Align Your Life  For Success with Denise Walsh

Today, I am interviewing Denise Walsh – How to ask the right reflective questions to help us align our lives for success! We chatted about her expertise as a former clinical psychologist and the findings which are aligned with Biblical principles.

 

Key Lessons From This Episode That Can Help You to Stop Limiting Yourself: 

  • How your brain makes decisions and determines what to prioritize
  • Three things to do when you feel nervous or scared
  • The Four-Phase Approach to help you come up with your dream life pathway
  • Why there is no specific formula to success

 

About Denise

Denise Walsh is a proud wife and mother, former clinical psychologist, motivational speaker, and multi-million-dollar-earning entrepreneur.

Denise started her career by working with families at a local mental health agency as a clinical psychologist but left the practice to pursue a successful career in the direct sales industry. Her impact as a leader in that field, coupled with her certification as a Jack Canfield trainer and experiences as an elite coach with the John Maxwell Team, has given her the unique ability to help people tap into their ultimate potential and find their greatness. She has found her calling inspiring others to go after their dreams and has helped more than a million people find their purpose and fulfill their God-given destiny.


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Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode.

 

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Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode.

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