Melissa Heisler of It’s My Life, Inc. helps individuals find joy, balance, empowerment, and success in their work and home lives. For employees, she educates and instills work-life balance, career exploration, and job transition. For business owners, she assists in start-up, growth, and day-to-day survival using 15 years of product and brand marketing experience. Melissa’s own experiences allow her to be compassionate and understanding as you make your journey, and her drive and organizational skills will help keep you on your path. She holds a degree in Theatre Arts, a Masters in Integrated Marketing Communications, and is a Certified Martha Beck Life Coach, so whether you come from the left brain world of business or have a creative right brain she can speak your language.
Melissa hosts The Empowerment Show where she interviews guests from the world of entertainment, business, government, health and wherever individuals are needing, teaching, and inspiring empowerment. Melissa Heisler is a contributor for Women’s Ally a subscription-based community of support for professional women to manage career and life, and a contributing author for the books, Be There Now and Defining Moments. Melissa speaks to large and small groups and has appeared on local television.
To see if we have the right fit to work together, I offer a free 30-minute consultation, a sort of get-to-know-you chat. You can explain your needs and challenges. I explain how I work and how what I have to offer can help in your personal situation. If we are not a good fit, I would be happy to refer you to a more compatible coach or resource. What do you have to lose? Schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation here.
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Melissa’s Latest Blog Entries
- Have Your Become a Type A Personality? (8/23/2014) - The concept of a Type A personality has not been around for long. It was actually identified in the 1950s by two cardiologists, Drs. Meyer Friedman and Ray Rosenman, who were studying coronary heart disease. They found a link between personality types and heart disease. According to their research, they identified three types of behaviors: […]
- Beyond Money and Power (8/9/2014) - Lately I have been experiencing a ground swell of desire for a new way to be and live. I expect to see this from my clients, however I am seeing it in places and people I would not expect. Arianna Huffington shares her thoughts about redefining success in her new book, Thrive: The Third Metric […]
- Treating Your Body Right – Robin Westen on The Empowerment Show (8/8/2014) - “My body is not me. Its mine.” Dahn Yoga How are you treating the vessel carrying you around? Are you giving it love and care or are you filling it with no so good things? In this episode we learn the importance of conscious eating and taking the time to cleanse our digestive system. Caring […]
- Feeling Creatures Who Think (7/26/2014) - Another powerful concept Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor provided in her TEDx Talk is the concept that we are feeling creatures who think. We are not thinking people who feel, yet this is what our society believes and values – which is at the heart of many of our issues. Here is the science and biology […]
- Following Your Dreams with Melissa Pettignano (7/13/2014) - At 26 Melissa Pettignano is launching her second book and her first album. She is a shining example of how a positive attitude and a deep faith can help us move mountains. The Empowerment Show host Melissa Heisler and Melissa Pettignano discuss how to be a driving force to bring good into the world. Even […]
- Why Stay Angry? (7/12/2014) - What was the last thing that made you angry? The bad driver cutting you off? Your kids not picking up their toys? You were passed over for a promotion? How long did you stay angry? An hour? A day? A week? According to Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, your anger should only […]
- A Shocking New Take on Disabilities – Jane Hash (7/7/2014) - Plain Jane: The Shockumentary is no normal documentary about a woman with disabilities. Because Jane Hash is no ordinary woman. Jane was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a condition which is manifested by extremely brittle bones. At birth, Jane had twenty-six broken bones and was not expected to live three hours. By the time she was […]
- Moving Beyond Childhood Abuse – Robin Marvel (6/29/2014) - Robin Marvel had a troubling childhood including domestic abuse, parental kidnappings, drug abuse, and homelessness. She never learned to have self-worth. Robin turned to alcohol and partying when she was fifteen years old to receive validation and attention. This led to a teenage pregnancy which motivated her to not be a statistic and to […]
- Change Your Focus – Change Your Experience (6/28/2014) - Neil Findlay was a guest on The Empowerment Show recently. In his episode, we discussed his charity work. He helps children living on the street in Madagascar who may be as young as five years old. No resources. No education. No future. A situation he could only describe as hopelessness. He also works with teens […]
- What To Do When You Don’t Fit In – Lifeworks Psychotherapy (6/23/2014) - At one time in our life or another we feel like we don’t fit in. We feel like an outsider, like we don’t belong. We don’t feel understood and, even worse, we begin to feel like there is something wrong with us. It does not matter if you feel excluded due to your ethnicity or […]