What Makes My Process Different?

Comprehensive     *     Succinct     *     Pragmatic

Behavioral Sciences has struggled to find common denominators that across different populations. Much of the behavioral sciences are concerned with the universal principles that guide human behavior and potential. But few theories apply to individuals regardless of race, religion, gender, age, income level, etc. Understanding human potential requires a holistic approach to exploring the right combination of evidence-based practices and gut-level intuitive actions that lead each individual to their own vision of a fulfilling life.   The theory that guides my coaching and consulting is deeply rooted in those in multiple schools of thought reach across populations. My work attempts to help clients build the systems that help them thrive, and is deeply personal and unique to each and every client. I do not believe in the one-size fits all approach including evidence-based interventions that don’t resonate with the client. I believe in the development of a results-based process that is tailored to each of the clients I serve.

Levels of Personal Awareness

“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” – Albert Einstien

Self Mastery is the ability to identify with precision who/what is driving our actions. Personal awareness means nothing if we are unable to develop and apply the tools that help us shift into a higher level of being that allows us to overcome the challenges directly in front of us.

Understanding Our Response to Stress

“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s our reaction to it.” – Hans Selye

Running from, ignoring, or pretending you are passed your trauma, is a surefire way of continuing to run into the barriers it creates in your response to stress. All stress is a reaction to trauma. Understanding when you respond to events according to some unresolved issues in your past will keep you stuck in a never ending loop.

Transformation Mastery

“One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again.” – Abraham Maslow

Transformation is hard. Continuous growth is hard. It requires an equal balance between “being pushed” by your past, finding presence, and feeling pulled toward some vision of who you are and all you can contribute to the people, places, and causes that are most meaningful to you.

Applied IQ/EQ/SQ

“You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.” – Carl Jung

There are multiple definitions of intelligence but without action, intelligence is useless. Waiting for the “perfect” strategy, time, or opportunity is a myth. There is no better time than now, no better opportunity than the one in front of you. Those with the intelligence to take action know life is an experiment and the world is your laboratory.