Wish your way to the life you want

Alexa Fischer

It’s time to reinvent the way we wish. Like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, you already have the power you need to take you anywhere you want go.

Ready for the journey? Sign up and get my wish secrets each week (plus a few fun freebies)!

There’s power in wishing together. Join me in real life for epic fun, big results, and creative play with purpose.

Wish Walks

Let’s hike in the woods or stroll by the beach, wishing and crafting Wish Totems together.

Wish Circles

Join me at my favorite venues in Los Angeles to create paper-beads filled with your wishes.

Wish Camp

Come and play with me (and others!) away from the busyness of life, for delicious days of wishing on retreat.

I’m on a mission to get you wishin’.

Wishing is more than dandelions and birthday candles—
it’s really your secret superpower.

Let’s debunk the myths, shake up your concepts, and wake up your mind and heart to an entirely new way to wish.

Broadcast Your Brilliance Video Training

Intention-Setting Jewelry

I’m the creator of the goal-setting, wish-granting jewelry company Wishbeads and author of the book Wishwork. Write your wish on a tiny piece of paper, tuck it inside the cylinder, and wear your wishes to stay inspired to take action. Wishbeads have been featured on The View, Good Morning America, OWN, FabFitFun, and in boutiques around the country.

Alexa Fischer speaking into a microphone
Confidence Coach Alexa Fischer
Alexa Fischer

From actress to entrepreneur.

Here’s my story.

It was on the set of the TV show Bones where I had my epiphany. Lying on the floor with fake blood coming out of my mouth, I pondered, “What the heck am I doing with my life!?”

I loved acting, but my soul longed for something more. Mildly panicked that I had invested too much time / energy / money / effort into this career choice, I asked the “Universe” for a sign. Within 48 hours, a call from a friend changed everything.

That one offer to do media training for my friend’s client led me to launch my next chapter as an entrepreneur—coaching top executives, non-profits, and over 225K students around the world through my confidence and speaking courses and workshops.

Next came Wishbeads—an idea that “downloaded” to me in the shower! It was time to reinvent the way we wish, by helping people connect to their hearts, tap into their deepest desires, and believe in their own magic to make those wishes come true.

"Alexa is a truly gifted speaker, a bright, shiny light and, incidentally, a total hoot."

Jen Sincero

Author, You Are a Badass

"No one who has met Alexa can doubt her gift for transforming people with her special blend of earthly and otherworldly wisdom."

Shani Raja

Best-selling writing instructor

"Not only does Alexa know her stuff, but she so freely gives away her own roadmap to success."

Cheryl Hunter

Speaker and TV Commentator

"Alexa – the coach on creating a mega-watt personality is the expert on “it” and if you don’t have “it” you’re toast."

Ellen Lubin-Sherman

Author, Essentials of Fabulous

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Wondering how wishing works?

What stops us from wishing?

If you’re like most people, you think that wishing is for kids. Reality is for adults. Plus, wishing is risky. What if it’s too big? What if they laugh? What if you fail? So, you play it safe, suppressing your desires, so you can be happy with what is, rather than what could be. But guess what? It’s never too late to wish, and you don’t have to believe to begin.

Can I wish for someone else?

While you may be inclined to wish for someone else, that’s not the work we’re doing. And the truth is, you actually can’t make other people’s dreams come true. You can be part of them becoming actualized. You can be an aspect to their future dreams. But the best way to help others is to help yourself. This isn’t easy for many of us, but it is the work. So get selfish.

Your wish is a spark of light inside your heart and once it’s ignited, you shine. That’s the energy everyone feels around you when you say yes to you. And your light–activated by the pursuit of your wish–lights up everyone else’s light too. It radiates–affecting you, your family, your community, your country, and the world.

How do you know what to wish for?

So, what’s your wish? This hilariously simple question often evokes answers like, “good health, happiness, abundance, and true love.” All wonderful notions, but not nearly specific enough to render any meaningful results. When you can visualize your life as if your wish has already come true, you activate your entire being, and the details of this moment become the pin in the map of your destiny. If I asked you to name three things you longed for, right now, could you name them in vivid detail? Tricky, right? We often draw a blank.

How do we stop ourselves from making our wishes come true?
It’s odd that we habitually give our attention away – freely. Whether we focus on “worst-case scenarios” and spend our precious time doom-scrolling on our phones, or simply get lost in worlds that have nothing to do with us, we leave—in some way. The digital world is addictive by design, so this happens to the most mindful people—but in Wishwork – we get into relationship with this – quickly. We look at where we’ve convinced ourselves -” the world is terrible” or “why haven’t I already done that” or “I’ll never get to have that,”, which then blocks our mind from seeing what’s possible. This has taken a huge toll on us, resulting in unprecedented levels of anxiety, depression and division. But, the good news is, we hold the key to unlocking this prison of our own making.
Does wishing require work?

Once you’ve walked through this doorway of wishing, next, you must commit to participating in the process. It’s work. Any meaningful achievement takes effort and that’s why it’s so rewarding. But this kind of work isn’t hard work—it’s fascinating work. In fact, with childlike curiosity, you’ll be guided to discover what you want, then embark on 21 days of action steps, which will likely be different than what you imagine the “to-do” list to be. That’s the Wishwork. When we connect with our hearts, make our wishes, and do the “work,” we’re training our brains to awaken new patterns of possibility and purpose. But most importantly, the non-work work of “noticing.”

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