As a life & business coach, she enjoys coaching professionals and entrepreneurs on how to transition from their day job to creating a business they are orgasmically joyful about!
Melissa Dawn is Coach & Founder of CEO of Your Life.
Success comes in different flavours. As a life and business coach, Melissa helps entrepreneurs build a business that fits their values and creates the lifestyle they crave. Her specialty is helping people transition out of their day jobs and into building orgasmically joyful businesses. She left her successful career as a VP and an award-winning specialist in business and marketing because she wasn’t fully satisfied with just "creating successful products, marketing campaigns and surpassing sales objectives," she wanted to be of greater service to others - to help business owners build and run businesses not just with their heads but by tapping into their heart and gut as well.
Melissa is also a certified coach and trained energy practitioner. Her “CEO of Your Life” coaching program attracts professionals and entrepreneurs from around the world.
Are you looking to attract your soulmate, but it just doesn't seem to be happening? Or do you keep attracting people who are not truly aligned with who you are? It's a struggle I am intimately familia...
In life, do you choose to take the road everyone has taken, or do you choose the path that is best for you? It might be tempting to choose what everyone has done, especially if it seemed to work for them. But is that what truly works for you?
If you're like me, you've spent hours using your "marketing brain" to make business decisions. Weighing pros and cons, debating outcomes, asking, "Am I doing the right thing? What can I do better? How...
How to Find the Right Business Coach for You Caption: How to Find the Right Business Coach for You - Source: Melissa Dawn - La Mauricie National Park Have you ever been disappointed with a business c...
If you're like most people (myself included), you probably have areas for improvement, or opportunities for growth you could tackle. A year end review helps you identify the ones that are most important to you. The key to an effective review is asking yourself specific questions and being brutally honest in your answers.
What does it mean to become the CEO of your life? To me, it means living the life you truly want. Doing what you want, when you want, the way you want. That might sound like a dream to most. But it is...
When faced with any decision, always ask first, "What would Future Me choose?" That's how you get to where want to go. By making decisions not from where you are, but from that place of your envisioned success.
Conor McGregor made history this week. In just two years, he became a world champion. Just how did McGregor go from having nothing, not even a pot to piss in, in 2013, to everything in 2015? Intense training, of course. But also visualization.
I like to conduct year-end reviews of myself. I review my intentions from the previous year. Where did I move forward? Where did I not? Where must I course correct to steer my life and business in my intended direction? I ask myself what I truly want for the upcoming year and I determine my plan of action.
Failure taught me that just because a technique or strategy worked so successfully and resulted in millions of dollars for one person, it didn't mean that it was right for me. It taught me that the voice I needed to listen to first and foremost was the voice inside me. I needed to give that voice the megaphone.
Although I had about 20 years of marketing experience and knew how to brand and market myself, I had never run my own company. I was outside my comfort zone! I was told that the fastest way to reach your goals is to get advice from someone who has already successfully done what you want to do.
When I set out to create my own brand, I didn't want just another tagline. I wanted a rallying cry. A call to arms to start aligning our careers and businesses with the values that matter to each of us. So of course, my tagline had to reflect my own core values. It had to be brave, fun and real: me.