In 1989, Beate Nimsky decided to become self-employed. She did not want to go along with the new direction of interRent with the merger with Europcar, which she accompanied internally, despite the tempting offer to move to the management in Hamburg. Through the “time out” due to the car accident in 1987, it had gradually become clear to her that her natural ability to manage people was a talent to which she consciously devoted herself in various ways. On the one hand, she underwent various leadership trainings over the years, including Mastery University with Anthony Robbins, Brian Tracy’s Leadership and Sales Program, and training as a Senior Facilitator with Chinese Master Mantak Chia and Certified Facilitator with Access Consciousness. And on the other hand, she learned how to use pragmatic diagnostic tools for personality and competence development, studied for two and a half years alongside her self-employment to complete her Master of Science degree, and successively built up her company. Together with her husband Martin Nimsky, she founded the “Institute for Intrinsic Competence”, which has set itself the task of enabling people to access their innermost potential, to find out about blockages and to dissolve them, so that they can live their individual talent. However, she is not only booked for leadership trainings to build up relationship competence at C-level or coaching for board members, but also for strategy conferences in which she gives impulses for vision and mission development and adapts and moderates them to the orientation of the company. In doing so, she accompanies companies from a wide range of industries, such as white goods, automotive, engineering, credit unions and financial services companies, real estate, horticulture and mobile homes, as well as food retail. Beate Nimsky now puts all her knowledge, enthusiasm and energy for action into successfully building up the biotonus network and running the biotonus Corporation USA. Her personal motto is: BAM – Business Anders Machen (Business Done Different). Integrative, participative, appreciative, focused, success- and result-oriented, supportive and with a lot of fun and love for life.