Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

The Positive Edge

In every situation we get to create our own experience

Activates people's POSITIVITY to improve the quality of people's work lives and the quality of companies' cultures

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Madison, WI

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Tina Hallis, Ph.D.
Dr. Tina Hallis - Motivational Speaker

The Positive Edge

In every situation we get to create our own experience

Activates people's POSITIVITY to improve the quality of people's work lives and the quality of companies' cultures

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Madison, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Tina Hallis, Ph.D. - Motivational Speaker

Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

The Positive Edge

In every situation we get to create our own experience

Activates people's POSITIVITY to improve the quality of people's work lives and the quality of companies' cultures

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Madison, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Tina Hallis, Ph.D.,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/thepositiveedge/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Reconsidering Positive Affirmations

A new approach to positive affirmations with How and Why I’ve never been a big fan of positive affirmations. You know the ones – positive phrases you’re suppose to repeat to yourself that describe how you want to be. The idea is that with repetition you start to believe them, and eventually they become a self... Read more » The post Reconsidering Positive Affirmations appeared first on The Positive Edge. ...

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One Look at Her Told Me to Stay Away-The Impact of First Impressions

The Impact of First Impressions As part of my certification in Positive Psychology, the entire class from all over the world met for an in-person, week long immersion training in Massachusetts. It was amazing in many ways. The students were incredibly friendly, enthusiastic, and inspiring! So when I saw Sherry (not her real name), she... Read more » The post One Look at Her Told Me to Stay Away-The Im...

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I Was Going to Have to Stop before I Finished

The difference a little encouragement can make I’ll never forget the first time I ran an actual 5K race.  This was several years ago, but I can close my eyes and recapture the emotions as if it were yesterday.  I’ve never been much of a runner, but I had a few friends who were doing... Read more » The post I Was Going to Have to St...

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Are You Waiting to Be Happy?

Do you remember as a teenager being so excited about getting your driver’s license and eventually your own set of wheels? I bet when it finally happened, you were thrilled! At some point, did that thrill wear off? Maybe your Mom wanted you to drive to the grocery store and run her errands. Maybe you... Read more » The post Are You Waiting to Be Happy? appeared first on The Positive Edge. ...

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Healing Breaths – Shifting out of emergency mode

I remember the first time I heard Rick Hanson talk about this concept and how I’ve found it extremely helpful so I wanted to share.  Rick, psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author, says we can think of our bodies as having two modes... Read more » The post Healing Breaths – Shifting out of emergency mode appeared first on

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An Amazing Book that Changed My Thinking – Loving What Is

I want to share an amazing book with you that has greatly influenced my thinking, and I’ve recommended it to many people.  It’s called “Loving What Is” by Byron Katie. Just a quick highlight of her story.  Katie, as she’s called, had the perfect life – great job, loving husband, kids, nice house…  But she was incredibly... Read more » The post An Amazing Book that Changed My Thinking – Loving What Is

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I Don’t Want Your Advice! – Overriding Our Defensiveness

Darn!  I just missed the turn to take my daughter to camp and now we were going to be late.  Darn! Darn! Darn!  Being late makes me feel stressed! My daughter started teasing me about being forgetful so I explained I was feeling anxious (and distracted) because I had so many things I needed to get... Read more » The post I Don’t Want Your Advice! – Overriding Our Defensiveness appeared first on

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Could this Be True? And What if It Is?

I have to share a fascinating comment made by Ellen Langer, PhD, one of the world’s leading research scientists and the first female professor to gain tenure in Harvard University’s psychology department. She’s spent several decades exploring what she calls “the psychology of possibility.” In her book, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility, Ellen... Read more » The post Could this Be True? And What if It Is? appea...

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Primary and Secondary Foods

I’m excited to bring you another guest blog.  This time from Lorilee Hamann, an amazingly vibrant and dynamic retired school teacher, who reinvented herself as an integrative nutrition health coach.  I love her holistic approach to our health.  Untangling the Mystery of How We Nurture Ourselves Our world presents many challenges, and life can be... Read more » The post Primary and Secondary Foods appeared first on

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What Was People’s Most Common Cause of Negativity? Other people!

Thanks so much to all of you who shared the areas and situations in your life that cause you the most negativity.  I really appreciate your thoughts!  I was struck by the common theme – OTHER PEOPLE!! Here’s a quick summary of the negative people you listed. People who push your buttons You get riled up and... Read more » The post What Was People’s Most Common Cause of Negativity? Other people! ...

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