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Episode 78 – Lynn’s Inspiration To Take Hospitals To The Next Level

Are you inspired to become a better leader? In podcast episode 78, I discuss the journey and inspiration to taking hospitals to the next level, with the hopes that I can help you become a better leader and create winning teams. If you’re interested in The ProMind Experience, consider having a chat with us via email [email protected]

Episode 78 – Lynn’s Inspiration To Take Hospitals To The Next Level

Are you inspired to become a better leader?

From my early years as a synchro swimmer and coach, and eventually becoming an RN,  to later-on my inspiration to study coaching in Tony Robbins’ program after completing my Masters Degree in The Education of Social Justice. I share all the details behind the creation of The ProMind Experience – and how this will truly become the next generation wellness and retention strategy that all hospitals will come to know in 2024 (and beyond).

Not all details are in the show notes because I want you to sit back and listen, or drive and listen. I hope you’re inspired by my drive to help you become a better healthcare leader, executive or health practitioner. Enjoy.

The Inspiration To Become A Coach

There are times in our lives when we work tirelessly to reach goals, but then find ourselves not as far along as we’d like to be. We can even doubt or question if we’re on the right path and what to do next.  It’s common to want to get to our goals faster, and sometimes we focus tirelessly and let nothing stand in the way of that goal. At other times, we don’t know what we’re doing wrong and  keep bumping up against the same blocks. If you’ve ever experienced this as an athlete, you would simply ask your coach to direct you so you get better clarity and focus. I recall being only 11 years old, as a synchronized swimmer and said to my coach “I can’t”…and she told me right away “never say you can’t”. And that was probably the life-changing moment that started this journey. I’d then I learned to ask my coach where I was going wrong, instead of telling myself I couldn’t do something, and she’d gladly redirect me to find a better way. I know all too well the struggles that we all face day-to-day to succeed at something important.

The Seed To Becoming A Coach-Consultant

As I said, these performance enhancing strategies that I adapted in Satori’s 5 Step System for peak performance helped me, and eventually others, find greater balance and be more effective during long and strenuous work days. But I was already a nurse, before studying coaching, but because of my accident, I dropped into the non-practicing RN class. I wasn’t quite ready to go back into frontline work, and taking-on employment. My life had to slow down for quite a few years after recovering from the accident and as a result of that accident, I learned to make better choices that would support my growth. The workplace health model didn’t support the expanded version of me that I’d become. Pay attention here…because this was a very important fork in the road for me – to taking an organization approach to health and wellbeing. 

From One-on-One Coaching To Course Creator

As you can see, my journey into coaching evolved organically. Looking back at some of the challenges I was having as a nurse, I could see how a self-paced coaching/personal development/mindfulness/stress-management program could have been so helpful, and useful back then. I worked so much as a nurse. I was non-stop! I learned to meditate when I graduated from my BScN in 1999, and each day I’d get in 2 twenty-minute meditations. That’s a huge reset. So my point here is I worked a lot and I didn’t like going slowly, and that’s likely why my car accident happened. The truth is, I was going too fast. Metaphorically speaking, I did not want to put the breaks on. I was seeing the same problems happening over and over with some of the clients I had in my one-on-one practice. They’d get overzealous and book appointments they often couldn’t keep.

From Course Creator to Consultant to CEO

The Pro-Mind Experience is a system that would train you to be a peak performer, and helps you to see beyond your blindspots and discover your needs in a deeper way to help you become a better leader. The ProMind Experience really guides personal discovery, in a step-by-step experiential way…over 7 weeks. When you do the program, as a hospital, you’re giving your staff the opportunity I wish I had when I was a nurse, to explore my personal and professional objectives and develop actionable strategies to accomplish my deepest desires. I think this is what will take hospital retention programs to the next level making hospitals the best they can be.

I’m on a journey that’s true and authentic to me – who I want to be, how I want to serve, and for the people I wish to serve. I’m on a mission to create a community of #mindfulclinicians, where I hold the space for them to be real and authentic. Inside of this experiential program, your workplace learns the tools and strategies to build a life of peace, joy and happiness. You think those are cliché words? So do I. But they’re important, and they’re real, to living a life of health and longevity while bridging the gap between your personal and professional life is important!

I want to help you reach your organizational goals and grow. There’s always a gap between where you are and where you want to be. If you’re interested in building better habits, and shifting your mindset, head over to our website and explore all our opportunities at

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