Dr. Amy Johnson – Uphill Words of Wisdom

Dr. Amy Johnson, The Little Book of Big Change

Click here to download Dr. Amy Johnson’s Words of Wisdom What are the signature things you tell people regarding your area of expertise? Your habit is actually a sign of your mental health Lasting change comes from insight, not hard work or willpower Courageous leaps What is your favorite quote? “If the only thing people learned…

Ellen Todd – Uphill Words of Wisdom

Ellen Tadd, clairvoyant counselor, The Infinite View

Download Ellen’s Words of Wisdom One Sheet What are 3 signature things you tell people regarding your area of expertise? I had a spiritual awakening at age nine. I’ve had a very unusual education based on my clairvoyance and clairaudience. After one public lecture I developed a full career through word of mouth. What is your…

NASEEMA PERVEEN – UPHILL WORDS OF WISDOM

Naseema Perveen, Social Media, Virtual Assistant, Digital, Coaching

Download Naseema’s Words of Wisdom One Sheet What are 3 signature things you tell people regarding your area of expertise? Content machine Social media strategist Online brand-building coach What is your favorite quote? “Love your family, work super hard, live your passion.” — Gary Vaynerchuk If you could offer one piece of advice, what would you tell…

Kathleen Kelly Janus – Uphill Words of Wisdom

Download Kathleen’s Words of Wisdom One Sheet What are 3 signature things you tell people regarding your area of expertise? We are living in a new era where everyone can be a changemaker. Nonprofits struggle to get the resources they need to survive so we need to support them. Now more than ever, innovation is enhancing…

Lisa Carpenter – Uphill Words of Wisdom

Lisa Carpenter, Let's Eat, Food Ninja

Download Lisa’s Words of Wisdom One Sheet What are 3 signature things you tell people regarding your area of expertise? Food / Weight is only a SYMPTOM.  Our external circumstances mirror our internal thoughts and beliefs.  Change your beliefs and you’ll change your results. As long as we keep focusing on what we think the problem…