If a lifelong academic who spent a bajillion years (okay, 8) in an asbestos-laden, stuffy psych lab,
and holds {*cough*} three Ivy League degrees started a coaching practice?

You can bet your bottom dollar there’s something to it.

Since the day I broke-free from that windowless, 5th floor at Columbia, I’ve taught alongside and
studied under some of the most influential psychologists in Positive Psychology {excuse me
while I name drop}, including smarty-pants like: Martin Seligman, Ph.D., Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D.,
Angela Duckworth, Ph.D., Barry Schwartz and Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D.

Not only did they pioneer the psychological study of happiness, but made terms like “flow”
and “grit” a part of our colloquial vocabulary.

My reason for becoming an academic heretic who went mainstream?
A little saying that I may tattoo on my ankle someday:

Education is good.
Application is better.
Transformation is best.

I’m here to teach you how to “mind your mind”— to develop your mental fitness, so you can transcend your default mode of stress, anxiety, and self-criticism.

Stop psycho-analyzing and start changing.

Where do I sign up?

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I’ll leave you with this: yes, change hurts (so good) the only regret you’ll ever have is that you didn’t do it earlier.
Nicknames, Aliases,
and Super Skills:

Positive Psychology Maven, Mind-Ninja, Brain Trainer, Speaker, Thought Leader, Author, HUMAN. (As a summa cum laude perfectionist, that last one took some work
to truly appreciate.)

Too legit to quit.
With paperwork to prove it:

PhD in Developmental Psychology, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Masters in Applied Positive Psychology, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Bachelor of Arts,
HARVARD UNIVERSITY