About Amanda

Amanda Frances is a success coach for women entrepreneurs, a digital course creator, and a soulful business guru to the tens of thousand of women who follower her work online.

Amanda’s mission is to empower women to “design lives and businesses that they are wildly obsessed with.” She daily strives toward this through her rapidly growing social media presence, the continual creation of digital courses and other online training programs, and a free weekly video blog series.

Combining her love for helping others with practical business advice and spiritual principles, Amanda believes in putting the power of success into the hands of regular women with extraordinary dreams.

A true self-made women, while putting herself through graduate school, Amanda taught herself how to build her first website. She determined to overcome her debilitating fears and limiting beliefs around starting and growing a business.

Five short years later, Amanda Frances Inc. earned over half a million dollars in 2016. And is projected to earn $1.2 million in 2017.

This success has given her tremendous freedom — Amanda runs her business online while traveling the world.

She credits her success to her sheer determination, a deep desire to serve others, and an unwavering belief in her own dreams.

Amanda earned a Masters of Science in Counseling from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelors in Psychology from Oral Roberts University.

She is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma -- but in July 2016 -- she put everything in storage and took off to see the world. She lived abroad for six months, before settling in Santa Barbara, California.

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  • You’ve learned to find happiness, do what you love, travel the world and make 6 figures a month. AMAZING! Who cares about typos! LOVE your vibe. xo

    • Sabrina Walker

      Agreed! Keep doing what your doing. I love your content Amanda. You make this stuff fun.

  • Elaine Lee

    I don’t mean to be a total bitch, but this is really disturbing to me. I was very interested in your information until I read the “About” section. It is riddled with typos and grammatical errors. I’m sorry, I just can’t get past that. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/bfe530ca505de83f3845eae39e44dbddad5a789fb9b2e930ad4981f030feadd2.jpg

  • Kristina Avilla


    I have one question about your coaching program. You mentioned that you do not need a life coach certification to become a life coach, so your program is not apart of that certification or is it? I am so interested in becoming a life coach I’m just a little confused on what I have read online.

  • JD

    Hi Amanda, a friend of mine recently told me she is now a life coach. I studied a little life coaching at a vocational college that I attended to become a fitness trainer. I have seen the ahah moments in people when they’ve learned something about themselves they have never reached before and loved it I do believe that I have a gift to share and help others

    I am a single full time dad of 3, 2 girls and 1 boy. I have had full custody for the past 6 years since their Mother disappeared without a word. She is fine and sees our children 3 Saturdays a month now. That started last month. I have experienced a work injury (while working with electricity) that may prevent me from returning to my job. I still have 3 children, a German Shepard, mortgage and bills to provide for.

    My question is if your courses are only for women?

    • You would be our third man in Become a Life Coach!! The two men who have taken it both really enjoyed it and are coaching now. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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  • Nice thoughts. Like your site design too. continue the good work.