Who Am I?
My name is Alexandra Streisand and I was born and raised on Long Island, New York. I attended Johnson and Wales University where I became extremely involved with helping others through community service while also working towards my degree in business and restaurant management.
A week after graduating with my business and restaurant management degree, I began managing a restaurant in New York City. While working over 80 hours a week, I was able to further develop my leadership and customer service skills. I also learned how to find the solution to any given problem.
I soon discovered that although the restaurant business is what I thought I always wanted, it was not what I was truly passionate about. I decided to make a profound decision to leave the restaurant business and travel around the world with nothing but a backpack and a burning desire in my heart.
Those next few months truly changed my life and opened up my eyes to the beautiful world that we live in. I developed a deep connection with every culture I surrounded myself with. I explored as much as I could; From Israel to Taiwan, and all the way to Thailand. I worked with numerous people, helping them in any possible way; working with local families, teaching English to a classroom of children, cooking local dishes to feed others and bathing and feeding beautiful animals in the jungles of Thailand.
All my life I knew that I loved working and helping others in any way that I could, but it was not until I explored more of the world that I realized my true passion is to help change people's lives for the better. I believe in helping others open their eyes to see all the opportunity that surrounds them and the full potential that lies within them.
It is my goal to help change your mindset and alter your way of thinking in order to see all the opportunities and possibilities that are in front of you. I am here to help overcome your weaknesses and breakthrough any fears that are holding you back from reaching your true potential. I believe in fully supporting, motivating, and inspiring you to become the person you want to be, rather than the person you feel like you "should" be or "need" to be.