How can we be present to challenging emotions—both our own and those of our clients? In this audio, Anna Chitty offers a practice that allows us to both be with an experience and give it space at the same time.
At first, your client comes on time, is excited and engaged, and seldom misses an appointment. But then after 5 or 6 sessions, they start missing appointments and then stop attending sessions, often without notice or a clarifying conversation.
In the face of hopelessness, you can choose to be grateful for what you can do rather than focus on what you can’t do.
Anticipating bold change and declaring change as a discipline allows leaders to be flexible and curious. They begin to reflect a growing confidence in themselves and in their relationships with others.
Our path, desire, and value system evolve with time. We feel friction when our drives and patterns no longer fit the life we’re living, and this is when change emerges.