Your overall wellbeing should be one of your top priorities. When you thrive and you’re at your best, you can perform best and are able to better help others. Most of us put off caring for ourselves or have had periods in our lives when it was not a priority, whether we thought pursuing a career, starting a business, or caring for family could not happen while we cared for ourselves, or we just didn’t have the knowledge or tools.
Living an optimal life is possible, and you can take the necessary steps to thrive professionally, personally, physically, spiritually, financially, and in any area that is important to you. Of course, thriving takes effort — planning, learning, action, and commitment. The good news is that your time and energy will be well spent, with an extraordinary return on your investment.
With more than 20 years leadership experience, Lisa-Michelle believes in the power of mentorship and helping others succeed through shared knowledge and expertise. She shares scientific methods to help people achieve and maintain optimal wellness, happiness, and professional success — offering simple steps to achieve goals and create sustainable change.
While the tools to thrive are separated into the categories of happiness, wellness, and on the job to help you quickly find topics of interest, their insights often cross over between subjects. For now, dive into what you need most. When you have more time, come back and explore them all.
Tools to Help You Thrive
Lisa-Michelle is a recognized expert in marketing, communications, public relations, business development, effectiveness, human resource management, training and development, positive psychology, and coaching.
She earned her MBA at the University of Derby and Bachelor’s degree at Binghamton University (SUNY), and holds certificates in marketing analytics, management effectiveness, project management, fundraising and development, human resource management, harassment and discrimination prevention, positive psychology, positive psychology coaching, coaching, psychological first aid, and mental health first aid with three concentrations — veterans, military servicepersons, and their families; higher education; and youth. She recently completed the certificate in happiness studies (CiHS) with Tal Ben-Shahar.