Amy Charity


Amy Charity’s motivation in life has always been to live without regret. With this driving force behind critical life decisions, coupled with an upbringing focused on education and career, she has teetered on a path of a corporate career and passion-driven focus. Graduating from Vanderbilt University, she developed the skills necessary to thrive in a corporate culture and became an essential foundation that led to over a decade in the financial field. As an athlete, an Ironman, endurance trail running and finally cycling consumed her time outside of the corporate workplace. In four years, Amy dramatically morphed from a investor relations at a hedge fund to a professional cyclist on the US National Team, signing a contract with one of the top ten women’s professional racing teams in the world. Her team won a National Championship in the Team Time Trial and raced the World Championships. Amy Charity’s story is one of taking chances, doggedly chasing dreams, having a vision and perseverance, and living a life without regrets. Her experiences deliver an intense understanding of teams, team building, and doing the impossible making her an ideal speaker for groups, associations and corporate events. She lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with her husband Matt and their dog Lucy.

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The Wrong Side of Comfortable
Price: $18.95 USD. Words: 45,770. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success, Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Bicycling
Within The Wrong Side of Comfortable is Amy Charity's inspiring journey of transforming her life to pursue a dream to become a professional bike racer. Her insights will inspire readers to spend time on their other side of comfortable and discover their own potential. Her positive mindset combined with motivation, grit and mental toughness reveal how simple actions lead to successful outcomes.

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cycling    inspiration    memoir    motivation    performance    potential    self help    sports    success