What if your client is clear on where they want to go, but they seem to lack motivation to get there? Or they’re not excited about their commitment to that direction? Like they’re not enrolled in their own life?
Last time we looked at how a “point of origin” might be the place to dive deeper… and this time we’re focusing on the opposite: creating a compelling ending for a particular phase (what happens when it ends?), or a powerful vision of what comes after (what happens after this particular journey comes to an end?).
Toku discusses several different strategies for helping a client look at endings and create with them an opportunity for a powerful Shift.
(See also the previous posts in this series: Introduction, The Open – Context, The Open – Agreements, The Open – Building Rapport, The Open – Bad Coach Distortion, The Open – Creating Awe, The Drop – What’s it All About?, The Drop – Zoomin’ In and Out, The Drop – Don’t Believe Your Clients, The Drop – The Right Place, The Shift – Creating the Shift, The Shift – The Reveal, The Shift – The Transform, The Shift – The Commit, The Shift – Ownership – Acceptance, and The Shift – Where Does It Come From?.)