Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

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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 (US)

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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

A Different Approach to Choosing New Year’s Resolutions or any Goal

It’s that time of year again.  Are you making any New Year’s resolutions?  If not, have you ever made a new goal or resolution any time of year?  If so, I’d like to ask, what was the purpose or reason for it?  What were you trying to change?  Common answers are “I wanted to lose... Read more » The post A Different Approach to Choosing New Year’s Resolutions or any G...

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The Best Present Is Peace of Mind

As I chat with my friends and neighbors, I see so many of them letting their happiness and peace of mind be consumed by things they can’t control.  Some common themes are unfair situations, betrayals by people they trust, frustrations with other people, and, especially lately, politics. It makes me sad as I watch these things hurt... Read more » The post The Best Present Is Peace of Mind appeared first on The Positive Ed...

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Resolutions Are So Yesterday! Try Setting Intentions Instead

I’m excited to have a great friend and mentor as a guest for this week’s tip.  Darcy Luoma is an amazing life coach, speaker, trainer and especially an amazing person.     I used to go into the New Year armed with a list of resolutions just like everyone else. I was going to do all the... Read more » The post Resolutions Are So Yesterday! Try Setting Intentions Instead appea...

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A Little Inspiration for Your Week – Our special gifts

I was all set on my topic for today’s weekly tip, but then my daughter showed me a video about Derek Paravicini, and I was inspired to change it.  Derek was born 3 months premature at 1 lb. 5 oz, and the hospital was not equipped to give him the correct oxygen doses he needed.  The... Read more » The post A Little Inspiration for Your Week – Our special gifts appeared first on

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The Movie in Our Mind – What’s Playing?

Think of a favorite scene from a movie; preferably one with a lot of emotion.  One of mine is from Forrest Gump. Towards the end of the movie Forrest visits Jenny’s apartment and finds out she’s now a Mom. Jenny tells him that the the little boy’s name is Forrest, after his Daddy. As he suddenly realizes that this... Read more » The post The Movie in Our Mind – What’s Playing? appeared first on

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Why Are Some People More Negative than others? Our genetics play a role

You’ve probably noticed how some people in your life seem to be more upbeat and optimistic while others are constantly focused on all the things that go wrong.  I remember wondering why people are so different in their mindsets.  Was it just easier for some people to be positive?  Did they choose to be more... Read more » The post Why Are Some People More Negative than others? Our genetics play a role appeared first on

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Taking Advantage of the Power of Priming – How our environment influences our thoughts

Earlier this fall, I noticed that every time I sat down in my home office to get something done, I struggled to find any motivation!  I would look at my list of “to-do’s” and feel like I was in a fog.  I was sharing my frustration with a dear friend who asked me what I... Read more » The post Taking Advantage of the Power of Priming – How our environment influences our thoughts appeared first on

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Wouldn’t It Be Great if Life Was Easy? Or Would It? Using PERMA to create our best life

Wouldn’t it be great if we could avoid all the struggles in our lives?  If there were no challenges and everything always went the way we wanted?  If our lives were easy and we had everything we needed all the time? This sounds pretty nice – at least at first. But I’ve learned from my... Read more » The post Wouldn’t It Be Great if Life Was Easy? Or Would It? Using PERMA to create our best life appeared first on

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Finding Patience in the Real World

I was finally home after spending the entire day in meetings and driving for hours.  I was tired and impatient.  Impatient because there was no time to rest – we had company coming the next day and the house definitely needed some attention. I was trying hard to muster some energy and motivation to get myself moving. ... Read more » The post Finding Patience in the Real World appeared first on The Positive...

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Is the Presidential Campaign Causing You Pain?

With all the negativity in the news related to the presidential campaign, among other things, it can be easy to feel frustrated, angry, or depressed.  The headlines  in every media outlet are bombarding us with terrible things people say and do.  They know this gets our attention and draws us in. It’s helpful to remember... Read more » The post Is the Presidential Campaign Causing You Pain? appeared first on

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