Strength through Connection


I am focused on developing exemplary customer and employee experiences to improve profitability and growth.


Optimize your business or organization and understand how your customers interact with it.


I've helped clients in the outdoors, wildlife, shooting industries, and more.
  • “Michelle did a thorough review of our shooting range and retailer programs that helped identify new opportunities for our association to enhance our member education and services and add additional value to NSSF membership.”

    - Chris Dolnack, Senior Vice President & CMO, National Shooting Sports Foundation


  • Go Beyond the “I Don’t Know”

    Posted May 14, 2019
    There is both power and danger to saying those three little words; “I don’t know” (or IDK) learn more »
  • Inviting Imperfection

    Posted March 29, 2019
    Let’s focus on the desire to live. I worry that a focus on suicide prevention leads to more suicide when unbalanced with the need to prevent perfectionism. I will provide a 3-step process to revise your thinking about perfection. learn more »
  • Cultivating Conversation

    Posted March 5, 2019
    It’s only been within fairly recent history that women have a say in how the farm is being managed. This change is a good thing and requires a major adjustment in communication. learn more »

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3 days ago

Anavah Consulting LLC

We often get caught up in work as identity. You are not what but who!There is a difference between who you are and what you do.

The more you notice and pay attention to the space between these two, the faster you will improve what you create.

When we are one with our course or our offer, it’s impossible to be objective. We personalize everything.

We can never improve because if someone doesn’t “love” our offer, it means they don’t love us.

Sometimes, it means we can never even get that offer out there because deep down we wonder if anyone will want it which translates into “they don’t want me or my work.”

You are not your work.

You are the creator. The creator can morph the work in any direction she wants to take it.
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We often get caught up in work as identity. You are not what but who!

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A former boss and mentored turned friend always told me: “Don’t confuse your ‘I’ (who are are as an INDIVIDUAL) with your ‘R’ (you ROLE aka job). Hard to do, but some of the best I ever received.

6 days ago

Anavah Consulting LLC

Love this one today - "If you don't pay appropriate attention to what has your attention, it will take more of your attention than it deserves." - David Allen ... See MoreSee Less