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Melissa Krivachek President of Briella Arion is committed to helping executives and entrepreneurs across the globe Break-Thru* limiting beliefs to go from 6 figure incomes to 7 figure businesses doing what they love, whatever that may be. Melissa's practical, yet simplistic approach has made her one of the top 5 Power Players in the world under 40. With a focus on mindset, internal/external confidence, communication & leadership training her clients get massive, immediate, long-term sustainable results.

Leadership is a word that takes on a particularly important meaning in times of trial. Companies need to foster it. Individuals need to aspire to it. And our nation needs to rediscover it. When times get tough, the tough get going, but the truly successful get going in the right directions. Melissa Krivachek President of Briella Arion provides high caliber training inspiring individuals, teams, & organizations. From humble beginnings to executive coach, & international speaker Melissa’s personal story resonates with all audiences. Melissa has helped her clients grow and prosper with organizational transformation, organizational development & behavioral change, leadership & team development, while sustaining change through effective internal & external communication. Melissa facilitates motivation on the deepest levels to immediately change lives personally, professionally, and financially.

Pent up inside every member of your organizational population is a leader just waiting to emerge. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to align what your people do best with what your organization needs most. This means tapping into their most natural & energy-producing interests & motivations, using them to propel your organization forward. More enthusiasm. More Fun. More profit. Apple does it & so can you. What are you waiting for?

Seen in Forbes, CNN, Fox News, Yahoo Finance, WSJ, Golf Elite & Evolution Magazine among various other publications.

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5 Traits That Differentiate Iowa Entrepreneurs

| August 5, 2013 | 6 Comments

  I’ve traveled around the country, and regardless of your definition of success, or the level of success you’ve achieved there are 5 distinct characteristics that differentiate Iowa’s people from the rest of the globe.  Now this article might be a bit biased, so I want to challenge you to create your own list of […]

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Principles of Powerful Relationships

| May 20, 2013 | 2 Comments

“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” Emotional Abuse … Frustration because your needs are not met… Lack of Support… Emptiness … Distance… Five things you want to avoid in relationships. The best way to do that? Respect is demonstrated by […]

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The Power in a Millionaire’s Mindset

| May 14, 2013 | 18 Comments

“You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.” Having the right mindset is more important than having the right idea Underachievement … Frustration … Below-average money … Three things you want to avoid in life & business. The best way to […]

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Fail Forward: Are You Up For the Challenge?

| May 8, 2013 | 2 Comments

To whom much is given much is required.  Let’s just be clear the process of personal growth is NOT easy.  What I’ve learned throughout my time as an executive coach is that a lot of leaders and front line employees tend to over complicate their life and business. Everyone has different reasons for wanting to […]

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The Value of Knowing What You’re Worth

| April 4, 2013 | 11 Comments

“Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it. ” When you look good, you feel good; when you feel good you live better. This week our focus is on increasing your Self-Worth. There are many ways to increase your self-esteem but how […]

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Easy Ways to Work Smarter Not Harder During A Start-Up

| February 11, 2013 | 7 Comments

Let’s look at what it means. Working smarter means getting results with the least amount of time, energy, and resources; and while it doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t have to work hard it does carry its own weight.  There are four tactics to working smarter not harder during a start-up and while there are […]

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My Perspective on the “F” Word

| February 6, 2013 | 1 Comment

I know what you are thinking and while we’re uncomfortable talking the subject I believe it needs to be addressed with today’s leaders, teams, and organizations so I wanted to give you my perspective on the “F” word FAILURE. Here are 6 ideas to help you look at failure from a different perspective and stop […]

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10 Leadership Styles That Build Better Teams

| February 1, 2013 | 6 Comments

Leadership doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all definition. There are many different leadership styles in management and each plays an important role when it comes to building productive work teams. We can all identify leaders in our lives that stand out as visionaries, others as strategists, and still others as motivators or peacemakers. The list goes on […]

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7 Strategies to Improve Happiness & Overcome Procrastination

| January 27, 2013 | 7 Comments

We often search for happiness, yet we stay stuck in our same routine wishing, hoping, and dreaming for success, change, and happiness.  I wanted to share seven proven strategies guaranteed to dramatically improve your happiness and help you in achieve success in any area of your life, if you apply them. 1. Wherever you are […]

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7 Ways to Maximize Employee Potential & Boost Performance

| January 17, 2013 | 2 Comments

Let me set the scene: you’re sitting at your desk waiting for your phone to ring, hoping for the next client to walk in, and pacing your office wondering how you’re going to pay your employees.  What you’re going to tell them when you let them go because you no longer have work for them? […]

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