THRIVEtoday is an international training organization made up of people who are passionate about sharing relational tools for healthy, joy-oriented relationships. With more than 20 years of experience providing training around the 19 relational skills, we are confident that this interactive training transforms lives.
When properly trained, the brain is a beautiful expression of connection. A healthy brain effects our relationships, improves our lives, furthers our growth, and creates joyful communities that change the world.
When we all have struggles in how we show up in relationships for ourselves and others.
As humans, we are relational beings from the start. From birth, we are in the world learning different patterns and behaviors to help up show up and find relational connections while staying safe. Because of how we grow up and learn to stay in the relationship, we have gaps in what we know how to do relationally. Personal development and growth is a journey to find health and wholeness in our internal world and allowing that to be reflected in our external world.
As we invest in ourselves we can spread our own wholeness to other people in our lives to create whole safe communities. Our brains and nervous are designed to allow this pattern of internal change to spread outward as part of our nature. This is why the 19 relational brain skills work. We strengthen the ones we have and then learn the ones we lack from the others around us.
Our purpose is to spread hope that comes from relational transformation. The 19 relational skills are practical attributes that we all need to have a healthy brain. We all know humanity is not perfect, so our brains aren’t either. We provide training and education to strengthen these skills and help people acquire new skills. This can be done on your own or in community.
Through stories of transformation, we show people what life can look like when the skills are used well. We help people understand this is a process of lifelong learning and growing in joy for a lifetime. We help families, communities and individuals strengthen existing skills so they become habits and give people opportunities to acquire skills they’ve never had.