On this episode, Stacey is joined by health and wellness coach Kelli Risse for a conversation on the importance of caring for your body and mind during the journey to entrepreneurial success.
- Do not forget to take the time to heal yourself.
- Physical and psychological health are equally important.
- You can not live in fight or flight mode forever. It is unsustainable.
After experiencing adrenal fatigue and super ventricular tachycardia, Kelli Risse left her career as a National Board-Certified educator to become a coach in the health and wellness industry. Through Kelli’s speaking engagements and private coaching business, she has helped hundreds of busy professionals take charge of their stress and health. She is committed to helping women experience inner-peace, harmony, and wellbeing.
Kelli is a national speaker, trainer, master coach of neuro-linguistic programming and the transformational coaching method, and the owner of Rise Up and Live Wellness.
Kelli is a contributing author in the international best-selling book “Fearless and Fabulous: Finding Your Way Through Change and Beyond” which includes her journey of Radical Acceptance.”
Kelli has been married to her husband Marc for 23 years, has two sons and enjoys singing, dancing and professional development.
“We know what our triggers are. Listen to your body. It will tell you when you need to take a step back and heal.” -Kelli Risse
Hey guys, this is Kelli Risse, speaker and master health, life, and mindset coach with Rise Up and Life Wellness, and if you want to learn the six and seven figure science to success, significantly increase your revenue, and learn how to successfully build professional relationships, you should be listening to the Sell Without Selling Podcast with my good friend, Stacey O’Byrne.
Stacey: Kelli, welcome to the show.
Kelli: Thank you. I am so honored to be here, Stacey, and it’s so good to talk with you and just have a conversation. I mean, we’re not by each other.
Stacey: I know, right? You’re in Missouri. What’s the weather like today? Is it snowing, in May?
Kelli: It is rainy and cloudy.
Stacey: Is it really? I gotta tell you – it’s funny, because I had never been to St. Louis until we started doing NLP there and everything – and when you guys told me you don’t like the weather, give it 5 minutes – I really thought you guys were full of crap, until I didn’t like the weather and I gave it 5 minutes and it changed.
So what actually took you out to St. Louis, because I know you were out in California – that’s where you got your degree for teaching, yes?
Kelli: Kind of. So I grew up in Missouri. I grew up in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Then, I ended up in California to get my Master’s degree in dance education. So I have a music theater degree and a dance education, neither of which I am using, other than my front porch when I was doing Friday porch dances. And then we lived in Colorado for 7 years, and after we had kids it was time to move back to be closer to the family.
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