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Meet Asia E. Marche of Limitless Destinations in Sherman Oaks

Today we’d like to introduce you to Asia E. Marche.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I am a tv/film/stage actress, an independent psychological researcher, and an eclectic entrepreneur. Although my journey definitely didn’t begin with those identities. I was born and raised in New Jersey to a single mother. My father died before I could retain any memories of our time spent together. However, my mother instilled within me the philosophy that life is what you choose to make it and if you want something, you need to go out and work for it. Unlike many, I was blessed because I knew what I wanted to do with the rest of my life at a very young age. I wanted to perform and help others; as a child that included being an actor in school plays and participating in community service. When I entered high school, I was able to explore my craft of acting seriously, coordinate school-wide events, hold fundraisers for charities, and truly understand my capabilities as a young woman.

Fast-forward to my life now as an adult, I hold a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Rider University. I have trained with some of the most talented and successful acting coaches. I have been cast in over 20 films, a national theatre tour, notable network television shows, an international production, stage plays, and commercials. In addition to the entertainment industry, I am a Ronald E. Mcnair Scholar, worked with the NJ State Parole Board, the Petey Greene Prisoner Assistance Program, and People Assisting the Homeless (PATH-LA). The experiences that I have gained through these personal and professional endeavors has equipped me to lend my service and skill-set in bettering the lives of underserved individuals. I understand how difficult it is to thrive in a defective environment.

My mission is to help others rise from theirs, and in turn, that cycle will be an example for the future generations to come. As an independent researcher, I enjoy creating studies and analyzing data to help raise awareness of the U.S. recidivism epidemic that affects society at large and our nation’s undercaste, the formerly incarcerated. My research area focuses on ex-offender reentry and my attendance at various social science conferences has allowed me to connect with individuals in bettering the world we live in, through research. Through this, it has influenced my pursuit to produce content that integrates my passion for the arts and academia. Currently, I am producing my first docu-series, Obstruction of Justice: The True Meaning, which showcases and explores the fundamentals of ex-offender reintegration in various areas of the United States, including Los Angeles. Also, I consult with novice actors and filmmakers to ensure they don’t repeat the same missteps I once did when I was first building my career. I continue to build my brand, sharpen my dramatic performance skill set, and absorb as much wisdom from those extraordinary influential figures whom shoulders I stand on.

Has it been a smooth road?
It has not been a smooth road toward success for me. The struggles along the way were financial, access to resources, and just trying to learn how to navigate through life while navigating through life. Often times, when I was solely focused on what I was trying to accomplish, I would take no notice of what was transpiring around me. So like most creatives, I tend to lose concept of time, which basically means, when I am steadfast, I feel like I’m in slow motion, and when I am working at an average pace, I feel like I’m not progressing at all. But, truth be told, that’s simply false. I have accomplished so much and I am still very young. This mindset obstacle works as my motivator, as well because I am just getting started. There are so many more things I want to do in life, for myself and others. The financial component and access to resources are no longer challenges to me, and in hindsight, they never really were. I believe that my perception of what obstacles are were a bit skewed, like most of us. My career began to take a shift in the right direction when I began to define what success was for me, personally. Human beings are constantly evolving and we never stop until we leave this Earth; so the biggest challenge was and still is being present while striving for a better future. For me, life is a whirlwind because there are so many indirect factors about my life that affect me and my well-being. Those factors being love, friendships, family, work/life balance, health, you name it. Education is such an important aspect in my life, and so spiritual knowledge is really my power to combat struggles along the way. God has been the one to keep me grounded and always will be.

So, as you know, we’re impressed with Limitless Destinations – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
My company is called Limitless Destinations and our mission is to assist others in reaching their goals far and beyond. We specialize in social justice advocacy, educational forums and workshops, entertainment consultations for actors and filmmakers, and community resource liaison services. I am most proud of the evolution of Limitless Destinations, we are still a boutique company, but our impact is long-lasting. We pride ourselves on embedding our clients with a sustainability mindset and a goal trajectory that will provide them with longevity. Our service fees are inexpensive and our pro-bono service fulfillment is tailored to the client’s financial capabilities. This makes Limitless Destinations extremely competitive and high in demand in this ever-changing economy and market.

Let’s touch on your thoughts about our city – what do you like the most and least?
I love Los Angeles because this town exudes drive, passion, and love of one’s self because you are constantly reminded of what’s possible and what you came here for. The possibilities are truly endless if one masters how to direct that drive, passion, and self-love. Although, I dislike that Los Angeles never lets you forget what is within reach, such as chronic homelessness, likelihood of dependence, and egocentric self-absorption. The over-saturation of this in the City of Angels can be very discouraging. Roman Polanski said it best, “Los Angeles is the most beautiful city in the world, as long as it’s seen at night and from a distance.” But even in our imperfections, there is beauty and that is why I will always love this city.

Pricing:

  • Actor & Filmmaker Consultations: 30 min- $30 60 min-$50
  • Educational Forums & Workshops: 1 hr: $275 2 hr: $350
  • Additional services: Contact Asia Marche for pricing plans (asia.e.marche@gmail.com)

Contact Info:

  • Email: asia.e.marche@gmail.com
  • Instagram: asiaaa__08
  • Facebook: Asia E Marche
  • Twitter: asia1994

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