Made for More

Made for More

A Fresh Start Approach to a Bolder, Brighter You

Lindsay Sealey


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Made for More is an inspirational call to action filled with creative tools and tips to help young women live a balanced, purposeful life.

As a young woman transitioning from teenage years into adulthood, you know life has many moving parts. You may feel uncertain as you figure out who you are, what matters most, and what your passions could be. Made for More will challenge you to examine how you can bring more of what you want into your life—and leave behind those things that no longer serve you. Through exercises, inspirational stories, and expert advice, you will learn to let go of perfection and the need to prove yourself in favor of self-acceptance and finding your true purpose.

This book will show you how to:

  • Create happiness instead of waiting for happiness to find you

  • Feel confident and let go of self-doubt

  • Become more comfortable with being yourself

  • Focus more easily on what matters to you

  • Achieve progress over perfection

  • Make more meaningful connections

  • Gain power and ditch the fear

Made for More will lead you on an exciting journey of self-discovery to relinquish the pressures of who you think you should be, and instead, realize your power and rise up to become even more.


Lindsay Sealey:

Lindsay Sealey is a dedicated educator and consultant, a passionate keynote speaker, and the author of the award-winning books Growing Strong Girls and Rooted, Resilient, and Ready. Lindsay is the founder of the life coaching programs Bold New Girls and Brave New Boys, which are designed to empower young growing people to be healthy, happy, and confident. Lindsay has appeared on CTV’s The Social, Global’s The Morning Show, and Toronto’s The Agenda. She has also spoken on NewsTalk 1010 Radio (Toronto), CJAD 800 (Montreal), and CBC Radio (Canada). Lindsay is a contributor to the Globe and Mail, HuffPost Canada, and Spoke. She has been featured in the Toronto Star, Canadian Family, and Today’s Parent. Lindsay is also a regular guest on numerous podcasts. She lives in Vancouver, BC.