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Kimi + Pua
At Best Life Ever, our mission is to support individuals and businesses to optimize performance and create lives they love. Our Time + Energy services, workshops, and online trainings are being used by entrepreneurs, leaders, educators, healers, students, and parents across the world to get focused, reduce stress, and reclaim their time and their power. The result is more fulfilling personal and professional lives, more meaningful relationships, and more joy!

 

Best Life Ever co-founders Kimi Morton + Pua Pakele and Cabot were drawn together by a calling – a burning desire to help people fall in love with their lives! What started as a fun side hustle, has not only turned into a thriving business, but also a radical movement to expand the way people think, work, and live in today’s modern world. 
Kimi Morton
Short Bio
Kimi Morton is the co-founder of Best Life Ever, a time + energy training company whose mission is to support individuals and businesses to optimize performance and create lives they love.
As it is for most people, the path to Kimi’s true purpose was a long and winding one, but she finally felt at home in her heart when she brought all of her skills and life experience together to create BLE with business partner Pualena Pakele and Cabot.
This mom of two is now on a mission to help people love themselves fiercely. As someone who “spent decades feeling busy, being almost happy, and caring way too much about what people think”, Kimi is joyously committed to helping others reclaim their time, their joy, and their badassery.

 

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Kimi Morton is the co-founder of Best Life Ever, a time + energy training company whose mission is to support individuals and businesses to optimize performance and create lives they love.
As it is for most people, the path to Kimi’s true purpose was a long and winding one. From managing the art business and medical care of local artist Peggy Chun who died of ALS in 2008, to opening and closing an art gallery, to serving as Chief Marketing Mom for Moms In Hawaii, then to fitness & nutrition coaching at Egan’s Training Center; Kimi finally felt at home in her heart when she brought all of her skills and life experience together to create Best Life Ever with business partner Pualena Pakele and Cabot.
This mom of two is now on a mission to help people love themselves fiercely. As someone who “spent decades feeling busy, being almost happy, and caring way too much about what people think”, Kimi is joyously committed to helping others reclaim their time, their joy, and their badassery.
Kimi’s Best Life Ever includes, but is not limited to, lots of freedom freedom, writing, biohacking, Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, unicorns, belly laughs, family time, good food, good wine, and good fun (with ample rest and reflection in between).
Pua Pakele & Cabot
Short Bio
Pualena Pakele and Cabot is the co-founder of Best Life Ever, a time + energy training company whose mission is to support individuals and businesses to optimize performance and create lives they love.
Armed with an MBA and a professional portfolio with experiences from local start-ups to multi-national corporations, Pua uses her wide skill set and obsession with uplifting our global community to help people step out of their comfort zones to serve at their highest potential and achieve personal and professional lives they never thought were possible. 
Pua is as enthusiastic and unique as the “and” in her name. She’s an early riser that loves Jiu Jitsu, dancing hula, all the animals, and spending time in the ocean.
Long Bio
Pualena Pakele and Cabot is the co-founder of Best Life Ever, a time + energy training company whose mission is to support individuals and businesses to optimize performance and create lives they love.
With her adventurous spirit, curious mind, and renewed thirst for learning and personal improvement, Pua embarked upon a journey of diverse educational and vocational experiences – from International Marketing US-China Liaison for SMH International in Shanghai, to earning her Masters in Business Administration from Hawaii Pacific University, to Marketing Intern for Yelp Honolulu, to Hawaii State Market Manager and National Events Coordinator for Kaplan Test Prep, Workshop Coordinator for The Wedding Cafe, to Fitness & Nutrition Coach at Egan’s Training Center where she met her BLE business partner, Kimi Morton.
Always an entrepreneur at heart, Pua now joyously uses her incredibly wide skill set and passion for uplifting our global community to help people step out of their comfort zones and serve at their highest potential and achieve personal and professional lives they never thought were possible.
Pua is as enthusiastic and unique as the “and” in her name.This infectious, energetic introvert will lift you up, radically transform your perspective, and organize your closet. She’s an early riser that loves Jiu Jitsu, pineapples, all the animals, dancing hula, and spending time in the ocean.

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Best Life Ever
Best Life Ever’s mission is to make the world a better place by supporting people in discovering the true potential within and to help them fall in love with themselves and their lives. We are committed to creating a paradigm shift at the leadership level, helping people to reclaim their time, energy, focus, and overall wellness. We support people in creating “purposeful productivity” in their lives to leverage their time and energy for their personal missions and for what matters most to them.

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Try This For Increased Productivity

We talk a lot about “hooking up your future selves” at Best Life Ever, and we encourage our clients to look for ways to make life easier for the tired, overwhelmed, or burned out future versions of themselves. More…

Want To Feel More Fulfilled? Spend More Time in the Sweet Spot

In any self-improvement journey, whether it’s fitness, career, or personal development, awareness is key. We have to start with understanding how we’re currently operating so we can tweak it and make it more efficient, more productive, and more joyful! More…

Time Constraints Can Be Our Friend

Parkinson’s Law, named after essayist Cyril Northcote Parkinson, is the adage that “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion”. We all have experiences of those miraculous things we’ve accomplished with the pressure of a ridiculous deadline. The project that we pull out of our a**, the house that gets cleaned for unexpected guests, the work that gets done while the baby is napping…Time constraints can be our friend. More…

This is Your Year

As work+life integration ninjas, Kimi and I are always on a mission to find the best ways to live life, and what could be better than recreating the high vibration, motivation, and excitement of New Year’s Day than to have multiple days each year where you revisit your goals, your purpose, your big vision, and put new strategies and tools in place to help get you there?! More…

Are you Effin’ Busy?

One of our biggest missions in the work that we do is to help people to reclaim their schedules, their time, and their lives. We coach people to use tools and strategies to maximize their time and energy in order to spend more time in the “Sweet Spot”, living a life with purpose instead of a life of stress and overwhelm. More…

How to Not Be An Asshole to Yourself

Most of us have created a terrible habit of being an absolute asshole to ourselves every day, and this kind of negative reinforcement in combination with the ridiculous (and airbrushed) standards in mainstream media is largely responsible for our unreasonable aspirations. More…

A Shortcut to Getting What You Want

There are really only just a few basic steps to getting what you want. Know what you want, take some type of action, relax and receive. More…

5 Tips to Declutter Your Life

We now live in a time where email clutter is a serious #firstworldproblem. Productivity junkies strive to hit “Inbox Zero” daily and there are intricate strategies to whittle down the number of emails in you’ve collected since the birth of email, some 20 something years ago. Every email symbolizes something you haven’t taken care of and something that is someone else’s priority. More…

A Love Letter to My Fellow Introverts

On the spectrum of introvert to extrovert, I’m probably one of those blended types, but I definitely get my energy from being alone and being around people drains me (no offense).

How do you know where you fall on the spectrum? Imagine you’re at Whole Foods and you see someone you “kind of” know. Is your first instinct to go up to them and say “hi” or to quickly turn away and pretend you’re deeply contemplating which $15 bottle of olives to buy. Mmmmhmmmm, I thought so, my introverted olive connoisseur. More…

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