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Jun 1, 2022

Expert Kelli Risse is a Stress and Mindset Coach helping high-level leaders & entrepreneurs who are overscheduled and overstressed breakthrough mental stress & accelerate to their next level of success.

She is a Certified Health, Life, and Mindset Coach and a Master Practitioner of The Transformational Coaching Method and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. She is committed to helping her clients find their inner peace, harmony, and success through sustainable and long-lasting lifestyle changes.

In addition to her individual and group coaching services, speaking with and educating community members is a key component of her work. Speaking engagements that bring awareness and strategies for healthy living have included PBS, MOCPA, Rockwood School District, Fort Zumwalt South School District, Pattonville School District, local Chambers, Professional Womens AllianceLittle Black Book: Women in Business, and Fearless Women.



Episode Summary -


Sleeping disturbance, not being attentive, restlessness, losing temper, unbalanced life, unhappiness, dissatisfaction, etc., are some of the common effects of stress.

Stress has become a part of life, but most high-performing professionals and entrepreneurs don’t have to live with the high level of stress they accept as normal. Indeed, we cannot control every circumstance, but we can control how we respond to it.


If not handled properly, stress can affect every area of our life - health, mind, well-being, relationships, and work.


No matter how much we try, we cannot eliminate stress, so we must learn how to handle stress without affecting our lives. And everything starts with our mindset.


In this episode, Kelli Risse talks about how stress is a mindset problem and how we cannot manage stress, but we must learn to walk through it with inner peace.

Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:

  • Kelli shares her backstory and how she became a Stress and Mindset Coach.
  • Kelli talks about the impact of stress and how it affects other areas of our lives and how she helps her clients to move through stress.
  • Kelli talks about how stress is a mind game and stress personalities.
  • Kelli talks about when you should consider working with a coach and how a coach can help you.
  • The importance of healthy practices.
  • Why every successful person needs a Stress & Mindset Coach?


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About the Host:

Ann Carden is a highly sought-after Expert Business Growth Consultant, Marketing Strategist, three-time published Author, and a #1 Bestselling Author, and Professional Speaker for small businesses and entrepreneurs.  

With more than forty-one years of business experience and coaching and consulting hundreds of coaches, entrepreneur’s and owners in more than forty different industries to more success, Ann knows what it takes to succeed in all areas of business.

After spending thirteen years in corporate business management, Ann started her journey as an entrepreneur building businesses for herself for twenty-nine years. Her first business started out of financial hardship and Ann was able to propel that business into the international market (before the internet.)

After selling that business, she went on to start and build five more businesses to succeed. She has sold those businesses and today has a passion for helping small business owners and entrepreneurs build their success.

She has been featured on the affiliates of ABC, NBC, CW, and FOX, among many other media outlets. Her articles have been published on Small Business Trendsetters and Business Innovators Magazine, and she has been a featured guest on multiple podcast shows such as; “Business Innovators Radio” podcast which can be heard at:

She was also chosen as one of the top coaches in the world by Six-Figure Coach Magazine.

Through the years Ann has educated thousands of professionals through speaking, workshops, seminars, and online platforms as a Speaker.


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