Hi, I’m Christine Hassler!
I’m a best-selling author, keynote speaker, master coach, and podcast/TV host who is committed to guiding people and organizations into their highest potential. I left my successful job as a Hollywood agent at 25 to pursue a life I could be truly passionate about… but it did not come easily.
Through Personal Mastery, you’ll learn how to overcome any obstacle standing between you and what you want… even if you feel like you’ve tried everything and still don’t have the answers.
Coaching & Training
Individual coaching is a tremendous investment in yourself. I met my first coach at 23 and it dramatically changed the course of my life, putting me on the path to live a life that is fulfilling on all levels.
Get clarity on your purpose. Release emotions and situations that are holding you back. Learn tools that create lasting change and give you peace of mind. Connect with other like-minded amazing women. Receive tons of love and guidance from Christine.
40 Day Journal
In this printed and spiral bound Over It & On With It 40 Day Journal, I’m giving you two of my favorite “life hacks” that have become sacred processes. Doing these have not only created positive changes in my life, they’ve made me more peaceful, productive, and prosperous overall!
Recent Blog Posts
Introducing B-School with Marie Forleo
Last year I moved from Los Angeles to San Diego and found my dream place right on the ocean. It was truly heaven listening to the sound of the waves and watching […]
How to better handle stress
Stress. I do not know anyone that does not experience it. Some of us deal with it daily, while for others it is more situational. No matter how or where stress shows up […]
As the first month of 2019 comes to a close, I would love to invite you to reflect on how you have spent your time and energy . . . and offer you a better way to manage these most precious resources of yours. At the start of the year when goal setting is at a peak, we...read more
"Life is suffering. Attachment is the source of suffering. The end of attachment will bring the end of suffering." Buddha I love this wisdom from Buddha because it reminds me that I am usually the source of my suffering. My thoughts and judgments about how I wish a...read more
For many years I bought into the misunderstanding that being hard on myself was an effective way to motivate myself. I measured myself up against others and used comparison as fuel to make myself do more. This was absolutely effective on the external level. I got...read more