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move in your world

thrive in your mind

Part of your brain can see how.

You see, we each have TWO minds for pathfinding.

One specializes in clarity and vital pathways.
It thrives in uncharted waters.


And with brainsavvy tools, so can you.

integrative success

When you're creating and integrating a new vision, things can feel a little (or a lot) overwhelming.

Believe it or not, you have access to pathways you haven't imagined yet. Whether you're looking for more clarity and readiness—or more effective mental and emotional resources—the key is getting you access to the right tools at the right times. 


Our clients use our whole-brain coaching and tools to create pathways that are successful and satisfying. And good news: you don't have to be a brainthusiast to use them.  Our framework has been helping clients of all kinds find breakthrough pathways for more than two decades—from individual creators to global thought leaders in education, healthcare, technology, and economic policy.

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from the founder

We each have a vision for our lives and work. It's our birthright to move with hope and agency—and if we can access both, our minds can thrive, even in the face of pressure and uncertainty.

As a professional pathfinder and two-time survivor of brain injury, I know first-hand how challenging this can seem—and how much our brains can help when we know how to partner with them. The more brainsavvy our tools, the greater our scope of mind—and our possibilities. That's why I've spent two decades curating a toolset.


The tools I offer pathfinders are the same tools I use in my work as a strategist and coach, and in my life as a brain injury survivor. They systematically cultivate the clarity, direction, inspiration, and confidence that pathfinders need to move in the world and thrive in our minds. And when we use them consistently, we neuroplastically rewire our brains."

Cherie Dikelsky, ACC, ECPC is a success coach and trusted pathfinding partner to creators, transformers and thought leaders whose visions thrive on scope of mind.

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Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Our chief want in life is somebody who will make us do what we can.”

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