As a life coach, I like to use whatever strategies will get my clients to achieve their goals.
I recently came across an article about a life coach who uses horses to communicate with her clients. She had a revelation, and followed it for the betterment of her clients.
Another example of using unconventional yet effective strategies is the autistic genius’ mother, Kristine Barnett, who appeared on Episode 63 of GluckRadio.com. Rather than take the traditional route of putting her son in schools for autistic, she kept him at home and embraced his love of astronomy and physics. As a result, her nurturing led to an unprecedented social and emotional improvement.
The skill that the life coach and Kristine Barnett used was merely seeing what was in front of them, and harnessing that into a non-traditional (and highly effective) approach. This is the mark of a great life coach.
If I have a drug-addict who loves music, I’m not going to identify him as a drug addict and treat him through that lens. I’m going to channel what he does love — the parts of himself he has a high self-esteem for — and use that to his advantage.
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