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What Are You Actually Saying With Your Body?

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Design Your Life for New Choices

Design Your Life for New Choices


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Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA, has discussed how we explored how historical discourses may form your style of communicating in the domain of language; what makes up how you speak and how you listen. In our next show, we will explore the domain of body and use as an example, four body dispositions and how if you practice each will give you the ability to be centered. You will begin to notice how you are often unaware how you communicate to others with your body. You will gain insights into what you may be saying just by how you are holding your body and without you even realizing it. For example, you may think that you are speaking from a place of power whereas you are actually speaking from a place of apology; you may think you are communicating from calmness whereas your body implies anger. Come discover your predominant body dispositions and how to begin a new practice of shifting away from what is not working for you to the powerful results you hope for based in certainty and being centered.

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.