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About Amber2019-02-14T14:21:43-04:00

Amber Morgenstern

The Woman Behind The Little Blue Sign

I’m twenty-seven years young, born in Southern California and raised in Tampa, Florida. Ever since my first experience with a foreign country all I’ve ever wanted in my life was to travel the world to gain more culture and knowledge. Prior to now living full time and taking my life back, I was a full time student at USF, studying towards becoming a Physical Therapist while also working full time at Outback Steakhouse managing, serving, and bar tending.

Besides traveling the world, I’m passionate about helping others, health, and fitness. Through this amazing concept, I’ve found a way to check off bucket list items as well as fulfilling my dreams. I want to share that freedom with the masses, let’s go explore the world!

My Bucket List

“It’s better to look back on life and say I can’t believe I did that than to look back and say I wish I did that.”

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
— Wayne Dyer

“Take pride in how far you’ve come and have faith in how far you can go.”

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

— Mahatma Gandhi

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

— Nelson Mandela
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe; the mind can achieve.”
— Dr. Napoleon Hill
“Do not be afraid of dying, be afraid of living with nothing to die for.”

That moment when time stands still and all eyes are on you.

Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication.

No one will ever tell me there’s something I can’t do, even if I fall a few times.

Amber Morgenstern’s Story

From Serving Tables To Serving People

My background is pretty simple. I’m a small town girl with a deep burning desire for more in life. I played competitive sports my whole life and worked at a little mom and pop restaurant serving tables. My dream was to be on the women’s Olympic soccer team and be a professional athlete. I had a taste of that dream playing as a U.S. sports ambassador in Amsterdam when I was 13. Soccer and tennis were primarily my focus in hopes of getting a college athletic scholarship out of that small town. I got injured my senior year and those dreams quickly vanished. My new goal in life was to help as many young athletes from my circumstance as I could; which is where my physical therapy studies came about. I knew I never wanted to be someone’s employee.

I yearned for something more significant than the 40hrs/40yrs/40% retirement plan we had been programmed our entire lives to do. For years I had been searching for something else without ever knowing exactly what it was. I was just going through the everyday motions of going to work and school, working three different positions in a restaurant and full time enrolled in college. That changed when I was introduced to the largest direct sales travel company in the world.  A spark was lit once again inside me that I was desperately looking for.  I had finally found something that provided the fun, freedom, and fulfillment knowing my dreams of helping others on a larger scale could be a reality while having a ton of fun along the way!

Living Completely

Through My Eyes

Jumping the Shark

Cayman Cove Doesn't Disappoint. Great atmosphere, great food, and most importantly... Great drinks! #MorgensternWorldWide

The Gift That Keeps On Giving

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Cheers to Freedom

Commemorating our Country's independence is a privilege that I am incredibly thankful for. The freedoms myself, friends, and loved ones are able to celebrate are not taken

Lead with passion

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Savage Race

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Shark Week

I don't watch TV often, but when I do it's sports or shark week! ? So in celebration  of Shark Week here's a candid from mine and my