Saturday, July 14, 2018

Would You Like to Break Out of the Box?

Are you feeling the desire to move forward with new, freer choices? Are you curious about your personality's strengths and blind spots?
Like everyone else, you developed a box of habitual patterns as a child that help you cope, yet narrow your perspective and limit your options.

In My Blogs on the right you'll find suggestions to observe your personal responses without judgment, interrupt them in creative ways that invite more flexibility, and broaden your worldview.

After more than 30 years' experience, I still accept a few select clients. If you'd like to partner with me, let's explore that possibility together (click here for hours and contact information).

How I Work with Clients

  1. Our approach is positive and we observe together what you say and do, in and between sessions, without judgment. If you're not receiving what you want from the coaching relationship, you tell me and we agree on how to make our work together as powerful as possible.
  2. We are extremely flexible about our schedules. If you need to cancel, you can do so right up to the scheduled hour; on occasion I may need to do the same.
  3. We engage in direct, truthful, and open conversations and collaborate to make the coaching relationship beneficial for both of us. Our approach is best described by the acronym "A.W.E":

Awareness of your unique patterns of motivation and behavior.

If you'd been hypnotized in a nightclub act to do something silly afterward at the hypnotist's command, would you then ask, "Why am I clucking like a chicken?" No. You volunteered to let someone make strong suggestions about your behavior. As a child you were even more suggestible. Read more . . . 

Watching, without judgment, how those patterns operate.

Instead of backing away from an aspect of yourself you don't like, get to know that troubling part and see what there is to learn. Read more . . .

Experimenting with pattern breaking to invite transpersonal change.

When you allow yourself to fully experience your typical reactions, you'll discover a new meaning for the baseball phrase, sweet spot. Read more . . .

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