Hi! My name is Melissa,
I'm a Mind Trainer (think PT but instead of training the body, I work with you to train your mind to help you achieve a happy, peaceful and fulfilling life), a published Author and Inspirational Speaker.
I teach wild and free-spirited women how to unleash their powerful potential, reconnect with & value their true identity as limitless, peaceful, happy and loving beings so they can live fearlessly, free and fulfilled.
What I've discovered is you are not alone! Many people struggle with their self image, failures and then struggle with success, achievement and fulfilment!
When we reconnect with and value our true identity, we can more easily achieve happiness, peace and fulfilment...
My journey through depression and family violence happened for a reason, I realise I can turn my negatives into positives by using all I have learned since to help others to improve the speed and likelihood of achievement. I discovered one thing that changes lives and the effect ripples outwardly, positively impacting families, work life and the world. I've documented the logic and process in my upcoming book, Start with I.
"In Australia, it's estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime." - Beyond Blue Australia
I believe a major contributor to the big issues humanity faces, is lack of identity. We see this in the way we talk about ourselves, the value we give to ourselves, and the guilt we suffer from because of perceived failure. This deeply affects our ability to see the possibilities, believe in them and go forth to achieve them. I believe changing the way we look at ourselves, can impact families, work places, communities and all of humankind.
Melissa is the author of Domestic Violence on Ice - How I transformed my shattered dream into an inspirational story, and soon to be published, Start with I - The future is humankindness.
She is also an inspirational speaker, teaching her process for achievement. She wrote Start with I, to document her process, as she recognises the key to success is developing self worth, then belief with the outcome of achievement.
Melissa believes change starts with the individual, and the most powerful change one can make is to develop a loving self image. This is the change that can impact lives, families, work places, communities and humankind.