Ready to Shift Your Most Important Relationships in Three Months?


You're smart

You know how to fix things. 

You can juggle multiple requests at work and get it all done, while caring for the kids at home and paying your bills on time. 

You know that self care is important and you try to find time for it, but it always seems to be the last thing on your list of to do’s. And, well,  you’ve got a long list of to do’s. 

Each day feels full, little time to breathe, dream, connect. 

Even the weekends are packed. 

When there is any down time you fill it with trying to improve things within your relationships at home, work, and with your family and friends. 

You want life to be good, to feel good, to enjoy it, but some interaction doesn’t go the way you want it to go and everything gets turned upside down.

You know that your relationships are at the center of life, and, yet, you aren’t sure how to navigate them. You’ve done a lot of self development work, but when it comes to translating it into your day-to-day you run from confrontation, take things personally, get passive aggressive or lash out easily, you’re nervous to ask for what you need, and aren’t honest with yourself or others. 

At night you lay in bed wondering why can’t I fix this? I know what I’m “supposed” to be doing, so why is there so much tension between me and my partner? Why does everything I say set them off? Why can’t I get my team to listen to me at work? Why aren’t my kids treating me with respect? What am I doing wrong? 

You know that something has to change and you want it to, you just don’t know how. 

I’ve been there too. 


Hi, I'm Cynthia

And I've been exactly where you are.

Wanting things to be different within my relationships. Wondering why I couldn’t just be happy like the other couples I would see or why moving forward in my career didn’t seem easy like it did for others. I felt like something was wrong with me. Like I had missed school on the day where they taught these lessons and behaviors. 

Well, what I learned the hard way was that what we’re craving here isn’t something that was taught in school. 

Whether you know it or not, what you’re craving is a new way of interacting with the world. Which means a new way of interacting with others and yourself.

They don’t teach this in school - how to interact. 

  • How to be in an uncomfortable situation and navigate the emotion rising in the body instead of giving over to it. 

  • How to have difficult conversations where each person feels heard, seen, and valued. 

  • How to be honest and compassionate at the same time. 

  • How to ask for what you want and need in a way that others can hear you. 

  • How to create more connection instead of disconnection.

None of these things are taught. 

Which means that all of the way we interact right now has been passed down to us through the generations, from teachers, peers, family members, media, you name it - we’ve inherited it. 


The Good News

Learning to interact in a way that brings about ease in relationships is a learned behavior - so it’s not a matter of if it’s possible to change, but a question to you of when. 

When is it going to be the right time for you to prioritize how you interact in the world?

Think about it for a minute. 

  • If you yell at someone on the street, they’ll likely yell back at you, and then you’re day feels bad. 
  • If you get passive aggressive with your partner because they said something you didn’t like, you spend the rest of the night upset and stewing without the issue ever getting resolved. 
  • If you lash out at your kids because they spill water on the floor, you feel bad and have to apologize for your behavior. 
  • If you shut down during a difficult conversation at work then afterwards you might feel like nobody understands you and angry at yourself for not saying what you wanted to say. 

All of the above cause suffering. 

Though if you changed the way you interacted

  • And the person yells at you on the street and instead you see that they’re in a difficult state and that’s theirs and not yours, you can extend compassion and see if they’re alright or maybe need some help. 
  • You can tell your partner that what they said bothered you and solve the problem so you don’t feel this way again in an interaction with them. 
  • You let your kids know that mistakes happen and it’s okay - making the situation easier for everyone involved. 
  • You work through the fear and express yourself during the difficult conversation and you’re met with support and change to help get your needs met. 

No more suffering. 


Our Life is One Continuous Interaction

And the beauty is that you get the power to choose how you show up every minute of your day. 

Does it take work to understand how to choose differently? To be intentional instead of impulsive. To be fearless instead of fearful. To be calm instead of chaotic. Yes. 

It takes learning what they didn’t teach you in school - a way of communicating and then it takes practicing this new way of communicating in your day-to-day life so that it becomes your default, you embody it. 

No more wondering why one course on listening didn’t stick. 

This is a daily practice. 

