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Genius Bootcamp

In 2008, I was introduced to a book called The Jackrabbit Factor by Leslie Householder.  I made some attempts to apply the principles she taught in the book, but wanted deeper understanding.  In 2011, I had the amazing opportunity to attend Genius Bootcamp, her new (at the time) workshop, and then and there I knew that I wanted to teach it. 

It's been a long time coming, but I finally am teaching Genius Bootcamp events!  This event is so powerful, and has really meant so much in my life.  I'm excited and humbled every time I get the opportunity to teach it.  It really is such a personal experience for each individual that I find it a little hard to explain.  But in an effort to effectively describe what I do and how it benefits the participants, I made a video to explain it. 

(When I went to upload the video, I found that I had already created one!  I made it five years ago, just after completing my GBC Facilitator certification.) I also found a video of me, taken by Leslie Householder, describing my experience attending Genius Boot Camp.  So, here they all are.  Which do you like best?



My Genius Boot Camp experience.




New GBC Facilitator, excited and ready to go! (Leslie's mentoring program now goes by a different name.  I'm an official Mindset Mastery Mentor).




What is Genius Boot Camp?

Are you excited for Genius Boot Camp yet?  I have to admit, my fave video is the second one, because the enthusiasm is really there (not to mention my makeup and hair look great.  I mean, let's focus on what's important, right? Ha ha!) But regardless of which video speaks to you, the message is the same--Genius Boot Camp is life-changing!  Come solve problems with me!

Register for Genius Boot Camp by clicking on the link below.  See you there!




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