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Top-performers seem like they have it all. They’re…

  • Highly motivated & ambitious
  • Smart & educated
  • Striving to be the best in all areas of their life

But the unspoken secret is that on the inside many of them feel like they’re:

  • Constantly taking on too much
  • Stuck in a cycle of overwhelm, stress, and overthinking
  • Fighting a losing battle against self-doubt

If despite all of your accomplishments, you’re still not at peace with yourself, you’re not alone. And you’re in the right place.

There’s flipside to success that can deeply affect smart, sensitive high achievers. The emotional depth and ambition that give you your edge can also lead to self-doubt and keep you from fully enjoying your career.

Your success doesn’t have to be a source of suffering.

The good news is that thousands of people just like you have discovered how to get out their own way, improve their inner game, and level up their careers. I’m Melody, and I’m here to help you cut through stress, develop confidence, and find inner peace. The result? Lasting balance and fulfillment.


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Melody has an innate ability to quickly identify what is happening in a situation with a limited amount of information and then guide you through the chaos to help you reach the other side. Before I started working with her, I felt like I was drowning in the stress and overwhelm at my job (which no amount of yoga, self-care or anything else I tried seemed to help). Using the tools that Melody introduced me to, I have a new-found sense of control over my life and an excitement for my future that was not there before. Melody helped me re-frame my thought patterns to be more growth mindset oriented and I am OVERJOYED with the positive changes to my attitude, self-esteem, and outlook in 3 short months.  Most of all, Melody is authentic and realistic. She does not preach fluffy concepts that sound good on the outside but don’t really work for what’s happening on the inside.  If you are looking for a Sherpa in your life’s journey who can help you find your North Star – Melody is the one for you!

- M.M., Human Resource Director


  1. Is Your Work A Job, Career, or Calling? Here’s the Difference

    Many of us find ourselves trapped in jobs that we do not particularly enjoy or connect with on any level. Maybe you followed the rest of your family into medical or legal careers when what you really wanted to launch your own business or to work in the arts. Or perhaps you took a role because it sounded like a “logical” choice. Whatever the case, it can be disappointing to feel like your job does little other than provide a paycheck.

    Most of the coaching clients I work with seek the ultimate dream job. They want a role that is not only emotionally and financially satisfying, but one where they can also have an impact. In other words, they want to find their calling.

    Meaningful work is important to almost everyone, regardless of what that work entails. Luckily, research suggests that experiencing your work as a calling instead of “just a job” largely comes down to changing your perspective.

    If you find yourself unsatisfied with your work-life, here’s how you can move toward the meaningful experience you crave.

    Job, Career or Calling – What’s the Difference?

    Dr. Amy Wrzesniewski, a professor at Yale School of Management, has spent her career researching how individuals identify with their work. She has established three different, defined contexts of work: job, career and calling.

    • Job: A job provides you with pay, benefits and perhaps some social perks. It’s primarily about earning that paycheck. People in this category are typically more invested in their lives outside of the office.
  2. New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work. Try This Instead.

    January is right around the corner and right now you’re probably mapping out what you want to achieve in the year ahead. Whether you’re resolving to get a promotion, start on side projects you’ve put off, or finally making six-figures, one fact remains: change is hard.

    No where is this more apparent than in the high failure rate of New Year’s resolutions. Nearly one-half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but only 8 percent follow-through and accomplish their goals.

    Why? Humans are creatures of habit. We make excuses as to why we can’t take action, saying we’re too busy, don’t have enough money, or lack the right network. Imposter Syndrome creeps in when we set our ambitions sky high (“Who am I to think I can raise my prices?).

    Turn Resolutions into Questolutions

    Psychology offers a way to short-circuit excuses and mental resistance on the way to accomplishing your goals: Turn your resolution into a “questolution.”  That is, make your goal into a puzzle that your brain will inherently want to solve by turning it into a question. For example, “I will make six-figures this year” becomes “How might I make six-figures this year?”

    It’s a subtle shift, but a powerful one. Research shows that asking people a question about performing a target behavior (a goal) positively influences future performance of that behavior by as much as 25 to 28 percent.

    Why does this question-behavior effect work? “If you question a person about performing a future behavior, the likelihood of that behavior happening will change,” says David Sprott, senior dean of the Carson College Business, Washington State University.