Industrial Revolution Reference Library Cumulative Index by Matthew May

By Matthew May

Seek the broad U - X - L commercial Revolution Reference Library conveniently with this cumulative index to the total set.

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1. Experiences of Presence • Consider times when you have had an experience of presence. Remember a time in nature when you felt moved by a waterfall, a sunset, or a grand view. What was that feeling like? What specifically did you experience within yourself? • Remember a time when you felt a spontaneous wave of affection or love for a spouse, a child, or another person. What happened in that experience? • Remember a time when you were confronted with a choice, the choice said something about you, and there was no place to pass the buck.

A Case Example: Janet’s Identity A former client of mine (I’ll call her Janet) had been rapidly promoted to the highest levels of a large national financial services firm. Growing up as the oldest of three children, she had significant responsibilities for looking out for her siblings. She was an achiever and had been the first in her family to go through college. I experienced Janet as a wonderful, generous person, and sharp as a tack. She had built a strong identity as a quick problem solver with superb analytical skills.

And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost. indd 11 9/19/08 11:57:25 AM 12 Presence-Based Coaching i t is e s se n t i a l for a n yon e pr e s u m i ng t o gu i de others in a journey of change to be clear about the foundation on which they stand. We all have assumptions about what it means to be human, how we got the way we are, and how we change. Most of us have never questioned those assumptions, but they guide and restrict us whether we’re aware of them or not.

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