Michaela Logue is Certified Master NLP Practitioner (SRI University), Certified Self-Expression and Leadership Coach (Landmark Education), Certified Talent Dynamics Specialist, Published Author (medical journals) and a Certified Integrative Nutritionist.
Michaela has a B.S. (Suma Cum Laude) in Healthcare Management from South University.
Michaela spent 6 years at NYU School of Medicine Nutrition Brain Fitness Laboratory as a Research Data professional and worked alongside the world’s renowned neuroscientists studying nutrition and brain aging. The data which was gathered was subsequently used in multiple published medical journals.
I’m a 20-year veteran life and business coach, holistic nutritionist and online content creator. I teach aspiring women entrepreneurs to supercharge their authentic selves in order to powerfully launch their passion project by leveraging systems, productivity and social media to deliver their message to the world.
My coaching and teaching approach comes from experience. I have logged more than 7,500 coaching hours and have worked with over 300 clients from all around the world in the areas of true authenticity, communication, business, relationships and productivity.
When you do it right, building a loyal client tribe has its perks. By recently expanding my online reach, I have progressively pushed my business into a 6-figure practice, and we’re still growing.
This happy ending—(I’m still working on it…) did not come without trials, sacrifice and much tribulation.
In 2007, I was diagnosed with Neuromyelitis Optica (MAYO CLINIC) which can frequently be misdiagnosed as Multiple Sclerosis. However, in my journey with autoimmune disease, I also developed Fibromyalgia and IBS-D. At my worst, I wound up walking with a walker, wearing a diaper, mild cognitive impairment, vertigo and impaired vision.
Now before you pity me, I don’t do pity. I have always had a fighting spirit and I have always had a deep desire to serve. However, at my lowest points, I realized that I had generations and generations of self doubt, scarcity and inauthenticity programmed into me from when I was very young. I knew that if I was going to be able to get well and (literally) get back on my feet, I was going to have to get real. Getting real is not easy.
It hurts. Owning inauthenticity and self doubt is painful but I needed to approach it head on. I was going through a divorce, I was sick, financially destitute and I realized that if I didn’t get into action, things were going to go from bad to horrendous.
At this point, I started to unveil layers of childhood traumas which is not uncommon. It was really painful to confront the limiting beliefs that were keeping me sick, even while having a thriving coaching practice. It probably would have been easier to ignore the negative programming, get on medications and continue living my life in desperate internal silence. This internal silence was something I refused to continue living. Even an experienced coach like me is human and has areas that needed to be healed.
This is where true authenticity comes in. I learned by being mentored by master coaches in the personal growth field that I was living a lie. I was living a life of desperate impersonation of someone who I thought I was versus living a life authentically owning who I really was.
Owning my true, beautiful authentic self allowed me to heal. It allowed me to stop, look and listen. It allowed me to listen to my true inner voice. It allowed me to connect with my true authenticity. Allowing myself to own my god-given talents and put a plan in place to start building the life and business I knew I deserved.
This is what I coach and teach my clients to do.