Melissa is an ICF Certified Leadership and Executive Coach (PCC) and certified meditation and yoga instructor. She is passionate about motivating people to live a healthy, balanced, and purposeful life. You can learn more about Melissa’s coaching practice at MelissaEisler.com . Melissa is also the author of The Type A's Guide to Mindfulness: Meditation for Busy Minds and Busy People , a practical guide for new meditators in the modern world, and the creator of mindfulminutes.com , a personal blog about mindfulness and life balance in the modern world.
As an ICF Certified Leadership and Executive Coach, Melissa works with leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs who want to strengthen their impact, effectiveness, and leadership presence. Melissa is especially passionate about helping her clients develop their self-confidence, improve their communication skills, find a healthy work-life balance, and become more effective at achieving the things they want to achieve.
She blends 15 years of experience in the corporate world with her background in mindfulness to help her clients explore, discover, and achieve. She also enjoys leading classes, workshops, and trainings about mindfulness for leaders.
Her favorite part of coaching, teaching, and writing about the world of personal growth and mindfulness is the challenge of finding the right way to connect with people so they can relate to and benefit from the practices and ancient wisdom.
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