Welcome to FlourishWant to change a habit?
You've come to the right place.
This is where women flourish.
We launched Flourish in January with a rejuvenating blend of reflection, action, and sweat – yes, sweat! This is a whole-body experience. Here is what you can expect:
Settling In: We’ll start by identifying what you are proud of and what gives you a deep sense of satisfaction.
Looking Back: You’ll review the last three months through a focused lens. I’ll help you identify what to keep, what to discard, and what to put on the back burner.
Looking Ahead: Now you’re ready to tackle the next three months. We’ll get very specific about action steps and how you will spend your time and energy.
Bring your sneakers. Now is the time we get up and move. Nothing too jarring and I can help you modify any move to ensure a safe and enjoyable sweat-and-inspiration session. You’ll end on your yoga mat with a delicious stretching and breathing section.
Conclusion: We’ll revisit your intentions and make commitments to each other.
The Keys to Success
Realizing your definition of success requires a clear vision and the ability to articulate what success looks like. This program helps you move from ambiguous to amazing.
Thanks to the work of Carol Dweck, we know that humans toggle between a fixed mindset (I have to be perfect or I’m a failure) and growth mindset (I’m willing to try and if I fail I am learning). This program retrains your mind to live in growth mindset more often.
That’s because the human brain functions best when it can predict what’s going to happen. The question is, how much of that 40% comprises bad or unhealthy habits? We’ll unpack that question and get you re-energized to adopt success habits.
Barbara launched her own company in 2005 in order to combine her three favorite jobs: workplace learning, leadership communication, and career design.
Over the last ten years, she has added neuroscience and women’s advancement to her repertoire. Her success includes engagements with JP Morgan Chase, DuPont, Discover Card, Cigna, Coca Cola, and others.
Barbara’s favorite slogan is, “No one can do push-ups for you, but it helps to have an accountability partner to stay motivated.”
She is the author of Commit to Confidence: 30 Strategies to Help Women Step Up and Stand Out.
Barbara earned an M.S. in Psychology from Northeastern University while simultaneously gaining membership into Red Sox Nation.
While not as impressive as Bruce Wayne’s alter ego, Barbara lives a secret life as a fitness instructor. Barbara loves chocolate, learning, animals, aha! moments, dancing, and all things botanical.