Elizabeth is hell-bent on challenging the notion you’re stuck where you are. She has spent her lifetime turning the obstacles and the experiences of her life into an established process to prove that you too can have the life of your dreams.
From taking a year of her retirement in her 30’s when she moved abroad to an island, to leaving the standard 9-5 at one of the most iconic companies in the world for a life on tropical beaches running her own business, Elizabeth is the force you’ve been looking for to help you accomplish your goals and set you on the path to your dream life.
Elizabeth has accrued an extensive education studying the greats from Tony Robbins (yes, she is a Firewalker), Steven Covey, Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Wayne Dyer and so many other masters in personal development and productivity. Combining her acquired wisdom in corporate law with over 40 years experience following her heart, taking bumpy roads through challenging situations to arrive at her desired destination, she’s founded Thrive This Day™. She now helps others to act on their inspired ideas and take steps towards making their dreams a reality.
Elizabeth works with both groups and individuals around the world creating pathways and developing actionable plans to make anything her clients dream a reality.
When she’s not sharing her experiences through blogging, public speaking, facilitating workshops, retreats or one-on-one coaching, you can find her in, on or under the water, running, practicing yoga, baking bread and volunteering in her community.
Her first book, The Flip Side of Failure: Your Complete Goal Success System provides a framework for those struggling with the process of accomplishing meaningful goals, now available in an online course. Her next book is already in progress and anticipated to be released in 2019.
Schedule a consultation with Elizabeth or email her at Elizabeth@ThriveThisDay.com.
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I remember the day that it all hit me – I really don’t want to do this. It wasn’t until that moment that I could find my clarity. It was in the moment I figured out what I really, viscerally, didn’t want to do, that I could identify better what I did want to do. ... continue reading