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Those Persistent and Ineffective Moods and Emotions

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Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA asks have you noticed how you develop habits? Haven’t you developed the habit of brushing your teeth two to three times a day? That habit works for you! Your dentist is happy. But take a look at your habit of waking up inside of familiar moods. What about living from emotions that just seem to be present consistently? And you think they are yours. On the next Design Your Life, Coaching for New Choices radio show, we will begin to examine habits that may or may not serve you any longer focusing on your persistent moods and emotions. You will begin to learn how to notice when you are speaking from a mood that doesn’t work ‘over there’ with your listener. Or how you may be making requests from emotions that no longer work for you. Is it really surprising that people “just don’t get it?” Patricia will begin a revealing conversation from a third domain called moods and emotions and how by becoming aware of yours will support you in choosing a new design for your life.

Patricia Hirsch is in the business of assisting clients begin to learn to observe their own observations such that they live a life of power causing results with open and honest communication. Patricia is the founder of Design Your Life Coaching (est. 2001), a coaching and leadership development company. During the past 31 years, she has held numerous mentoring, leadership and management positions. Through individual and team coaching, she has worked extensively to facilitate relationships across cultural, educational, emotional and other discourses. Patricia has delivered key addresses to marine, financial and coaching organizations. Patricia’s coaching and leadership development methodology is grounded in somatic, linguistic and emotional competence. She draws on each of these domains in her work with clients to raise awareness, enable action and generate sustainable and high levels of performance.

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