Tim Kellis
  • 54, Male
  • Boca Raton, FL
  • United States

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Tell us your Conscious Calling?
to help save our culture of marriage
What is your secret to healthy living?
Be friends with yourself, and happiness does not come from how good looking you are or how much money you have
What would you like to say?
a fact that doesn't support the truth is merely a fiction
there is no such thing as a failure who keeps trying, coasting to the bottom is the only mistake
About Me:
Renowned Wall Street analyst Tim Kellis takes on what could be considered society's biggest problem today, divorce. The journey that led to him tackling such a significant issue was both personal and professional. After a successful career that eventually landed him on Wall Street as the first semiconductor analyst to focus on the communications market Tim met what he thought was the girl of his dreams, only to see that relationship end with bitterness and anger.

For Kellis, writing this book has been a life experience involving his professional and personal life, as well as his imposing intellectual and emotional development, that has led him to understand how to make a relationship work.

"Too often I've heard 'I'd rather be happy and single, than unhappy and married.' Yet my parents taught me that divorce was not an option in life, something they taught me not by what they said, but by how they lived. They had a very unhappy relationship for a very long time, but they stayed married. The only reason I was able to come to understand how to make a relationship successful is because I was able to overcome my own childhood shortcomings, forgive my parents and see them for who they really were--my parents.

Ambition and a strong aptitude for math helped lead Kellis to discover how to make relationships work. His math skills led directly to an engineering degree, nine years in the telecommunications industry, an MBA in finance, and finally on to Wall Street, where he became the very first semiconductor analyst to focus on the communications market.

As an analyst you are required to be an expert in your field. The research completed before writing Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage was pursued in the same fashion as that required before becoming an analyst. The search for the truth requires a critical mind.

After publishing a 300-page initiation piece entitled Initiating Coverage of the Semiconductor Industry: Riding the Bandwidth Wave, Kellis became a leading semiconductor analyst at one of the biggest firms on Wall Street. As an analyst, he was in constant contact with investors, honing his presentation skills to the point that he became an expert presenter, a skill he believes is essential in his new role as relationship advisor. The experience he gained as a Wall Street analyst provided an excellent backdrop for researching and writing a book on relationships. As an analyst he had to deal with many egos, some healthy, some not. During this time, he learned why corporations and systems functioned at their best or worst and today applies much of what he learned to smaller, more intimate systems embodied in relationships.

What is the thread common to all corporations? Regardless of industry, almost every company starts out initially with the sole purpose of providing a product or service that makes its customers happy. The exception here is relationship therapists who have simply rationalized unhappiness. Competition exists to keep every corporation on its toes. Try to think of a product that makes customers unhappy or a television commercial where the actors are portrayed being unhappy using a specific company's product or service. There aren't any.

Discovering the roots of happiness

According to Kellis, "working with so many people who loved their jobs on Wall Street exposed me to many happy relationships. Their happiness was not simply a result of how much money they made, many of the happy relationships were with people who were not making a lot of money, but because they found working on Street incredibly intense and exciting. The common notion within mainstream psychology that relationships without arguments are impossible is simply a fallacy.

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Relationship Advice: Handling conflicts in your relationship

Posted on August 31, 2009 at 10:04am 0 Comments

Another media inquiry regarding handling conflicts:

I’m not a yeller. I never have been. When my sister and I had knock-down fights as kids, she screamed and I talked or cried (or both). Actually, that’s how our fights play out these days. I also never yelled when arguing with my parents, and the one and only time I got in a bit of a “tiff” with a colleague, she yelled and I, well, spoke. I’m the same way with dates. Recently, I had… Continue

Discovering Yourself on the Path to a Successful Marriage

Posted on August 14, 2009 at 5:09pm 0 Comments

I like to say that I couldn’t have written my book if I had not discovered the work of Carl Jung. My most significant resource was his autobiography. As I got my arms around the psychology industry, and in particular the theories of Jung I began to realize that he actually figured out the psyche of the mind, and the impact of insecurities on our relationships with our spouses.

In fact, one of my objectives is to finally replace the theories of Freud with those… Continue

Book Excerpt: The Waltz of Love

Posted on May 29, 2009 at 10:25am 2 Comments

Here is an excerpt from the book I think you might enjoy, that time in your life when you finally meet that one person who captures your attention like no other.

The waltz of love: One of the most incredible experiences in life

Then you meet him or her. What an… Continue

Palm Beach Post article on my book

Posted on February 9, 2009 at 11:12pm 2 Comments

Hello all

Today's Palm Beach Post had an article about a limited time 20% discount on my book entitled "Equality: The Quest for the Happy Marriage". Please click on the link to view the article.

The article highlights the discount just in time for a… Continue


Posted on August 9, 2008 at 9:25am 1 Comment

Hello my Conscious Living friends. I just wanted to set this blog up as a platform to chat. Please feel free to post anything here on my blog. Thanks. Health and Happiness.

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At 5:13pm on March 28, 2011, Shannon Burnett-Gronich said…
Hope you had an amazing birthday! How young...30??? Love you Tim!!
At 1:18pm on January 3, 2011, Markus Klinger said…
At 9:31am on March 26, 2010, LoRi said…
OK no worries...

see you next time!

so you are Aries and Cat? just for fun....!

At 2:36pm on March 25, 2010, LoRi gave Tim Kellis a gift
BIG HUG for your Birthday!
At 12:51pm on June 30, 2009, Margie Ruzzo said…
Hi Tim,
It was great to meet you at The Light Workers Conference. I am so happy that you have joined the Conscious Living parnership world. Is the beautiful female in your pictures your wife?

Much love until we meet again.
At 8:44am on May 27, 2009, Conscious Living Partnership said…
You are now a featured member of Conscious Living Space. Thank you for your contributions!
At 10:09pm on March 13, 2009, Janice said…
Hi Tim - it was wonderful meeting you yesterday. So enjoyed talking to you, and I am really looking forward to digging in to your book!

Look forward to speaking with you soon, and to seeing you next Thursday.

Have a fabulous weekend!
At 1:54pm on February 18, 2009, LoRi said…
why? a statue beside you??? WHY????

I won't be at Expo of Heart this week end.... just tooooo bad......
At 3:21pm on February 5, 2009, Terri Mermis said…
Thank you for the friend request!
At 8:11pm on February 4, 2009, SHELLI BLAIR said…

Hi Tim ~ Got your question about CLP speaking at your event ~ I would suggest you sending the same comment ~ and questions to Shannon & she could Definately help & support you:)

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