Does stress really equal success?
Does stigma keep us silent?
Does mindfulness actually work?
With expertise in media engagement, podcasts and keynote speaking, I bring a wealth of knowledge and inspiration to audiences of all walks of life.
Motivating and inspiring talks that are raw and honest.
Because from discomfort comes growth.
No filter. All real me with all of you.
“Michelle brings the perfect balance of technical knowledge and application to help audiences understand the need to have an intentional focus on mental health and mindfulness. Her presentations provide the foundational elements of what this work is and why we must make it a priority in our personal and professional lives. Her engaging presentation style will leave you not only motivated, but also recharged to take on this work.”
-Adam Lustig, Director, Center for Safe Schools, National School Boards Association
Here’s what you’ll get:
A leading life coach with unique expertise in mindfulness, mental health, and work and family dynamics
On-point and well-researched content that is educating and actionable
An expert with a strong social media platform with access to podcast and YouTube influencers
A speaker who surpasses your expectations
An intimate conversation that resonates with people from all walks of life
Zoom-led seminars now available (times are tough for everyone; no judgment with pjs)
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”
- Winston Churchill
Topics of discussion include:
The harmful effects of silence and stigma
Shedding the backpack of shame and guilt
Abandoning societal beliefs that stress equals success
Learning how to support loved ones with mental illness without riding the roller coaster with them
Finding your voice
Fostering mental health
Creating emotional resilience through mindfulness
Equipping yourself with tools to cope in difficult times
Learning to surrender to life’s unknowns
Building mental wealth and empowerment
“Some people say, ‘Never let them see you cry.’ I say, if you’re so mad you could just cry, then cry. It terrifies everyone.”
- Tina Fey