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Heartmanity believes in your innate ability to transform your life. Our courses will teach you instant change techniques as well as go deep into a total life transformation.

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Transform your relationship to yourself, to others, and to the world. Integrate key skills to be true to yourself while loving and respecting others.

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Harness and direct the power of emotion to create success and well being in all areas of your life.

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Sample Jennifer’s teaching with one of Heartmanity’s most popular training subjects… Your Emotions!

Jennifer’s sought-after training, “How to Use Your Emotions to Make Life-Transforming Change” is now available for FREE online. This webinar will teach you how to shift your emotions and use them to make life-changing decisions. Interested? Get started today!

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Meet the Founder

Hi! I’m Jennifer Williams. For over thirty years, I’ve had the honor of being a friend, mentor, and confidante to hundreds of couples, parents, families, entrepreneurs, and business owners. My driving passion is to help people create thriving relationships.

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Heartmanity is the place to get the support and vital skills needed to create a healthy and thriving life with relationships that enrich and uplift you! Whether you want inner transformation or to make powerful shifts in your family and marriage, we can help. Or if you’re looking to cultivate a resilient and flourishing culture at work or succeed as an entrepreneur, Heartmanity provides groundbreaking skills and programs based on brain science and 30 years of experience.

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A compass to authentic leadership

 

“Great things in business are never done by one person.”

In 2003—the year Apple launched the iTunes music store—Steve Jobs went on 60 Minutes and explained his view of leadership.

Again and again throughout the history of effective leaders, a similar sentiment is echoed: to be an authentic leader is not to lead the most people, wield the most power, or even achieve the most outcomes. To be an authentic leader lies deeper than those surface measures, in character and emotional intelligence.

Social media and technology create an illusion of connection but are destroying interconnectivity

Day by day, we have more and more ability through technology to stay connected, even globally. But day by day, many of us feel more and more alone. It’s counterintuitive—but the statistics don’t lie. Divorce rates are high and depression is rampant. Among teens, the more screen time they report, the higher their rate of depression. Suicide rates in all age groups are up. Every 12 minutes, someone in the US commits suicide. 

These are not the marks of a genuinely interconnected society. But, we say, we’re so connected! Or are we? Let’s take a closer look at what’s really going on in our society—and especially at how our children and teens are affected.

Love Has No Labels

Maybe you’ve seen the images? A white square superimposed over a picture of your friend, mom or coworker, an NFL quarterback, celebrity or news anchor. Inside the box, this phrase: “love has no labels.”

This campaign—though “campaign” can’t really capture its essence—is spreading, and fast.

The motto is simple, as the most powerful revolutionary thoughts tend to be: “Before anything else, we are human.”

Personally, I cannot help but think of the opening to Pride & Prejudice, “It is a truth universally acknowledged that…” It seems painfully simple to say that we are human. Obviously, we humans are human. But as Austen goes on to muse about a man wanting a wife, Love Has No Labels turns a microscope on our assumptions.

If we are all human, why don’t we act like it?

Before saying I DO, figure out your values as a couple

Right after the proposal, everyone wants to see the ring, know the date, ask about the venue. As a newlywed couple, it’s easy to feel like you’re suddenly sliding down a steep slope to “I Do” without a moment to pause.

Swept up by the excitement, Emotional Intelligence tends to get pushed aside. (Related: What is Emotional Intelligence?)

You know when you’ve been staring at a screen too long and you suddenly wake up to your surroundings? Your eyes re-adjust. You realize you’re down some dark rabbit hole of Google or Instagram or whatever. You know that you’ve gone past the point of productivity or meaning and into the realm of mind-numbing endless scrolling. Wedding planning is like that.

Group of office workers meeting to discuss their ideas

Leadership requires much more than business smarts. Poor decision-making, breakdowns in communication, knee-jerk reactions to employees, taking credit for another's work or a lack of engagement are a few examples that can be problematic. These behaviors can act as a disease in business and undo even the most prominent companies. What is becoming more and more corroborated is that a leader's success depends not on a business degree but much more heavily on their ability to get along with people, to lead and inspire people. 

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