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Your life is good... but you want to FLOURISH.


Daily Goals...

  • Find 3 positives for every 1 negative.

  • With love, kindness, and compassion, I will face my challenges.

  • When I feel despair and fear, I will remember my gratitudes and reframe my perceptions.

Let me ask you a few questions...

Do you have a great life but you feel empty more than you'd like?

Are you ready to stop settling for "meh"?

You're not feeling an overwhelming sense of satisfaction on a daily basis. 


Do you find yourself criticizing what you haven't accomplished instead of taking the time to congratulate all the little wins you achieve throughout the day?


Positivity is a skill that need to be honed and practiced on a daily basis. 


Instead of obsessing about what you don't have, you'll create a new normal of gratitude for all that you do have.

Let me guess...

You've researched so many self help books and yet you're in the same mental space as when you started 'researching' how to feel better.

You listen to podcasts on a regular basis. In fact, you might be questioning if binge listening is a habit you've taken too far. 

You feel like you're on the right track by learning and listening to all the tools offered in books and podcasts, however the needle of change is still stuck at the start line.

...you're simply anxious to get to your 'finish' line so you can reap the benefits of the flourishing lifestyle you so crave. 

Well, that was me, too...

I was a professional consumer of self help...

... it's no wonder... the science proves that learning gives us a large dopamine release in our brains. When something feels good we seek to find more and more (pleasure principle).


...I'd make a few adjustments for a little while but I never stuck to my plan.

I'd get frustrated and go back to the way I usually did things and settled for 'meh' and living a life without the deep feelings of satisfaction and contentment. 

I realized I needed to stop consuming and start taking action... But HOW??

I learned that our brains are a muscle that needs a daily workout with purposeful and deliberate action.

We're simply not taught how to do this. 

I found science that backed up how to implement my good intentions to teach me how to flourish and thrive.

I found a roadmap and a coach to teach me.  


How much time do you spend thinking about your mental fitness?


You probably spend a lot of time thinking about what you're going to eat (or not eat), how you'll fit in your workout and how to manage your time efficiently... 

How much time to invest in your mental well-being so you experience life ultimate goal of living a life where you ARE flourishing (not just living a life going through the motions)?

Our brain's are built for change and growth.

Our brain's know how to adapt.

When you slowly and steadily on a daily basis stop certain behaviors the neurons in your brain change and begin to adapt to new behaviors and drop behaviors and beliefs systems that no longer work for us. 

I'm beyond excited to teach you how to change your brain's neural pathways by using Positive Psychology Life Coaching.

What is Positive Psychology Coaching?

Positive psychology coaching (PPC) is a scientifically rooted approach to helping clients increase wellbeing, enhance and apply strengths, improve performance, and achieve valued goals. At the core of PPC is a belief in the power of science to elucidate the best [methods for development].

Kauffman, Boniwell, and Silberman, 2021, p. 158

How Does Science Back Up Positive Psychology Life Coaching?

Positivity Applied

Ongoing research in positive psychology has identified a number of scientifically supported benefits of positive emotions. We know today that positive emotions broaden people’s awareness beyond the narrow confines of negativity and this increased openness can help set people on positive trajectories of growth toward emotional stability, a greater level of personal resources, and increased social integration and emotional stability (Donaldson, 2011).

Positive emotions have also been found to fuel resilience in the face of adversity and can help support a foundation for a greater ability to resist downward spirals.

Research in the science of emotions also reveals that people have far more control over what emotions they experience through their daily intake of positive emotions and keeping the negative ones in check. The tipping point positivity ratio of 3:1, when used as an emotional guideline that separates languishing from flourishing, can create pathways to improve both the individual and the society (Donaldson, 2011).

According to Seligman, Steen, Park, and Peterson, a major shift in mental health practice and research occurred with the birth of positive psychology, and today it unites the theory and knowledge on positive functioning and advances the much-needed work on positive mental health (2005).

Psychological well-being is no longer understood as only the absence of mental illness, but also conceptualized as the simultaneous presence of positive psychological resources, such as positive affect and satisfaction with one’s life (Diener, 1984); self-acceptance, personal growth, and purpose (Ryff, 1989); and autonomy, competence, and relatedness (Ryan & Deci, 2001).

Health and wellbeing can be enhanced, according to Shelley Taylor, through the cultivation of psychosocial resources of:

  • optimism,

  • social support,

  • sense of mastery,

  • self-esteem, and

  • active coping skills (Donaldson, 2011).

Application of positive psychology coaching in the context of health has also been well researched in case of treating depression. Nancy Sin, Matthew Della Porta, and Sonja Lyubomirsky demonstrate that positive psychology interventions have been successful not only in enhancing well-being but also in reducing depressive symptoms (Donaldson, 2011).


... what you're going to feel like once you've cut back on your drinking, figured out that you have the absolute power at this very moment to manage your mind, and are not living your life at the whim of your urge to drink more than you want to. 

... what you'll feel like when you end your day without a drink to "take the edge off" and become more productive and have energy to get more accomplished after dinner instead of mindlessly binge watching Netflix.

... the improvement in the relationship you have with not only yourself but your loved ones and friends. Confidence that you honor your commitment and goals you set for yourself.

... starting that hobby you've been meaning to start but you just keep putting it off because drinking has become the hub of your fun and entertainment in your life.

... waking up (early) and feeling fresh and motivated to go for that walk or yoga class instead of regretting how much you drank the night before or racking your brain to make sure you didn't do or say something you regret.

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That's Why I've Created:



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... the improvement in the relationship you have with not only yourself but your loved ones and friends. Confidence that you honor your commitment and goals you set for yourself.

... the improvement in the relationship you have with not only yourself but your loved ones and friends. Confidence that you honor your commitment and goals you set for yourself.

... the improvement in the relationship you have with not only yourself but your loved ones and friends. Confidence that you honor your commitment and goals you set for yourself.

Clients experience a decrease in stress and an increase in mindfulness and efficacy as a result in completing the program.


of clients who complete the Positivity Project experience a better quality of life