The Self-Sync™ model described on the Approach page is integrated into; Enhanced Critical Thinking, Peak Performance, Relationship Building, Common and Complex Issues sections described below. It will facilitate higher functioning affecting performance, leadership, relationships and overall job satisfaction.
Sometimes its nice to have an outside, professionally trained person to talk over ideas with, before presenting them to others.
Over the years, I have worked with hundreds of executives and key personnel dealing with all kinds of issues from their work environments. Having a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology I also know it is important to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for exploration to take place in.
Even if everything is already going well, you will learn about yourself in a meaningful way that will affect your understanding of who you are and how things operate within you.
The Self-Sync™ method is a gentle but powerful way to hear yourself think and to find self-generated solutions. It will also facilitate self-leadership which will affect performance and all types of issues described on this page.
Learning your own thinking process at this depth, will provide you a critical thinking advantage for creating and implementing strategies and strengthening relationships. Stay on top of your game with less effort and more pleasure.
- optimize your potential
- Improve and update critical thinking ability
- apply knowledge gained to leadership and performance
- in-depth exploration of critical decisions
- minimizing fallout before tough decisions
- more effective damage control
Peak performance is a method originally designed for training olympic athletes now improved by integrating features from the Self-Sync™. Difficult events or tasks that require clear thinking and concentration can disrupted by stress, fear or general unease.
This method takes an event and breaks it down into it’s sequence of events/issues. Next, we apply the Self-Sync™ model to work through hindrances that are blocking performance during each phase of the event.
You will be able to troubleshoot the whole event and work through what is needed to take care of yourself for success.
Using the Self-Sync™ model, emotions and negative thoughts affecting performance will be worked through. Occasionally, clients will find out they need more technical training and be directed to the proper resources.
Such task might include:
- public speaking
- leading a difficult group or team
- an important meeting where you have to be at your best
- any task where you are performing below your abilities
A common issue is staying grounded and constructive with certain people that trigger you. Another way to frame this is; what part of you is being triggered by which part of them.
The Self-Sync™ model will assist you in finding workable solutions to upsetting relationships. You will learn how to protect and soothe the part(s) of yourself being triggered while at the same time maintaining safe and fair boundaries for yourself.
Each case is unique, so each solution will be uniquely structured to fit your personality and feel right to you before implementing it.
Such issue might include:
- feeling disrespected, ignored or isolated
- really disliking a person you have to interact with
- not liking a certain group of people
The goal of the Self-Sync™ model is to help someone to reach their full potential at work. Sometimes this means dealing with common issues that affect a client’s level of performance, leadership and relationships.
The forerunner of the Self-Sync™ model is the Mind Targeting™ method which was originally developed for psychotherapy. It is excellent for dealing with all types of issues from work that can put someone into a bad space.
stress, anxiety, concentration, worry, obsessing, feeling out of sync with yourself, burnout, exhaustion, feeling down, fear, confusion, indecisiveness, shame, wanting to quit, feeling like an imposter, being too critical to self or others, boredom, cutting off, feeling alienated, dissatisfaction, procrastination, being too nice, feeling taken advantage of, boundary issues, anger, rage…
Even strong issues like: manic-depression, rage, panic attacks, depression, suicidal thoughts, low self-esteem, social anxiety, OCD, trauma, feeling disconnected from yourself…
*Note: depending on your companies policy, these stronger issues may need to be resolved by your health care provider.
Since 2003 I have taught the Self-sync™ model at graduate schools and to many professionals and coached over 1000 individuals.
The Self-Sync™ model is not the standard way to deal with these difficulties, it is the state-of-the-art. It is in depth and goes to the source where issues can best be worked through.
*Note: Confidentiality is important along with a safe and non-judgemental environment.