Listen how you can take five simple steps to reduce stress and be more positive and focused. Sallie Felton and Tricia Molloy share their clients’ success stories with tools and tips in being more positive and focused. You, too, can start today! These steps are simple and only require you to take small steps. Click to listen, you won’t be disappointed.
Tricia Molloy is a motivational speaker on change management through wise business practices. She works for organizations that want to inspire their people to achieve their goals and perform at their best every day. She is the author of “Divine Wisdom at Work: 10 Universal Principles for Enlightened Entrepreneurs” and the “CRAVE Your Goals!” ebook.
Tricia started her own public relations firm, Molloy Communications, in 1988 to support the success of other passionate business owners. Throughout her life and career, she has always used universal principles and has counseled clients and colleagues to do the same.
Known as “The Queen of Serene,” Tricia’s wise, peaceful presence and common-sense advice are welcome in today’s challenging, complex business environment. Through Working with Wisdom talks, workshops, retreat programs, teleseminars and webinars, Tricia inspires business people to achieve their goals faster and easier by capitalizing on the power of their subconscious mind and life-changing principles-like Visualization, Affirmations and Gratitude. A seasoned business owner and marketing consultant, Tricia also offers one-on-one, short-term Wisdom Mentoring for Entrepreneurs.
Tricia is a board member of the Georgia National Speakers Association. She is a contributing author in “Good Business: Putting Spiritual Principles Into Practice at Work” (Unity House, 2010). The “Working with Wisdom for Project Managers” course and webinar series for professional development unit (PDU) credits is available through PDUs2GO.
A native New Yorker, Tricia earned her broadcast journalism degree from New York University and was an award-winning radio talk show producer in New York and Phoenix before becoming an entrepreneur.
On a personal note, Tricia and her husband, Rick, live in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta with their teenage twins, Connor and Allyson, and their joyful Golden Retrievers, Honey and Lucy.
As she encourages others to find their life purpose and make it their life’s work, Tricia is fulfilling hers, which is: “Through support and by example, I inspire others to follow their dreams and live joyfully on purpose.”