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My professional voyage began as an MBA in a Fortune 50 company, where I discovered my love of bringing people together to create change. By the time I left my position, as Director of Customer Loyalty & Quality worldwide, we had improved loyalty 40%. I went on to work closely with leaders from diverse companies. When I returned to school for a Master of Applied Positive Psychology. my research focused on inspiration and motivation in business leaders, until a heartbreaking event changed my life. In 2007 a young friend of my family died by suicide. This promising teen was one of many wonderful, talented and motivated kids who don’t excel in school and, as a result, seem destined to live a mediocre life. My research shows that this assumption is a travesty — for the individuals, certainly, but also for their communities and the businesses who need fresh talent. Read My Full Story here.

5 Minutes to Feeling More Loved, Valued, Peaceful, and Connected
February 14, 2014 – 9:35 am | 4 Comments
Photo of Birds Taking Off

When they want to feel more loved, valued, respected or connected, most people give away their power. They ask (or want) others to be different, which means someone else’s behavior determines how happy they will be.
What do happier people do?

Boost Success and Passion: Tell a Better Story
May 11, 2012 – 10:39 am | 6 Comments

Most of us don’t realize that we have a few central narratives running through our lives because the stories we tell ourselves are so familiar that we don’t even realize they are stories. In my work with clients, I’ve found that it’s often not the events of life that allow or prevent success in love, work, and happiness. It’s the stories we tell ourselves — and we can change our stories.

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