20 years ago I had my first entrepreneur value profile done.
It was some 30 pages long… a lot of English. But it said something like: I don’t work well through others…
A year or two later I got my certification to become a value profile consultant. Then I learned to see all that the 30 page said in English (meaning lots of words) at a glance on a grid.
My starting point measurements is a lot like that grid. It is more meant for the coach/consultant to know how to guide you, than for you to enjoy reading to indulge your delusional self.
So today, 20 years later, I looked at coaching, both as a client and as a provider. Continue reading ““Either everybody counts or nobody counts””
I am getting a lot of requests to teach people how to become people who live a life worth living, who excel in all four areas, all four pillars of the good life.
My answer is almost always: Sorry I can’t help you.
Today I got lucky and got my answer in a pristine form.
My University classmate, Panni called me. We talk once a month. She is, of course an architect: we were classmates in architecture school, a five year study.
And she is a mother and a grandmother. Continue reading “You can’t become extraordinary if you live an ordinary life”
Yesterday I accidentally was lead to a year and a half old article of mine. I was stunned. I didn’t remember writing that article. It was the best article I have ever published… 100% channeled.
It was about the difference between asking-your-body type of muscle testing, and the asking-Source type of muscle testing.
Every nutritionist, chiropractor, etc. ask your body. Continue reading “The two types of truth testing… are you asking the body or the soul?”
We all want to be a person… but none of us know how to do it.
This article is a method that can help you becoming a person…
In this article I use an analogy with plants… but this article is not about plants, it is about you having deep roots so you have a core, and when you say “I”, you know that you are talking about those deep roots…
I have run out of good shows to watch on Netflix.
I began to watch and abandoned four shows, fast.
And I just had an insight:
Most TV/Netflix customers are like most people: they have no foundation from which to watch, see, read anything.
Even when it’s a well designed, well executed show: these people don’t know why. Or the reason it is good for them is different from person to person.
For me a good show is a show well planned out. A show that decides, ahead of time, what it thrives to accomplish. That is the context inside which they develop the characters, the story line, and direct the actors to act in. Continue reading “Anchor your existence and start becoming a person”