker, and Designer living a life I intentionally designed and love. My friend’s affectionately call me a “Slasher” because I’m involved in so much. It isn’t always easy, but this multi-disciplined life keeps me inspired, curious, and satiates all my interests. My goal is –

COACHING

I work with clients who are highly motivated individuals, such as Executives, Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Creatives, who have found that during their pursuits they just got a little off track with the big picture. I help guide these clients through limiting beliefs, so they can unleash their fierce creativity. We work together to create a life that is balanced between their work, personal life, and health. I get them to a place where they feel fulfilled and empowered to be their best self, which in the end makes them even more successful.

Who doesn’t want to reply, when asked how things are going:

My life is awesome.

MOTORCYCLES

I bought my first motorcycle when I was 21 and lived in NYC. As a complete newbie, I took my freshly purchased, unreliable, vintage bike on her first ride where she promptly broke down on the Brooklyn Bridge. As I pushed the bike off the bridge followed by a long angry honking line of backed up New York City traffic, I quickly learned that riding is not for the faint of heart. Oddly, that event cemented a love affair with all aspects of riding. I learned how to tear down and rebuild an engine. I raced a Honda RS125 for several years in CCS and ARHMA. I also founded and hosted a motorcycle night at Bar Matchless in Brooklyn, NY. I have always been a huge supporter of empowering women to get involved in motorcycling and racing. I am proud to be a contributor for womanrider.com.

You can find me on my podcast FEROCE where I interview women who ride and speak on all subjects moto related. Motorcycling has been a long time passion of mine. It thrills me to share this sport and lifestyle with others.

LET’S CONNECT

If you were curious on how coaching can help you in your life, would like coaching, or just want to talk about motorcycles and design? Hit me up at - info@annickmagac.com

While we’re at it, let’s connect via social media. See links below.

I’d also like to offer you an excerpt of my book – CLEAR: How to Simplify Your Life & Live More Fearlessly. Enjoy!