About Jackie Insinger
Jackie has an exceptional track record of sparking brilliant leaders and turning soft skills into hard results. Combining relatability and humor with her data-driven, results-focused approach, Jackie will captivate any audience and inspire immediate action.
For two decades she has focused on her life mission of developing Spark Brilliance, a revolutionary approach to leadership and team dynamics that will transform your team’s performance, results, and fulfillment.
She leverages the latest research in neuroscience and positive psychology to design simple, actionable strategies that individuals can use right away to spark their team’s brilliance.
With degrees from Duke and Harvard, and a certification in Neuroscience for Business from MIT, Jackie’s ideas have been a game-changer for thousands of people and businesses worldwide. She has coached leaders from companies such as Nestle, Microsoft, San Francisco 49ers, and Etsy. Her new book, Spark Brilliance, hit #1 on eight national bestseller lists and was featured in Forbes, Inc., CEO World, and Fast Company. Entrepreneur Magazine named it as one of the Top 8 Leadership Books for Entrepreneurs.
However, these accomplishments pale in comparison to her greatest life’s achievement….
Growing up in Miami, Jackie won the breakdance championship for her 4th grade breakdance team.
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We believe happiness is on the other side of success .... "I will be happy when I achieve _____" and the opposite is true. Happiness creates success. So, let's be happy first! The happier we are the more successful we will be.
Also, the number one predictor of a long and happy life is the quality of our relationships. Proven by over 80+ years of research.
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