Christine’s Corner

Christine's Corner

Christine's Corner

Christine is a consultant, coach and collaborator.  After working in the Learning and Development/Change Management space for most of her 20+ year career she realized the power and importance of Ahh-Ha Moments. She also recognized those moments are often not fully leveraged because they aren’t nurtured into course altering actions.

Her vision is a tool to nudge people towards the insights that are just out of reach; connecting their deeper thoughts and truest selves to make big leaps forward.  A place that life-long learners, like herself, could go to and tuck away their notes, thoughts and big insights for easy, accessible safe keeping.

Cue Maple. 

While bringing Maple to life she became its first Proof of Concept, finding a life path that combines her passion for personal growth with technology that helps enable it. As Maple takes root and grows Chris hopes to connect with people, further encouraging and enabling them as they move ahead.  Onward!

Articles from Christine

Blogs by Christine:

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Growing In a New Direction

I’m a big believer in personal growth and embracing life’s journey, but I wasn’t always.  In fact, I thought it was kind of nonsensical because

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I’m Tired of Roadblocks

Last week I reached out to my tribe (aka the Alliance) and said “Ladies I need some love and support. Who has time for coffee?”

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What Did I Get Myself Into?

Let me ask you, have you ever committed to doing something because it either made sense or sounded good in the moment and then, when

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Thinking Taught Me Some Stuff

My #ThinkingEveryDayInMay experiment has ended. Obviously, I’ll keep thinking, hopefully less often at 2 a.m., but now that I’m changing my thinking habits, I’ve got

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Too Tired to Think

Did you ever find yourself at your desk, or in the store, or trying to figure out dinner and suddenly realize you are just too

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The Right Kind of Thinking

One of the questions I get when I encourage deep thought is “Isn’t overthinking something bad?” My response is “It could be, but thinking deeply

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