At 29 years old I suddenly became a widow when my husband, Richard, was tragically killed. I ended up losing my house, my car, my job and so much more. My life was a mess, I was a mess, and I was going through the motions on autopilot.
Then came a day when my 2-year-old son walked into my room and asked me, “Mommy are you going to get up today?” I looked at him and knew I had two choices - I could either give up or get up. That helped jump start my healing journey and made me realize I had to put my oxygen mask on first.
On the quest to rebuild my life, I discovered healthy habits and lifestyle changes that helped me find my way back to a whole heart. Now, I share those habits, tips, tools, and mental performance resources with EVERYONE because I know this to be true,
And regardless of our struggles, life goes on. That's why developing a healthy and resilience mindset is key to living an undefeated life.
Whether you need a coach to help you sort through your thoughts and create an action plan, or you are looking for a community like Soul Care to nurture ongoing growth habits, or you need an empowering speaker for your upcoming event: I'm here to share my own life and story with you so you can strengthen your mind, change your thoughts, and choose a positive + purposeful direction.
Yes, I'm a busy mama! But that's because I'm immensely passionate about teaching people how to grow and flow with life.
If you're ready to kick excuses, fear, and past pain to the curb; if you want to grow forward and bring your dream to life while unleashing your BEST self, then hit me up and let's make magic happen.
P.S. As a Mental Performance Coach I do not diagnose or treat clinical disorders, however, these issues sometimes come up and in these situations, in which case I will refer clients to appropriate psychologists or psychiatrists for expert treatment. My focus is on educating clients to maximize their mental performance in their personal or professional goals.
Karen Millsap is a Mindset Mastery Coach who is passionate about teaching individuals the tools + resources to feel better, live better, and achieve their goals with a healthy mindset.
She began her career in human resources and talent acquisition where she led countless training, new process, and change initiatives. However, at a young age, she suddenly became a widow when her husband was tragically murdered. On the quest to rebuild her life, she discovered healthy habits and lifestyle changes that helped her find her way back to a whole heart. Now, she shares practical advice and life strategies that provide tangible results and skills to help people push through the everyday challenges we all face in life and work.
Karen is the Founder of The Groflo a community that shares mental + emotional health tips and positive lifestyle inspiration. She’s also the CEO (Chief Empathy Officer) of Egency, a consulting firm that provides leadership training to help organizations create a human-centric culture with compassion and empathy.
Karen's client list includes NBC’s Golf Channel, Hubspot, Universal Orlando Parks & Resorts, Sprint and many more! Her work has been featured in Forbes, SHRM Magazine, on Good Morning America, MSNBC, and many others! She's also a regular contributor to Arianna Huffington's THRIVE Global community.
Karen received her undergraduate degree in Communication from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She is also a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles, California.
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Yeap, we're doing this. Here are some random fun facts to get to know me better!
1. ON THE ENNEAGRAM, I'M A:
although, when I first took the test I was a Type 7 (the Enthusiast) which I can totally see also. This is just another example of my true Gemini nature.