The schedule is a tattletale…

Whatever symptoms your clients present with (weight gain, low energy, anxiety, etc.), you need look no further than their schedule to understand the drivers behind their symptoms.

What they do each day and how they do it is really easy to see and understand but it’s honestly not that important.

Your primary focus should be on why they do what they do…just know why-based questions invariably opens an emotional can of worms.

As you identify leakages within their schedule, activities that seemingly don’t align with their values, there will always be a story, a justification and rationalization for it.

Don’t judge and keep the field open, just keep asking generous questions.

Questions keep the heart space open and convict the person towards change through a spirit of compassion, instead of criticism.

Your only job is to create awareness and they’re entirely responsible to accountability, action and management.

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