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Andrea Isabelle Lucas was once a broke, single, teenage mom, a former stripper and a victim of domestic violence who relied on food stamps for groceries. Today she runs her own business that brings in millions of dollars a year. How’d she do it? She took ownership of her life.
“I think ultimately what it means is owning what it is that you really want for yourself, and then refusing to let anything stand in the way of going after the life that you really want to have.”
Meet Andrea, discover her book “Own It All” and learn more about her award-winning studio, Barre Soul at barresoul.com
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