Greetings and Salutations One and All! This week we have a very different show for us! We are hosting a panel show with four amazing guests! So in our blog focus this week we will be doing a series of close ups on our panelists! Today we start with the super amazing Elyce Monet! She is so phenomenally talented! And what an amazingly down to earth gal! She will astound you with her wisdom and insights! We are truly honored and excited to have her as a part of our panel on the topic of Angels this week!
Here is a bit more about this beautiful spirit and her work!
Biography of Elyce Monet The Heart Healer
Elyce Monet’s goal is to bring greater love, balance and harmony into the world, through spiritually based workshops and coaching. She cherishes people, and understands that life does not always go well. She is here to serve as a bridge to help people know who they are, why they are here, how to love themselves and experience living the life of their dreams.
Now based in Southern California, Elyce’s career has been marked by substantial contributions in three fields – Media and the Arts, Medicine and Healing, and Spirituality and Transformation.
Elyce’s book The Me I Couldn’t See, to be released early 2011, is a testament to the life lessons she has learned, notably the duality of our natures, and how learning to love one’s self is key in relating to everything that exists.
As a businesswoman, Elyce has been able to combine her creative skills to pioneer new fields. In 1986, she created Parangello Players Theater and School, which have served thousands of budding artists in the Pacific Northwest. In 1993, she pioneered the first program in the U.S. bringing together alternative practitioners with staff M.D.s through a hospital system. It was highly successful, paving the way for others to integrate alternative and traditional medicine.
As an artist, Elyce has personally excelled, winning awards from music associations, including Rising Star Female Entertainer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year in 1995 and 1996, and Dancer of the Year in national competitions in Las Vegas. She has written and recorded several CD projects in various styles, including country-funk, swing, and smooth jazz. A Positively Entertainment review of her CD“The King of Swing” stated, “[The CD is] a cross-over style swing beat mixed with the pristine vocals of Elyce Monet. In this number [Way After Hours] she comes off sounding like Michelle Pfeiffer from the movie The Fabulous Baker Boys at that unforgettable Christmas gig.”
In 1999, Elyce joined a nationally syndicated broadcasting firm, and earned the top producer award for the next eight years. Next she launched her own media and communications consulting firm, Connect The Dots, Inc. Its clients include some of the world’s largest media companies for creative ideas and copy for infomercials, advertisements and the like. She is hired as a writer, consultant, director, producer, and talent. She has produced long-form programs with T. Harv Eker (Secrets of the Millionaire Mind), Dennis Prager, Dr. Steven Rosenblatt, Mariel Hemingway, Dr. Marc Darrow, Dr. Robert Marshall, Dr. Garth Nicolson, and Nutritional Therapeutics, Inc.