Tina Hallis, Ph.D. of The Positive Edge

Tina Hallis, Ph.D. of The Positive Edge

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Positive People = Positive Workplaces = Positive Results

Translating the science of Positivity to make it easier for people to achieve greater resilience, less stress, better relationships, and increased POSITIVE performance

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

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Tina Hallis, Ph.D. of The Positive Edge
Dr. Tina Hallis - Motivational Speaker

The Positive Edge

Positive People = Positive Workplaces = Positive Results

Translating the science of Positivity to make it easier for people to achieve greater resilience, less stress, better relationships, and increased POSITIVE performance

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

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

Tina Hallis, Ph.D. of The Positive Edge

The Positive Edge

Positive People = Positive Workplaces = Positive Results

Translating the science of Positivity to make it easier for people to achieve greater resilience, less stress, better relationships, and increased POSITIVE performance

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

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

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

Blog Postings

Four Strategies to Help You Achieve Your Goals

A couple of weeks ago, I found out that I’m no longer pre-diabetic, but have reached the stage of having the real deal.  Suddenly my nutrition goals have changed.  In the past few years, I’ve paid closer attention to what I eat and have tried to choose healthier foods, but now I need to take... Read more » The post Four Strategies to Help You Achieve Your Goals appeared first on Th...

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Changing Other People: Three Ways We Can Influence Others to Be More Positive

We often hear how we can’t change other people; we can only change ourselves.  Then, today, I was reading an article by Michelle Gielan (who works with husband and fellow positive-psychology researcher, Shawn Achor) about how we actually CAN make other people more positive.  Of course, I had to learn more!  Here’s three ways we... Read more » The post Changing Other Peo...

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Balancing Our Energies: Thinking about our four different types

To be honest, when I’ve thought about trying to find balance in my life, I’ve pretty much focused on dividing up my time.  I’ve felt like I need more time to spend on my health, with my daughter and husband, taking care of finances, etc.  After reading Tony Schwartz’s book, The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working,... Read more » The post Balancing Our Energies: Thinking about our four differ...

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4 Ways to Practice Positivity at Work: Guest blog from Happy Brain Science

You hear a lot about happiness, and some of what you hear (money, fame, good looks) actually makes very little difference in happiness for most of us. But the data suggests that positive attitude really does boost well-being. You might choose to practice positivity at work in these ways: 1.  Write down your Best Possible Future at... Read more » The post 4 Ways to ...

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Balancing Life – It’s all about time and energy in the now

How can we keep balancing the many aspects of our life under constantly changing conditions? One key is to be aware of the current situation and realize that some areas may require more time and energy while others may be able to get by with less, at least temporarily. I think of examples in my life... Read more » The post Balancing Life – It’s all about time and energy in the now appeared first on

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Understanding Work-Life Balance: 3 Myths

The term, work/life balance, is incredibly misleading.  It sounds so simple.  After all, there are only two things to balance.  How hard can that be? But from experience, we know there has to be more to it because it’s not easy. Here are three myths that this phrase implies.  Understanding these myths has been incredibly... Read more » The post Understanding Work-Life Balance: 3 Myths appeared first on

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What kind of plant are you? Philosophical lessons from a garden

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying watching my garden grow this June. I was worried because it was so wet, and I wasn’t able to get the plants and seeds in until much later than usual. But now things are taking off! The tomato plants are getting tall and dark green with blossoms and a few tiny... Read more » The post What kind of plant are you? Philosophical lessons from a garden appeared first on

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What’s Your Frog? Tackling that procrastination

I’ve been putting it off and putting it off.  I can always find something more interesting or more fun to do.  But I know I have to do it and the sooner the better.  It’s like a shadow lurking.  I don’t think about it that often, but it’s there. And when it does surface, I feel... Read more » The post What’s Your Frog? Tackling that procrastination appeared first on

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Finding Your Flow: Activities that bring satisfaction and focus

Have you ever been so engrossed in a project that you lost track of time, forgot to eat, and didn’t feel tired?  Maybe you were playing your favorite instrument, working on a craft, fixing a tractor (my husband’s hobby), preparing a favorite dish, involved in a sport, etc. I notice this happens when I’m creating... Read more » The post Finding Your Flow: Activities that bring satisfaction and focus

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What if Someone Finished It for You? Appreciating Struggle in Our Achievements

Imagine you’re working hard on a project; maybe your sculpting, painting, cooking, woodworking, crafting, etc. You’re busy creating something you’re excited about. You’re trying different techniques, putting in lots of time and energy.  You’ve been working hard so you’re getting tired and decide to take a break.  Awhile later, you come back to work on... Read more » The post

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