The Secret To Happiness…. The One True Path To Building The Best You Step 1 of 14 7% Meet Natalie Susi, your Pavlok Happiness Coach Natalie Susi - Teacher. Writer. Entrepreneur. Natalie Susi is a teacher by heart, a writer by trade, and an entrepreneur by choice. A former English and writing teacher, Natalie Susi founded Bare Organic Mixers after she was laid off in the CA budget cuts from her job at San Diego State University. In 2009, Natalie decided to explore the world of entrepreneurialism when she recognized a large gap in the marketplace for low-calorie, all-natural cocktails. She navigated the sourcing, bottling, manufacturing, and distribution process and created Bare Organic Mixers. In 2014, she sold the company to a leading natural foods company. Natalie and Bare were featured in some notable press outlets to include: Forbes.com (Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch in SD), Pacific Magazine (Top 30 Under 30) The LA Times, E! Online, People Magazine, and Bravo's, The Millionaire Matchmaker. In 2015, Natalie exited the company, so she could return to education, but this time the content she wanted to teach was much different than English literature. She returned to education with a unique experience of how to build a business with limited resources and no previous business education. Like so many other first time entrepreneurs, she spent 6 years learning all of the life lessons the hard way through her biggest failures and mistakes. During this learning process, Natalie became fascinated with human behavior and psychology and concepts in the personal development space like how to recognize your blind spots, how to overcome limiting beliefs, and how to get out of what she coins, a “ditch moment.” In 2017, Natalie combined her educational background as a teacher and her experience as an entrepreneur to create, What Have I Learned, a company that provides personal development coaching and business consulting that specializes in helping people overcome their limiting beliefs, so they can step into who they are meant to be and achieve the life and career they’ve always wanted. Natalie is also a professor at the University of California, San Diego where she teaches a course called The Pursuit of Happiness, and she just partnered with Pavlok, a behavior change company that helps people change their habits for good, to create a Happiness Program for their platform of 60,000 users. Breaking bad habits and instilling new, healthy habits is a difficult thing to do. Habit coaching🔥 is a step-by step-process to not only define “What are your bad habits?” but bring awareness to the WHY of your habits. A Habit Coach🔥 is the most powerful way to kick your bad habits once and for all -- and rechannel the energy spent into healthy and positive habits. Imagine: no longer eating mindlessly -- instead, mindlessly exercising⚡️⚡️!We are looking for superstars who: ✅ Want to change their habits once and for all. ✅ Are willing to try something new, and are committed. ✅ Open to suggestions and accountability If this sounds like you, Fill out the survey for the opportunity to join our Habits Coaching Program. We will review all applicants and be in touch if you are selected. What habit would you most like to change?*Be Happier How in control do you feel when you eat?*1 (not at all)2345 (very)How familiar are you with productivity techniques (goal setting, task list, check in with a coach, etc.)?*I've never really learned anyI've learned some but don't use themI use tools weeklyI use tools dailyI'm a productivity monsterHow much do you spend on smoking? (monthly)*Under $50 USD$50 to $100$100 to $200Over $200How difficult do you find it to wake up in the morning?*1 (not at all)2345 (very)How long have you been biting your nails?*Only recently1 to 3 years4 to 9 years10 to 19 years20 years or moreHow often do you have negative thoughts? (1 to 5 scale)*1 (not very)2345 (very often) How often do you eat?*1 (only at meals)2345 (snack all day)How often do you use a to-do list?*Hardly ever / neverNot very oftenSome daysMost daysEvery dayHow many times have you tried to quit?*None1 to 34 to 1010 or moreWhat are the worst things that have happened to you because you've overslept?* Late to work Missed appointment Slept through job interview Slept through a test Missed a flight How often do you feel embarrassed about your nails?*Very rarelyOn occasionAt least a few times per monthA few times ar weekAll the timeWhat are your negative thoughts accompanied by most?*General anxietySocial anxietyWorryDepressionSelf pity or loathing What foods do you have the most trouble with?* Chips / Pretzels Pasta Chocolate Candy Bars Soda / Sugary Drinks Ice Cream Meats How many hours weekly do you think you lost wasting time?*Less than 1010 to 1920 to 2930 to 39More than 40How many years have you been a smoker?*Less than 33 to 55 to 1010 to 20More than 20How often do you oversleep when you shouldn't?*Very rarelyOnce a month or so2 to 4 times a monthAbout twice a weekAlmost alwaysHow do you think others judge your nail biting habit?* I never really thought about it People don't really have an opinion People think I look anxious or stressed People think I don't have discipline or willpower People think I have a nervous personality What would your life be like without negative thoughts?* Improved confidence More energy Improved relationships Better health More work success What reasons would you want to change your eating habits?*Have more energyLook betterImprove overall healthBetter confidenceImprove a specific conditionWhat reasons would you want to quit smoking?* Better health More energy Improved relationships Improved confidence Save more money / Have money to spend What would it mean to you if you never overslept again?* I would have more time for things I cared about I would have more job security Receive a raise at work My business would improve People would view me as more reliable People would stop thinking I was lazy It would improve my relationships I would be more alert and engaged in life Have you ever tried to quit biting your nails?*NeverOnceTwo or three timesMany timesWhen are your negative thoughts the heaviest?* Morning Afternoon Evening Around other people At my house At work During my commute Give us any details you'd like to provide about your habit. On a scale from 1 to 5, how much would you benefit from having a Habit Coach?1 (not at all)2345 (I NEED a coach to keep me on track) Would you be interested in paying for a Pavlok Habit Coach?Pavlok coaches help you set your goals, hold you accountable, and keep you on track. Choose yes if you're interested in having one reach out.YesMaybeNoDefinitely, right away!! What's your name? First Last What are some questions you have about Pavlok / Shock Clock? What's your Phone Number?(We may call/text to assist you with any questions and your habit) Enter your email address* This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.