And just like with any daily practice, it gets easier the more you do it. 

If you’re ready to change your interactions with your partner, with your kids, at work, with strangers, then keep reading. 

 What is the Kane Intentional Communication Training Program 

It is a 15 week training where by the end of it you’ll be more present, kind, honest, and helpful within your interactions. You’ll know how to handle confrontation and navigate difficult interactions with ease. You’ll be able to express yourself consciously, clearly, and concisely and know what’s necessary to share and not. You’ll feel confident in handling any reaction and know how to connect and reconnect in the most stressful of times. 

Listen to what’s changed for those who have already gone through the training. 




What We'll Cover


  • Week 1 - What is Kane Intentional Communication™
  • Week 2 - Guidelines of Kane Intentional Communication™
  • Week 3 - The Kane Intentional Communication™


  • Week 4 - Meditation
  • Week 5 - Meditation
  • Week 6 - Listening to Yourself
  • Week 7 - Listening to Yourself
  • Week  8 - Listening to Yourself
  • Week 9 -  Listening to Your Partner
  • Week 10 - Listening to Your Partner
  • Week 11 - Speaking Consciously, Concisely, and Clearly
  • Week 12 - Speaking Consciously, Concisely, and Clearly
  • Week 13 - Using Silence in Conversations
  • Week 14 - Using Silence in Conversations
  • Week 15 - How to Have Difficult Conversations

It's time to shift your relationships

Learn a practice to help you feel calm and connected in your conversations 

15 weeks of weekly group coaching and implementation with Cynthia

4 1:1 milestone calls with your own private instructor

Video lessons, resources and meditations specific to communication

Private community group

Books and workbook

4 month check in after the training

Lifetime access



"This powerful practice has uprooted my negative self-talk. I am no longer trapped by judgment and toxic shame. The work has taught me how to tame my mind with self-compassion and honesty. I have stopped lying about my needs and have developed the courage to ask for help."


""I struggled with over-reactivity and over-sensitivity in my closest relationships which made me feel like I had no control over myself. Using the tools and coaching from this practice helped me shift from feeling like a petulant child to feeling like a wise adult in my most challenging personal relationships."


“My friends and family and kids share that I am so much calmer and centered. Definitely taking the time to respond is the biggest takeaway for me – be it written or oral communication. Also, even if I slip up and have a reactionary moment – it is a moment or a short time of upset versus hours and days of bad communication.” 

Your Questions Answered
If you are checking off these boxes, I know you'd be a great fit for the program
  • You're having a hard time connecting with your teen or handling toddler outbursts
  • It's difficult to say no to more responsibilities at work, even though you're completely burned out
  • There's more tension at home and you can't stop acting in ways that bring on more arguments
  • You've tried therapy, hypnosis, retreats, yoga, meditation, and nothing's worked
  • You're not able to delegate to your team and have your needs met and understood
  • You're committed to doing the work in your day-to-day to make real, lasting change
  • You're open minded and willing to do something new 

"Before this training I was having a hard time communicating with people who were important to me. This practice taught me tools and techniques to overcome those pitfalls. I learned a more preferable style of communication and was able to immediately put it into practice."


""I am more confident in my interactions. I swear less. I have less judgment if any at all. I am more present in my conversations. I am more patient and tolerant of others. I think more before I speak. I am more silent in conversations and allow others to finish speaking before I talk. I am in a better mood when I speak to people."


""The tools I learned are the foundation for my communication now, they have made me a better listener, I am able to articulate my feelings with less words and find that I have more confidence in managing conflicts. I am finding now I am able to take responsibility for what I say and not for how it was interpreted by the receiver. I also do not take responsibility for a conversation, no longer needing to fill up the space when there is a lull in the conversation."

–Carol Dean

"Just in the five weeks that we've been working together, I have found that my life has changed. My communication is much better. It's made my relationships much richer, all relationships, especially my intimate relationship with my husband. It really has been amazing. Even in just five weeks, I can see a tangible difference in my life. And this is the difference that there were times when I thought I could never and would never see. So I highly recommend the training. "