Positive Productivity doesn’t mean perfection, but it doesn’t need to be painful, either…
Kim may not be able to cook without burning a meal, but her recipe for a powerful presentation provides a 5-star experience. Kim’s walks on stage with one purpose: Save someone’s life.
Every day, humans are bombarded by experiences intended to detour us off our intended path and drive us down another. Whether they be nit-picky arguments, promotional emails in our inbox, clients trying to scope creep, etc., it is necessary that we stay focused, with a positive mindset, and work on our purposeful action plan.
Kim empowers her audience with the systems and strategies necessary to become more positive, productive versions of themselves. Through her stories of resilience and growth, Kim can provide insight on topics varying from escaping an abusive marriage, and severe financial hardship, to conquering Chronic Idea Disorder as an entrepreneur, the components of a heartfelt marketing funnel and more.
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Positive Productivity isn’t about perfection.
As a mom of five and owner of two businesses, Kim has learned to manipulate her working hours to maximize efficiency and decrease stress and anxiety. In this chat, Kim combines comedic, real-life stories with practical tips anyone can implement.
Chronic Idea Disorder
3 Principles for Preventing Entrepreneurial Idea Overwhelm
Business owners world-wide struggle with the double-edged sword Kim has coined, Chronic Idea Disorder. Kim shares the strategies she has developed, so audience members can control – and monetize – their own creative chaos.
Be the Bonsai
7 Techniques for Running Your Life so it Doesn’t Run You
It’s easy to fall into the “Yes” trap. In an effort to please everyone, we say “Yes” to everybody… except ourselves. Through personal stories and real-world facts, Kim inspires audiences to start saying “NO!” to others and “YES!” to themselves.
Remember How to Breathe and Live Again
In July 2016, Kim was ready to end her life following a serious bout of anxiety and depression. Kim shares how she got to this, lowest-of-low point in her life, and how she came out stronger on the other side.