Are you ready to live from your passion and purpose? Do you want to live your best life ever? Are you ready to stop struggling and start living?
Dare to be a more powerful you!
You are her why!
Ellen’s books are written with you in mind. You are her why. Learn from Ellen’s experience and earned wisdom how to unlock your potential and slay your self-doubts to live your boldest, most fulfilling life. Women Adjust Your Jockstrap: The Uncensored Playbook to Win at Work and in Life is your career game changing down-to-earth pragmatic Playbook to own the playing field – not just level the field. You will gain stamina, authentic power and inner self-confidence by rewiring your mindset and brain from societal and cultural conditioning to be formidable you. Happy in Spite of People, a parable, gives you proven strategies, approaches and social skills to get along with the array of personalities at work. People smarts is your advantage in a workplace where job competence and experience no longer suffice. Happy received the 2016 International Latino Book Award in the category of Best Self-Help Book. Spirited Leadership: 52 Ways to Build Trust is a classic in the fields of business, trust and leadership. Build your leadership muscle and emotional stamina to be resilient in these intense and unpredictable times. Ellen’s three books inspire and drive change by providing pragmatic tools and insights on how to gain credibility, earn followership, play the game while attaining authentic self-confidence – executive presence. Ellen’s words of encouragement coupled with her realistic approach activates self-awareness and sparks new choices and actions to thrive.
Own your choices, own your power
to live an authentic, most wonderful life.
Listen to Ellen Castro’s latest interview with James Miller from LIFEOLOGY®. James and Ellen discuss reputation. Have you ever stopped and thought about how others perceive you – your reputation? Among your colleagues and friends, are you the encourager, the leader, the optimist or the narcissist, the gossiper, the downer? Any and all labels are usually based on how we present ourselves and the impact we make. When you take a moment to reflect on how you interact with others, it allows you to take self-responsibility. Your impact affects your success and well-being.
Ellen shares her insights starting at 6:10. This is an interview you don’t want to miss. Listen now!
Ellen’s greatest joy and driver is to make a positive impact on others – to be someone’s miracle. By igniting and empowering others to be 100% accountable for their choices and lives, to live authentically from their gifts and greatness instead of feeling marginalized and living from perceived limitations and fear.
Ellen’s passion comes from the pain and ashes of the past, a past that included a childhood filled with drama, mental illness, alcoholism and abuse. Thank God for Mrs. Fleming, her first grade teacher, who saved her life or at the very least, changed the direction with a welcoming hug and look of acceptance. Mrs. Fleming sparked hope that there was something good within her. That hope inspired Ellen to continue the fight not only to survive but to be her personal best regardless of the perceived odds.
We all have stories. Fortunately, by faith and better choices, we can change our stories. Ellen smiles knowing her experiences gave her the strength, character and compassion to be someone’s Mrs. Fleming. Her mess became her message. Through her writing Ellen shares the insights and earned wisdom of a lifetime.
Live energized! Live empowered!
It all begins with you!
Ellen’s Five Tips for Being a Spirited Leader are:
1. Change your thoughts, change your world.
2. We are our choices.
3. Live consciously.
4. Re-define failure.
5. It’s all about TRUST™
View her entire Dallas Morning News column online with more on Ellen’s Five Tips.
What Readers Say
Ellen – Enjoy your tweets – always lifts my spirits.
You are so prolific, yet down-to-earth. I can feel the energy and goodness you exude.
Ellen is one of the most inspirational people on the planet. She excels at thinking outside the box to make good situations and results rise from the ashes of deep despair.