Christine Hassler, Author at Daily Love with Mastin Kipp
Christine Hassler

About Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler supports individuals in discovering the answers to the questions: "Who Am I, What do I want, and How do I get it?" She is a Life Coach with a counseling emphasis specializing in relationships, career, money, personal development and spiritual growth.

After leaving her successful job as a Hollywood agent at 25 and triumphing over her own quarterlife crisis, Christine was inspired to write the first comprehensive self-help book for young women Twenty-Something, Twenty-Everything in 2005. Her second book The Twenty-Something Manifesto was published in 2008 and written for both men and women.

Today, Christine supports people of ALL ages overcome "Expectation Hangovers®" - a phenomenon she identified and trademarked – and teaching how to use them for personal transformation. As a professional speaker, Christine leads seminars and workshops to audiences around the country. She has spoken to over 10,000 college students as well as to conferences and corporations about generational diversity. Christine has appeared and been featured as an expert in media outlets such as: The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style, WGN, PBS, Glamour, Self, Women’s Health, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmo, US News and World Report, The Laura Ingram Show, and The New York Times as well as various local television and radio shows. Her expertise on the life issues facing Gen Y and as a life coach has made her a popular columnist on the Huffington Post since 2006.

Christine is a spokesperson for American Express and the key resource for their women’s and millennial advocacy programs. From her passion about education and student development, Christine created a life balance curriculum for the Leadership Institute. She is member of Northwestern University’s Council of 100, The Young Entrepreneur Council and is a faculty member at the University of Santa Monica teaching programs in Spiritual Psychology.

Christine grew up in Dallas, graduated cum laude from Northwestern University and received her Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Christine is active in volunteerism and loves living a healthy lifestyle. She currently resides in Los Angeles and loves spending time with her family and friends in Austin, Texas.

Why You May Be Moody, Unable To Focus, Gaining Weight And Not Yourself!

Hi y’all – happy to be writing you from Austin, Texas. Even happier to be writing you with a clear mind, energy, and the ability to focus, which was NOT the case the past two weeks . . . You see I just got to the other side of about two weeks of sleep deprivation… Continue Reading →

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Is Procrastination Or Perfection Squelching Your Creative Genius?

We all have heartfelt dreams that we want to create.  But just writing the to-do list or thinking about our desires is not enough. It takes action. It takes commitment. It takes time and effort. Yet do you ever find that you feel stuck? Even if the stress of your to-do list feels overwhelming, you… Continue Reading →

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How To Be Happy

I’m writing you on the plane ride back from Australia after spending the past month working and traveling on the other side of the world. One of the highlights of my time away was spending five days in Bali. I love Bali, so much so that I’ve gone four times. It’s hard not to love… Continue Reading →

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Scared To FULLY Shine Your Light?

G’day mates and greetings from Australia, where I have been having heaps (that is Australian for “lots”) of fun over here speaking, coaching and having some time to explore this beautiful country.  It’s my second time here and I love it even more than the first – the people here are so lovely, as are… Continue Reading →

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He Told Me I Could Either Sleep My Way To The Top Or Be A B*tch!

At 21 years old I landed my first job in Hollywood as an assistant at a big agency. Part of the orientation process was meeting with a senior agent for mentorship.  You can imagine that I was pretty excited about this opportunity – not only was I working at what I thought was my dream… Continue Reading →

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How To Get Over Your Fear Of Change

I find our relationship to change fascinating. As much as we want different, new and better, fear of the unknown keeps us in our well-known comfort zone. I’ve taken many risks in my life: moving to LA without a job, leaving a successful career and marriage when I had no idea what was on the… Continue Reading →

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How To Get Over (And Use) Heartbreak

One of my clients who recently released a new album and dedicated it to his heartbreak.  The time in his life when he felt most rejected, devastated and alone became the times he is now most grateful for because his struggles in love have been the inspiration for his lyrics and therapy for his soul…. Continue Reading →

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Stop Analyzing And Start Feeling!

Feeling bad doesn’t feel good. Most people that come to see me for coaching or a workshop is because they want to get out of feeling bad and start feeling good! When we are experiencing an uncomfortable emotion, we usually want out of it…and we’ll try a variety of methods to do so. We repress… Continue Reading →

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What You Are Doing That You Need To STOP (Now!!)

You may be doing something that is really bad for you so my message today is muy importante! (I’m headed to Costa Rica in two days so I’m practicing mi español!!) My warning has to do with how you treat yourself.  It is probably not news to you that most of us are extremely hard on… Continue Reading →

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Are You Over-Doing, Over-Giving And Over It?!?

Last week my personal tank was on empty. I had been over-giving, over-doing and was just over it! As a service-oriented entrepreneur, sometimes I do not even realize I’m “over-ing.” I know many of you do and give A LOT. I acknowledge you for this.  And we are all human. There are times when we… Continue Reading →

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Just Do It! How To Stop Procrasinating

Procrastination. Even though we know it is the thief of productivity we all do it.  And we temporarily enjoy it because we usually fill it with something frivolous that feels rather indulgent. Yet at the same time we feel guilty because we know something is hanging over our head. Procrastination is also the thief of… Continue Reading →

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Fight Your Enemies And Win!

Last weekend I learned how to juggle.  I have never had a desire to juggle. The few times I’ve tried were frustrating so I learned other party tricks like how to balance a spoon on my nose (seriously). Yet at a recent leadership training I attended, opting out of juggling was not an option because… Continue Reading →

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