Give Yourself the Life You’ve Always Wanted!

I just want you to take better care of yourself. You are the most important person the Universe has placed in your life! Allow my intuition, empathy, keen analysis, and humor lift you to the heights of joy and love that you deserve! Start feeling the success as a person you truly are.

Who is Michael Parise, the Saboteur Slayer Life Coach?

Listen

Listen to an interview where we discuss how to take charge of your life after everything has changed.

Take Charge of Your Life After Everything has Changed

By Emily Harman Feat. Michael Praise

Watch

Listen to Michael and Dianne Raynor as she interviews him for her series, “The Hearts of Healthcare Professionals“.  His topic is “Personal Fulfillment.” 

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A book for those who are ready to prioritize their own lives.

In a rare combination of talents, Michael is a compassionate coach with an understanding of spiritual and real-life goals. His insight into the human condition and our relationship with society’s expectations is unmatched. Michael is a life coach who can relate to people from all walks of life.

Amy Finkel

Client

Michael has a systematic approach to problem solving and coaching that I am in awe of. He can view a situation from multiple angles all at once and I have seen wisdom in his recommendations. Michael also can listen deeply and be present totally.

Michael Hamilton

The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

Latest Blog Posts

“Ef” Words

Most of us were taught never to use vulgarity or ‘cussing’ only to discover its value later in life. There are studies that show that cussing at the right moments can relieve stress while expressing shock, exasperation, frustration, anger, or a combination. Near the...

Reframing Failure and Success

No one likes to fail. Worse still, no one likes to feel like a failure. Why does failure feel so lousy? It’s because our dualistic culture defines it as a huge negative in contrast to success. Families, businesses, banks, law enforcement, and governments don’t help...

The Two Sides of Perfectionists

Most people speak negatively about perfectionists. They often wrongly lump the tendency toward perfectionism in with obsessive-compulsive disorder or narcissism. And they have some major misconceptions, such as: All perfectionists are neurotic control freaks who can’t...

Death By Comparison

Self-motivation is key to success. Yet the wrong kind and I can be very hard on myself. Maybe you too? Are you in the habit of blaming yourself whenever something doesn’t work out quite right?Do you fantasize about a perfect scenario where all the pieces of your life...

Are You Entitled?

No one likes to think they’re entitled. It’s kind of an ugly word. It carries a lot of shame and judgment. Yet I know that I’ve been entitled for a number of reasons that are not accessible to the vast majority of human being in the world. Let’s just start with race,...

Veterans: What’s Your Value?

Veterans and spouses, I challenge you! Can you take a few moments to read and respond to this?  I want and need you’re your insights and input to a few important questions. Over the past couple of years I’ve posted a lot to elicit responses from American veterans....

Friendship and Frequencies

I think I’ve finally solved a mystery about friendship that I’ve wondered about most of my life: Why I have had so few real, lasting friendships. Since I was four years old, I struggled to identify and foster friendships. I usually ended up feeling left out,...

A Gracious Life and Career

How do you know when you’re in a ‘gracious career’?  How does it feel? Is it the feeling you get when you’ve experienced totally strings-free love? Or: Is it like receiving a gift for no other reason than you happen to exist? It is our right as humans to live...

What Is The Universe About?

I recently came across three concepts that have guided humans in their quest to understand the universe. The first I had heard about many times, especially growing up in New England: Transcendentalism. One had known something about: Pantheism. The third was new to me:...