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Cinse Bonino

author

creative consultant

awareness facilitator

educator

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WHO is Cinse?

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Why work with Cinse?"
I would not be the person I am today – someone I very much like and am proud to be – were it not for Cinse's very unique brand of guidance and counsel. You absolutely will not meet someone
as simultaneously intuitive and knowledgeable about the human experience. She will change your life in profound ways and put you on the path to becoming your best self. Period."

WHAT does Cinse do?

Cinse helps individuals and groups to: 

see more – by guiding them to become conscious of the language, actions, and expectations that are contributing to their current circumstances.

choose intentionally – by guiding them to identify what they want to understand, support, design, or solve in their situation.

do what fits – by supporting them to make decisions that match their intentions.

Cinse is a former professor with a background in education, creativity, and the psychology of human learning. She is addicted to capturing the human experience in words. Cinse has designed and taught Creativity, Communication, and Writing courses at the college level; presented on the interplay of cognition, neurons, and Creativity at the Marconi Institute’s Creativity Conference in Bologna, Italy; written a book on Creativity, with a preface by Martin Cooper – inventor of the cell phone; attended the Harvard Mind, Brain, and Education Institute; written books and conducted workshops and individual awareness sessions on fear and relationships; and has worked as a creative and educational consultant. Cinse grew up under the combined influence of a mechanical engineer father and an artist/designer mother.

Cinse writes poetry nonstop. Poems land on her head when she wakes up in the morning. Cinse has a deep and abiding love of authenticity and though she highly respects physicists, she believes linguists might just save this world.

 
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