Cassie Crow

Trainer


My mission in life is to awaken all of myself while creating experiences of meaning where I feel fully alive and completely unstoppable. I enjoy making life fun and easy and sharing that creation with others.

Facts About Me:

My favorite show is Jeopardy- I have an unbelievable capacity for trivia

  • I live in both Northern and Southern California
  • I am a killer Karaoke performer
  • I have an MBA with a concentration in International Business
  • My relationship with my husband is my greatest accomplishment
  • There is nothing in this world that brings me more joy than to partner with someone as they become their highest vision of themselves

Where you’ll find me:

If I am not on stage at a Karaoke lounge or on a hike with friends I am delivering presentations, training to be a trainer and supporting weekend workshops.



Oct 18, 2017

Your Very Own Taj Mahal

Every dream begins with a willingness and longing to disrupt the way it is now. It is typical that when tragedy strikes our emotions flare and we are motivated to take action to alleviate the pain and upset we see around us. This is a marvel of the empathetic human organism and we believe...

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Oct 1, 2017

A Dark Night of The Soul

  It’s been a season of extraordinary disasters. Hurricanes paired with massive earthquakes and wildfires have left a wake of death, destruction, and an unforeseeable future while racial and political divisions threaten our sense of safety. Many people are also going through personal catastrophes … job loss, death, another relationship failure. Between what’s on...

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Aug 18, 2016

The Enemy of Great

The Importance of Challenge   Did you know that good is the enemy of great? At least that is what James Collins wrote in his book Good to Great. He believes that we settle for good in our life, in our relationships and in our businesses. Good distracts us from what we are really capable of...

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Jul 29, 2016

Creating a New Norm

The Effect of Emotional Intelligence on the Bottom Line       Do you cry at work? What do you think would happen if you shed a tear in your office? I’m not suggesting that you cry out of self-pity or complaint. I am suggesting you express how much something means to you. Share...

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Jun 4, 2016

One Step at a Time

When I was around ten years old, I went to the mountains with my YMCA group. There had been a heavy snow and we could not drive all the way to our cabins. We had to park off the highway and load our bags onto the inner tubes and sleds we had brought. As...

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Insights
Oct 18, 2017

Your Very Own Taj Mahal

Every dream begins with a willingness and longing to disrupt the way it is now. It is typical that when tragedy strikes our emotions flare and we are motivated to take action to alleviate the pain and upset we see around us. This is a marvel of the empathetic human organism and we believe...

Read More
Oct 1, 2017

A Dark Night of The Soul

  It’s been a season of extraordinary disasters. Hurricanes paired with massive earthquakes and wildfires have left a wake of death, destruction, and an unforeseeable future while racial and political divisions threaten our sense of safety. Many people are also going through personal catastrophes … job loss, death, another relationship failure. Between what’s on...

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Sep 18, 2017

Beyond The (Self-Created) B.S.

Sooo… how was Beyond Reasons? I loved it! Well… I loved-hated it. I took it as part of an onboarding process for becoming an employee for Productive Learning, and I have to tell you there were moments when I thought they were hazing the “new girl”, but by the end of the workshop I got it.

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Jul 7, 2017

Sweet Genes Are Made of This

Imagine if your DNA was so malleable that a mere cup of tea, daily meditation, or your never-ending traffic-heavy commute could change it. A study published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics showed that tea consumption in women leads to chemical changes in genes that are known to interact with cancer and estrogen metabolism. Another...

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