We are all just walking each other home.

                                                                                            Ram Dass

The core that drives Bear In Mind

Dr. Brene Brown

Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change
Innovation is the field of not knowing. Bear In Mind puts Brown’s theory into practice with our innovation programs. In a piercing, witty TED-talk she shares deep insights around themes including vulnerability, mood, authenticity, and shame, showing how these are the places from where creativity and innovation can flourish.

Tan Chade-Meng

Search Inside Yourself Google’s Search into yourself method fits seamlessly with the philosophy of Bear In Mind. Google’s message is simple: “when you’re happy with yourself, you’re much more productive at your work”. In a busy, hectic, and stressful environment that can be quite a challenge.

Alan Seale

Transformational Leadership Presence Coaching
This program offers us the opportunity to truly transform. Aimed towards recognizing potential and opportunities when they occur, this program creates breakthroughs and changes by enabling participants to think and thus also act for themselves.

Byron Katie

The Work
This “stress reduction inquiry method” both brings us back to and helps us accept reality. Reality itself doesn’t cause any stress, but rather what does bring stress are the thoughts that people have about their lives and reality. With four simple questions this program brings you surprising insights, providing you with more energy and greater productivity.

Neale Walsh

The True Destination
Neale Walsh’s methodology has changed many lives. On the basis of his methods, Bear In Mind has developed a program to help you find your true destination. This program overlooks “thinking”, allowing fundamental changes to happen.

Kenneth Blanchard
“The Hoffman Process is
Life-changing!”

Charlotte Wout personally followed the Hoffman process
The Hoffman Process (founded by Bob Hoffman in 1967) was originally called the Fischer-Hoffman Psychic Therapy Process: an intensive, eight-day course in the UK, which promotes fundamental personal discovery and development.

Gangaji, student of Papaji (India)

Charlotte Wout is a frequent participant at “A conversation with Gangaji
Gangaji offers a five-day gathering, wherein she delivers a simple message: shift your mind’s activities to give attention to the present. She clearly conveys messages about themes such as synchronicity and manifestation (i.e. innovation), and how they work.

Kamlesh D Patel

“Charlotte practices heartfulness meditation on a regularly base”
By tuning in to our heart, we learn to be centered in our self. Strengthen that connection and cultivate an inner knowing that wisely directs and guides our lives. Grow to face the challenges of life with courage and acceptance. Live by the heart, and become what we’re meant to be.

NLP, FranklinConvey, MBTI, Helping Clients succeed and program “Joy at work”
among other specialisations haven’t been named and explained here, but can form part of your program, depending on your goal and theme.

Managers light a fire under people. Leaders light a fire in people.

                                                                                                                                                                           Kathy Austin

The ideas behind the Bear
  • The symbol for calmness and strength
    In the animal kingdom the bear is the sign for strength, energy, calmness, and effectiveness. Calmness leads to better decisions and sharper focus.
  • A call for “a shift in leadership”
    The polar bear is threatened with extinction by human activities, especially global warming, which is causing the drift ice to steadily increase. There is clearly a need for a shift in leadership, whereby economic growth can become more aligned with sustainability.
  • The symbol of conservation
    Literally, by being the teddybear from your youth. Figuratively, by being a symbol for “compassion, connection, and courage (courage/core=heart)”. These are all necessary qualities for reaching breakthroughs.
  • Bear in mind
    Literally: keep in mind. Because you should constantly stay conscious of how you can reach the maximum benefits from being in the here and now, whatever that may throw at you.

Bear In Mind’s leadership innovation program guides leaders through the process of becoming mindfully conscious, so that they can increase their impact on People, Profit, Planet, from their current positions.

 

Bear – Synonym
Carry: to give birth to, to produce, to yield, to stand;
Tolerate: to afford, to put up with, to carry out, to suffer;
Take: sustain, wear, cope, to abide, to endure, to carry away;