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Meet Kaylee. A Girl with Big Dreams.

it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Kaylee. I met her after she scored the championship prize for horseback riding at a local fair in Connecticut. This young woman radiated confidence and rode a giant horse so gracefully, it was astounding. In our brief conversation, she shared insights on how to overcome fear, how to visualize success and even let me in on her life’s biggest dream… Watch her story and see how you may very well apply it to your own life! Happiness is not a choice. It’s an obligation. You are here. Right now. Why not make the most out of it?


PS: So, what are you lit up about right now? Share your story, post a link to a fun article or even MAKE US A VIDEO so we can see your light! Shine on.

Alexa Fischer

Meet Alexa Fischer

Wishbeads founder Alexa Fischer is an actress, teacher, author, and speaker whose work helps people go after their dreams, build their confidence, and break free from fear. It’s time to ignite your light.


How Swimming at Dawn Helped Me Overcome My Fear

How Swimming at Dawn Helped Me Overcome My Fear

Well, 2020 was quite a year, but it wasn't all bad! One of the profound gifts I received was the invitation to join a small group of friends who began swimming in the ocean at dawn. Now, despite the fact that I've lived less than a mile from the beach for two decades,...

Awkward on Camera? How to Overcome Your Habits

Awkward on Camera? How to Overcome Your Habits

Years ago as an actress filming a shampoo commercial, the director yelled, “Cut!” and then he said to me: “Alexa, can you please stop licking your lips?” Embarrassed, I became suddenly super self-conscious of how I hold my mouth on camera. (And all I could think about...

The Benefits of Healthy Boundaries

The Benefits of Healthy Boundaries

Years ago, I worked with a freelancer who set the most perfect ground rules at the beginning of our relationship: Don’t call - instead, email me, I prefer email. If you email after this time, I won’t respond until that time. And we won’t discuss work on the weekends -...

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