Leaha Mattinson is a change management specialist, coach, speaker, and author who “walks her talk” in a truly extraordinary way. In 2008 she learned she would someday inherit Huntington’s disease, a genetic, neurological, terminal illness that affects the brain and progressively shuts down the mind and body. It was a devastating diagnosis—yet Leaha realized that to be true to the message she shares with clients she must live her life consciously with enthusiasm, grace and gratitude.
Her mission is to share these valuable insights with others. As a life mastery coach, she guides her clients toward self-improvement by helping them resolve underlying fears, interrupt bad habits, and break through barriers to achieve their goals. She is also a speaker, addressing topics such as stress management, finding courage, discovering purpose, living in uncertainty, and facing terminal illness.
Leaha shares her own life story in her book “Silver Linings: The Essential Guide to Building Courage, Self-Respect and Wellness” and invites you along the path of healing with the companion workbook “The Silver Linings Course Correction Guide – Your Nurturing Journey Starts Now.”
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