Unique ID: mheisler
Keywords: life coach, stress expert, self help author
Industry sector: Coaching & Training
Stress reduction expert & author of From Type A to Type Me: How to Stop “Doing” Life & Start Living It guides entrepreneurs & professionals to improve health, increase mental clarity, easily deal with difficult people, find peace at work & home.
Coaching and Training, Counseling / Psychotherapy, Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness, Health and Fitness, Life Balance, Life Hacking, Positive Thinking, Stress Management, Time Management
Coaching & Training
Melissa Heisler is a stress reduction expert, Type Me business coach, and the author of From Type A to Type Me: How to Stop “Doing” Life and Start Living It. After 17 years in corporate marketing the stress of constant high pressure, deadline driven jobs led to her own ill health mentally and physically. This started her search for a long-lasting means of approaching each situation with more ease, contentment, and power. Now she is committed to guiding entrepreneurs and professionals to improve their health, increase their mental clarity, easily deal with difficult people, find peace in their current jobs and improve their business effectiveness all through reducing their stress levels. Melissa contributes to the Huffington Post and the Washington Post Time Hack Project.
Masters of Integrated Marketing Communications, graduated from Roosevelt University, Schaumburg, Illinois.
2006 IMC Scholarship Award for Writing: “Naturally Misleading” research paper on 7UP’s 100% natural advertising campaign.
2006 IMC Review quantitative research paper: “A Study of Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behaviors Among Chicago / O’Hare Frequent Business Travelers”
Bachelor of Science, Major Theatre Arts Minor English, graduated Magna cum Laude from Bradley University Honors Program, Peoria, Illinois.
Spanish as a Second Language Certification at Harper College, Palatine, IL
Certified Martha Beck Life Coach
Washington Post Time Hacks: http://www.itsmylifeinc.com/time-hacks/
Huffington Post Articles: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/melissa-626
Contributing Author to Be There Now: Travel Stories From Around the World
Washington Post Vamos a Mexico article series
Contributor to Huffington Post
Office USA: +1-224-520-1193 Mobile Mexico: 011-52-1-624-358-6075 firstname.lastname@example.org