A transparent object that is typically triangular in form with refracting surfaces at an acute angle with each other and that separates white light into a spectrum of colors.

Most people spend a tremendous amount of time trying to figure out others while spending very little time exploring self. The key to developing transcendent relationships and having clarity on “what you want” is understanding who you are and what has meaning. The PRISM program introduces program participants to who they really are and what they really want. Program facilitators Ginny Pippin, Sara Harvey, Phil Olsen and Karen Lynch serve as your guides for this immersive experience focused on you and your wellbeing.


Orchestrated by Ginny Pippin and Sara Harvey, their masterful command in choreographing an effortless conversation that’s focused on where you are at present and what you hope to achieve are central themes. During this stage, participants take inventory of what’s led to this moment in time, begin to prepare for the deeper dive into self. An anticipation begins to develop for what awaits…


The Discovery process is a three-part sequence.  Phil Olsen serves as your launch pad in supporting the ProScan survey step. A 10-minute assessment start to finish, the results produced will surpass expectations held going into PRISM with Phil’s facilitated review representing the “secret sauce”. Post-ProScan, Karen Lynch supports the Values Assessment and Energy Leadership Index steps which further accelerates you through the self-discovery continuum at a pace beyond what was known to be possible prior to PRISM.


With the conclusion of the PRISM program process, participants reconnect with Ginny or Sara to acknowledge what’s been learned, how the learning can be applied moving forward in a manner that has meaning and newfound relevance. Through securing clarity, a confidence emerges proceeding in a manner consistent with “who you are” and “what you represent” is the result!



Grow or develop well or vigorously.
prosper; flourish.
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