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Lindsey Paoli Mind Performance Coach in Las Vegas
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Success & Happiness Are Not Mutually Exclusive When You Master Mental Performance & Connection


I’m Lindsey Paoli, a seasoned corporate consultant, psychotherapist (MFT-Intern), and a retired corporate leader. I'm here to redefine your understanding of balance in both business and personal life.

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Growth Is Only Earned
Through Discomfort

I’m not here to diagnose you or be your therapist: I’m here to coach you through getting your mind right so your health, relationships, and business can thrive. You are in charge of the way your brain works, and you alone have the power to make radical shifts that will transform you into the kind of leader you’ve always wanted to be.

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Banish Burnout

Burnout costs companies billions of dollars a year. Take a proactive approach to your employees’ wellness by integrating preventative mental health systems that will not only make your workplace more productive and positively impact your bottom line, but also create a healthier, happier environment for all.

Mental Health Education Is Non-Negotiable

When I was first diagnosed with anxiety and depression at the age of 18, I ignored it. Mental health wasn’t something that was discussed in my family in any positive way and I ridiculed the idea of therapy. Instead of addressing my mental health, I poured all my energy into being a high achiever. And it worked... for a while.

I studied Hospitality Management at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (GO Rebels!) and built a thriving career in operations management for properties like The Mirage, Wynn and Encore, and the Cosmopolitan. Despite my steady climb to success, I struggled to enjoy what I’d accomplished.  I had done everything I thought I was supposed to do — get a degree, get married, buy a house all before thirty! But everything I was building was based on achieving to keeping up appearances as a desperate attempt to hide the personal turmoil I was experiencing when I'd go ho home.  When I left work I had to face that I was in a destructive relationship, had isolated myself from others, and my health was deteriorating.  


Lindsey Paoli Mind Performance Coach in Las Vegas
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