There may be a sudden awareness of a qualitative difference, for instance, water getting hotter and hotter until it becomes steam, or colder and colder until it solidifies into ice. And each molecule has to go through systematic step-by-step changes to make those differences.
The time it takes to change depends on the amount of effort and energy expended over time on the way to a goal and having an effective blueprint and tools for action.
We begin with not knowing and or not even being aware that there is something we don’t know; sort of ignorant bliss. Once we become aware there is something we don’t yet know, we have to make the decision that either we want to learn (or we need to learn in order to reach a bigger goal) or that we are OK with not knowing.
Once we make the decision to gain knowledge or become competent at something new, we enter the phase of gathering skill, experience, and diligent practice until the desired results are obtained.
Over time and effort spent in practicing and absorbing, soon more and more bits of the information and capability become an integrated automatic response to the original situation.
As a coach, it is important to make sure your client does not expect to “be perfect” on a first try or that they can’t be successful, or that they don’t deserve to have positive results because they are not “good enough.”
These major limiting themes become saboteurs to creativity, flexibility, and learning. These limitations will need to be addressed first to allow your client to be free from any “brain-washing” from their past.
Looking for congruence and incongruence are part of the detective skills that you will fine-tune with practice with multi-tracks of attention happening simultaneously.
Our programs are open to anyone with a desire to learn and help others. There are no prerequisites.
That’s it for now.