Photo by Alfred Schrock on Unsplash The sweet core value in Liminal Coaching on 2 pages Welcome to Liminal Coaching. There are 2 main levels to Liminal Coaching, the first clears unprocessed subconscious material and the second focuses on developing specific strengths and skills. Liminal Coaching Level 1 Your subconscious has a major effect on…

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Wandering through some not very modern but exceptionally clear and thought-provoking thinking from Steve De Shazzer in his book “Keys to Solution in Brief Therapy” I stumbled across what I think may be the origin of the idea of reframing or, if not, then a fascinating experiment on how it works. This experiment was performed…

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Now envision an organization where this is not the case; a place where there is positive, helpful engagement in achieving a business outcome. Where you don’t have to throw away many man-years of work and research because the people who need to act are too frightened to do so.

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So, here, without further digression, are a list of different types of ‘liminal doing’ with tentative descriptions. None are to my knowledge trademarked and so you should be able to use them in whatever way you like, even new, innovative and emergent ways.

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“…at the very least we must acknowledge that the term intuition could be being applied to a wide range of different types of unconscious influence”.

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The incessant insistence on higher and higher performance from all around you, not to mention the super high goals and standards you set for yourself, can create increased wear and tear. And just like your car, the faster you want to go, the better balanced you need to be.

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It matters because deliberate focus on any skill improves that skill and this skill of using the unconscious is a badly neglected one, most certainly in business. 

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