Kim is a certified NeuroChangeSolutions Consultant/Coach, an International Team Leader for Dr. Joe Dispenza and offers a program for corporate settings called “Change Your Mind, Create New Results”
Whether you are a corporation, organization, business, school, hospital, nonprofit, or government agency, Kim’s goal is to bring the neuroscience of personal change to individuals, teams, and organizations around the globe.
Every year, organizations invest billions in new training that fails to produce the desired results. Why? The primary reason is a misunderstanding of how to produce sustained change. Change requires altering neuropathways in the brain. The neuroplastic nature of our brains allows us to learn new ways to think, act, feel, and be in the world.
Learning new information is the first step in enabling a new way of thinking — a new mindset. But it’s not enough to just learn new information. By thinking and acting in different ways, new choices appear that we may not have recognized previously. With these new choices comes new ways to act and behave. This, in turn, opens us up to new experiences. The end product of any experience is an emotion. To produce lasting change, therefore, we must engage the emotions that — until now — have shaped our lives, and connect new emotions with new experiences. The result? We are able to step into a new future.
The Change Your Mind…Create New Results program is designed to engage and involve participants through various teaching modalities including individual and group activities, videos, skills practice, and direct application for key learning takeaways.
Program participants will:
*Identify a change they want to make in their lives
*Learn new models for change based on neuroscience
*Discover what it means to “live in survival or creation”
*Become acquainted with the “three brains” and their role in the change process
*Incorporate each lesson to activate the neurological and biological process for change
*Apply each of these principles to effect personal change
*Practice 4 tools for change