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Cindy Ashton, Singer, Entertainer, Speaker & Recipient of President Obama’s “Call to Service” Award.  Inspiring you through performance by combining Broadway/Jazz with comedy and uplifting stories.

Discover the 3 behaviors that keep you in the struggle and STOP your cash, love, perfect health and everything you desire from coming to you.

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  • How you can move from living a mediocre life plagued with limitations and barriers to a fulfilling life where you can be the unique superstar you were born to be.
  • A quick exercise to shift the barriers into possibilities.
  • Real world strategies to remove the 3 most common self imposed limitations in the way of your life and business goals.

About the Author

Cindy Ashton, author of Kiss Your Monsters Goodbye, was just recently published in Performance Magazine alongside Donald Trump and President Obama.

A motivational performer, speaker and expert in overcoming obstacles, Cindy was born with a 20% chance of living, underwent three heart surgeries by age fourteen and was left in chronic pain and with a damaged lung. In recovering well beyond doctor’s expectations, she has gone on to train in a professional dance company six hours a day and sing opera, even on her damaged lung. She is now dedicated to empowering others to kiss their monsters goodbye.

Graduating on the Dean’s list and earning a scholarship, Cindy completed an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Music and Kinesiology from York University. Her advanced studies focused on Relaxation, Health Psychology and Education. A true believer in holistic wellness, Cindy balanced out her western training with further studies in Reiki, the Chakra system and Meditation.

In presenting keynote speeches, interactive seminars and motivational concerts across North America, Cindy combines her extensive backgrounds in performing, education and kinesiology with her own real life experience. Previous clients include OC College, Community Living, The Region of Peel and Princess Margaret Hospital.

As a former educational consultant with the Royal Conservatory of Music’s distinguished program “Learning through the Arts,” Cindy’s work has been be published twice and distributed across Canada.

In addition to her work as an educator & facilitator, Cindy studied singing, dancing & acting intensely with Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Second City, Livent of Canada & Toronto Dance Theatre and has performed numerous times on stage, TV and in recordings.

Cindy has been featured on CBC Radio, Metro News and the Body Mind Spirit Show as well as other international media. She released her debut CD, Don’t Rain On My Parade, in 2006, her Kiss the Monster Meditation CD in 2008 and her book, Kiss Your Monsters Goodbye: Overcome Your Obstacles & Achieve the Success You Deserve in 2009.

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