YOU CAN MAKE RESOLUTIONS THAT WORK
It's that time of year again. Many people are making New Year's resolutions. If you want to make ones that work, then you have to set realistic expectations and create a viable plan to see it through. Here are some useful tips to make resolutions that will help you accomplish your goals. READ MORE
Your overall wellbeing should be your top priority. When you're at your best, you'll perform best and be able to help others better.
Living an optimal life is possible, and you can take the necessary steps to thrive professionally, personally, physically, spiritually, financially, and in all areas that are important to you.
Lisa-Michelle shares scientific methods to help people improve and maintain optimal wellness -- offering simple steps to achieve goals, develop into one's ideal self, create sustainable change, increase happiness, improve health, and achieve balance.
If you want to set your resolutions — and yourself — up for success in the new year, one of the most important things you need is clarity. Explore what you want to accomplish, how success looks and feels, and why it's important to you. Once you have an idea of what you want to achieve, focus your objectives by creating SMARTer resolutions and a plan on how you will see them through.
Resolutions are goals we set for a new year, and the more you treat them like goals, the more likely you are to be a resolution champion. READ MORE
20 EASY WAYS TO SHAKE OFF STRESS THIS WEEKEND
Time spent shaking off stress is one of the best investments for your present and future happiness and overall wellbeing. You need to explore a balance of quick, short-term, and long-term practices for optimal results. Introduce quick experiences that last minutes or hours, like listening to music, taking a walk, calling a friend, napping, practicing Tai Chi, or meditating. Incorporate activities that take a day or night, like disconnecting from the virtual world for 12 to 24 hours, spending time with someone you care about, or getting a full night’s sleep. Include longer activities that last at least a week, like vacations. Explore what works for you, and create a viable routine. READ MORE
Lisa-Michelle specializes in effectiveness, leadership, career, and positive psychology coaching. She helps people achieve remarkable goals and dreams, transition careers, develop strategic business plans, establish optimal work-life balance, find greater happiness at work and in every day life, and create stress-relief routines. She is an adjunct professor, speaker, and has held many leadership and volunteer positions. She enjoys traveling, hiking, nature, animals, cooking, baking, reading, and spending time with her friends and family.