Generative Change

Generative change refers to something you already do, but would like to do even better. What a fascinating concept: improving something you already excel at!   In other words, you don’t have to be feeling stuck to see me.  Artists, athletes, students (especially before important exams), and professionals in a host of fields have used me to improve in areas they already do well in.   Generative change is a creative way to employ powerful, evolutionary methodologies to make your life even better.

Generative change also refers to cultivating the ability to master new skill sets.  This is big.  Your existing skill sets have served you well, but you can gracefully incorporate new ones.  Please note I used the word ‘gracefully.’  With the innovative methodologies I employ, growth does not have to be painful or onerous.  Yes, growth and learning can actually be fun.  Indeed, the most successful and happy among us know and use this concept.

Once again, you don’t have to be feeling stuck in an area to schedule a session with me. You just might want to grow in new directions.

Examples:

A dentist sought me out. Imagine spending all the money to become a dentist and establish a practice, only to discover you were developing a strong emotional resistance to the sight of blood. It did not bode well for their success. In three sessions, we were able to nullify this fear of blood, so she could resume her successful practice.

A dentist sought me out. Imagine spending all the money to become a dentist and establish a practice, only to discover you were developing a strong emotional resistance to the sight of blood. It did not bode well for their success. In three sessions, we were able to nullify this fear of blood, so she could resume her successful practice.

I saw an accomplished musician who could usually perform flawlessly during solo practice. Glaring mistakes, however, would occur when performing in front of a small group or in larger concert settings. Three sessions eliminated this performance anxiety. A bonus: his general level of performance increased, so it filtered throughout his system. In other words, by successfully addressing his performance anxiety, he rose to another level, both in practice and in performance.

Healing professional sometimes have a block about doing well financially. Two have sought me out for help in this arena. In a handful of sessions, they were able to evolve beyond this financial block. This translated into their spontaneous, effortlessly demonstrating new behaviors in marketing and other professional outreaches. It translated into more patience, hence they were able to help more people.

A successful student was functioning well above average in all areas of study. However, intuitively, she knew she was not realizing her potential. Something was getting in the way. After just a few sessions, we were able to help her evolve beyond her artificially-imposed learning limits. She moved into AP (Advanced Placement) classes.

These generative change techniques even apply to such concrete, measurable skills as marksmen. I know change agents who have been retained by the armed services to train their already proficient sharp-shooters. It translated into across-the-board improvement, even in formal competition.

Sports figures have availed themselves of this generative change. A well-known golfer (who shall remain nameless) has used these generative change techniques to improve their game.

I’m fascinated by the concept of generative change. Who says you have to have a problem to get better? People already performing at high levels can use generative change techniques to go to the next level. This type of change is graceful and spontaneous.