Sometimes I have searched out change.
For example, I’ve had two careers – one in healthcare and one in financial services. During that time, I became a student of change by studying brain-based techniques for almost a decade. I worked to achieve these changes by going to school, studying and growing my skills to make me an expert in these areas.
Sometimes change has happened to me.
After an injury, I could no longer do most of the things I could before. Everything was a challenge including how to transform the ‘me’ in my head to the circumstances I now faced.
Through the help of mentors, teachers and clients, I learned how to use the power of our brains to help change our lives.
I learned about advances in neuroscience that show how to apply the way our brain works to make change happen more easily.
I learned how to bust stress, how to change growing pains, how to design and achieve goals that use our brain to give oomph to the results.
Who better to start with than me?
I have changed and am continuing to change, and want to share what I've learned with you.
I speak to large audiences and work with select individuals to teach them what I know.
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Christine Kelly has studied brain-based techniques that inspire change for almost a decade. She was also a Director of Business Transformation and Senior Consultant for large Financial Services and Healthcare facilities. During that time she noticed that, sometimes, people would do what was required to easily and effortlessly achieve meaningful change in their lives while others did not.
Then, a simple fall led to a dramatic life change for Christine. “Traveling for my work as a consultant I had intense, unending pain, reactions to medications, and a long list of treatments,” Christine said. “I went from a strong, independent woman who could do anything I set my mind to, welcoming challenges, and seeking changes, to someone who was simply trying to exist day to day.”
Christine realized that she would have to change the image of herself if she wanted to have happiness in her life. “I had to look at the picture of me that I had in my head and find a new one that reflected who I was now and what my capabilities were now,” she explained. She also had to find ways to add joy and happiness through the change. Realizing that helping others was a huge source of joy; Christine worked to find a way to help as many people as she could. Speaking has provided her this opportunity.