Work From Your Happy Place Podcast

What does your happy place look like?

Do you wake up every morning energized or dreading the day in front of you?

Are you overwhelmed, constantly juggling demands, or do you work from a place of joy and gratitude?

What would it look like if you created a life that made you happy every day?

Work from Your Happy Place aims to EMPOWER you to take a leap toward the happy and fulfilled life you’ve always imagined by sharing stories of successful people who have done the same.

Our featured mentors will model their stories of failure, success, and perseverance.  What key tools and resources do you need to create a better lifestyle? Listeners will learn what “Happy Place” means for each guest and get lasting advice from the people who are living their dreams.

Being able to create a life that balances quality time and prosperity, in both your personal and professional life is one of the keys to true happiness.

Would working from your Happy Place be a laptop on the beach or in an office in the business you’ve always dreamed to own?

Join us each week so we can help you stay there with confidence and the resources to make it your reality each day!

Your Happy Place is waiting…

Meet your host!

8x12 - large size file ellsworth-47-13Belinda Ellsworth

The reason that I started Work From Your Happy Place is because I truly work from mine every single day. Working from my happy place means knowing that I can make a difference in someone else’s life, from the thousands I’ve though through my training, but most importantly, my family. Running my business from my home has allowed me to spend time with my family whenever I please. But when I do travel for speaking engagements, I am able to take them with me across the world. Working for myself meant that I was able to work hard for something I was passionate about. Being an entrepreneur has allowed me to experience many exciting things. I have obtained a tremendous amount of confidence that has carried over into every aspect of my life.

This Week's Featured Guests

Episode 44: Judy Stahl – Clever Container

Posted on September 29th, 2016


Judy Stahl fell in love with Direct Sales almost 18 years ago. Like many women, she turned to direct sales when her children were small because her heart was at home. After over 11 years with her first company, she stepped away to care for her Mother-In-Law who needed constant care. When she passed away, Judy thought she would take a turn at a “real” job, working 40 hours a week in an office. She quickly realized that Direct Sales was in her blood. She stumbled across Clever Container 5 ½ years ago and as one of the first consultants and leaders, she has been instrumental in the growth and development of this new company.

Judy continues to play an active role with the company owners as a member of the Leader’s Council for Clever Container. She has been recognized at last four National Conferences as the top team in the company. Her team has grown to over 1600 strong with sales of well over $2 million in 2015.

Judy’s passion in her business is to help other women become leaders and create lasting, successful businesses of their own with Clever Container. As evidence that passion creates success, she currently has 27 directors and 16 upper-level directors on her team, which is her proudest accomplishment.

Judy resides in Alliance, Ohio with her husband Mike (also an entrepreneur) and their three children who grew up as direct sales kids and are now 21, 19 and 16.


Liz Imperio has established herself as a major director and choreographer in the entertainment industry, including artistic direction and choreography for Jennifer Lopez’s “Dance Again” world tour; two world concert tours for Madonna – “Re-invention” tour and “Confessions” tour; director/choreographer of Gloria Estefan’s last 3 world concert tours;.

A proud Cuban-American, Liz was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her work caught the eye of famed choreographer Kenny Ortega at the tender age of 15. Liz Became Kenny’s Associate Choreographer for four years before breaking out on her own.

Her credits make her one of the most sought after choreographer/show director in the business, including: The show-stopping tribute performances by Jennifer Lopez on American Music Awards (Celia Cruz) and Latin Billboards Tribute to (SELENA), American Idol, Dancing With The Stars, Billboard Awards, Latin Grammys, NBC J-Lo Live in Puerto Rico, United We Stand with Michael Jackson (assoc. dir.), Lead Choreographer for Latin American Music Awards, VH1 Diva’s Live, ABC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration; Disney Channel original movie “Gotta Kick It Up”; James L. Brook’s feature film “Spanglish”

Liz’s commercial credits include L’Oreal (feat. J-Lo), Sheba Cat (feat. Eva Longoria), Jack In The Box, Bacardi, and many others. Liz was Supervising Choreographer for FOX’s and Univision’s first Bilingual television series airing in over 24 countries worldwide “Q’Viva.” She also choreographed Simon Cowell’s and Ricky Martin’s reality TV hit show “La Banda.” Her choreography contribution for the “Goodwill Games” also received an Emmy.

Liz Imperio has taught on numerous conventions over the span of 26 years, including LA Underground, Co. Dance, Tremaine Dance Convention, West Coast Dance Explosion, and is currently Artistic Director for Hollywood Vibe Dance Convention and newly founded Dance Ideas Seminar. Teaching has been a lifelong profession that has allowed her the opportunity to affect hundreds of thousands of lives. Liz’s experience in the field of education has inspired her and partner Chad Carlberg, to create and release a motivational, online program, BREAKING BARRIERS. This opportunity is a life long dream to give back and inspire today’s community of dancers to reach new heights in their lives.

Episode 42: Beth Golik – Uppercase Living

Posted on September 22nd, 2016


Beth is a life-long learner who enjoys the challenge of taking an existing project or program to the next level. In 2007, she became an Independent Demonstrator with Uppercase Living, a direct sales company that captures the power of words to create meaningful vinyl designs for homes and commercial spaces. She is now an Executive Director through her efforts in team building and sales and has served on the company’s advisory board. In addition to her successful direct sales business, she works in disability ministry at both her local church and by helping to equip churches on a national level. Beth and her husband live near Cleveland, Ohio with their three teenage boys.

Find her at and follow on Twitter at @BethGolik

Episode 41: Laura Moore –

Posted on September 19th, 2016


Laura Moore is the Founder of Uppy. She is a Performance Coach specialising in helping driven business and professional women live more. Laura is ridiculously passionate about helping women unlock their full potential so that they can have more time and energy to focus on doing the things they want with the people they want and have a good time in the process.

Throughout her years in the health and wellness industry, she has identified that this is only possible if a solid foundation is built at a personal level, the basis of which is optimum health and wellbeing. Most people claim to know this, yet the numbers of lifestyle-related disease continue to rise, as people continue to do the same thing over and over expecting different results. Laura recognized this and developed the Uppy philosophy, which flips current thinking on its head and respects the fact that it is the mind driving the body, and diet and exercise are only a small piece of the puzzle.

Laura is sick of seeing women struggle because they have been misinformed or just don’t know there’s another way, so she is on a mission to deliver her philosophy to as many women as possible, because she believes that everyone has a right to know how to live more.