Kimberly was the Director of Operations in Handel Group’s corporate division for five years. She has been deeply immersed in The Handel Method and in this time she has used the methodology to transform her life. She was fresh out of a divorce and was able to turn the damaged relationship with her ex-husband into one of friendship, family, and mutual respect. She is the mother of two teenagers that are both positively impacted by her commitment to open communication and vulnerability. She also changed her relationship with money from abusive to abundant. In her previous career she was an organic farmer, planted vineyards and started a winery. She learned a lot about business ownership and following through on actions to make a dream come true. Kimberly lives in Northern California, is a certified yoga instructor, and spends her free time adventuring in nature with friends and family, lifting heavy things in the gym and putting them down again, and gardening.
Believe it or not, boundaries invite abundance more than living a life without them. It sounds like an oxymoron, but Kimberly Cabot proves to us, from her experiences, just how much a boundary can enhance the lives of all people included. Kimberly Cabot is an Executive Life Coach at Handel Group who openly shares the […]
Campowerment Circle: Dating These Days Single during quarantine? It definitely has its perks, but if this pandemic has served to remind many you that you don’t want to fly solo anymore, and your time has come to find yourself an amazing partner, then this Circle is for you. Dating during Coronavirus is no joke. But many people are finding ways […]
This Circle is not about fitting in because fitting in is not belonging (it’s what we did in high school). Now to truly belong with people you have to be willing to stand alone — with who you are. Then the people who gravitate to you are your people. You can trust it. In this 1-hour conversation with […]
Let’s face it: when things are out of your control, your state of vulnerability rises. In this Circle, we’ll open up the dialogue to discuss how and why you’re feeling so damn sensitive to all the unknowns that lie ahead, and work through ways to help you embrace those feelings, rather than run from them. […]