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Michelle Phillips started her career as a celebrity make-up artist, creating a reputation for her ability to tap into the unique beauty of each client. Over the years she has worked with major networks, such as; NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and Fox.

She eventually moved in front of the camera hosting beauty and style segments and soon after became the host of the CBS affiliate’s new morning talk show. Since then Michelle has gone on to become a national television personality combining her wealth of external beauty experience with her training as a Life Coach to provide a strategy for ‘beautiful’ living inside and out, covering areas like; enhancing self-image, overcoming obstacles, goal setting, empowerment, and life balance.

Through her personal journey of triumph over adversity and experiences working with company and world leaders, national news anchors, and top entertainers, Michelle has learned the secrets to authentic success. She has put these timeless qualities into a unique process which led to her book becoming a bestseller weeks before it hit the shelves.

Now her book, The Beauty Blueprint: 8 Steps to Building the Life and Look of Your Dreams (Hay House, 2011) has topped lists in the US, UK, Canada, Japan, and Australia, in paperback and Kindle, for over 30 weeks in both the categories of beauty and self-esteem.

Most recently she appeared on The Daily Buzz on the CW Network, Life Love Shopping on WEtv, on the Power of Women Tour with Sigourney Weaver, Suzanne Somers and Barbara Corcoran, and at “I Can Do It!” events with inspirational icons Wayne Dyer and Louise Hay. She can also be heard internationally on her radio show on Hay House Radio network and was the Head of Makeup and Image for the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fl.

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Today’s Brilliance from Michelle Phillips

If you could have all of your dreams come true, what would your ideal life look like? I'm talking about much more than just the job you want, it could be family life, relationships, or any of the things that would be a part of your happiest, most secure existence. It may seem like an easy question but for the majority of people I work with letting themselves dream seems to be the hardest part of growing personally or professionally. When I ask a simple question like, "What would you like to do?" it is usually met with either "I…

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