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About The Gardner Institute 

Gardner Institute founder, Dr. Jayne Gardner, has formulated an unprecedented and unique life coaching process supported by the latest scientific breakthroughs in neuroscience. This process, known as "Mindset", is engineered to rewire an individual's limiting neurological pathways, allowing them to build new ones. Our conditioned neural pathways can suffocate our true potential. The Mindset process teaches individuals how to rewire their brain through a patented series of self-dialogues and imprints the subconscious with new, positive neurological pathways.

The Gardner Institute is an International Coach Federation (ICF) Accredited life coaching school. We specialize in helping clients improve their lives and improve the lives of others through our life coaching books, life coaching workshops, our Core Coach training classes, and our proprietary Advanced Mindset Coach Training program. 

Divine Intelligence Book | Core Coach Training | Mindset Synergy Group | Mindset Spiritual Training

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Try Out the Life Balance Wheel

January 20, 2016

The Balance Wheel can help you identify gaps between where you are currently and where you’d like to be. The outside of the circle represents maximal success/satisfaction in each area.

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Want to increase your child's self-esteem?

January 04, 2016

  Holding a Space   “My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.” ― Jim Valvano Many clients want to know how to increase self-esteem and success in their children.  My solution to this request is to teach then a concept called “Holding a Space.”  Holding a Space is based on my belief in the strength of the emotional current that exists between a parent and child –a force of the heart with impressive power.  Psychologists refer to this phenomenon as the “Pygmalion Effect.”  As you remember, Pygmalion was the Greek character that believed so strongly in the beauty of a statue he had carved that the statue came to life.  In other...

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