We are taking it to a different level on this week’s podcast, a Neuroscience level. Do you know what your brain’s default pattern is? What type of story you are telling yourself, telling the world? You've heard me talk about my career coach before and in this episode I get to interview her about the brain, how it works, how to break patterns that are no longer serving you, how to change your mindset and establish new patterns. Get unstuck, break the cycle of certain relationships, change your habits...take a listen!
More About Venus:
Venus Rekow is the Founder of Neural Shifts, a consulting firm specialized in helping leaders drive culture change through a Diversity & Inclusion lens using behavioral science. She works with teams and executives creating strategies, implementing programs, and providing coaching to support their learning. Her clients include fortune 500 organizations and non-profits. As a speaker, she delivered a well-received TEDx talk on “The Power of inclusion.” Venus recently completed a certification in Behavioral Economics at Harvard University & is a certified executive coach. She earned a Master’s degree from Seattle University in Organizational Development, a B.S. in psychology from Boise State University, and completed Masters level coursework on Neuroscience. She loves reading and learning from her kids & husband.
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