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Getting to the Heart of the Matter by Using Images

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Design Your Life for New Choices

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Patricia Hirsch interviews Carol Harris-Fike, PCC.  Carol will discuss the value of going to the heart of the matter with individuals and groups in coaching and facilitating. Images are one valuable way to go easily, deeply, and quickly to the place where the most important emotions of a person are revealed to them. This allows what a person cares about to be revealed and shared with the coach or within a group. We have experienced over and over the value of using images to break past what a person thinks should be shared to what really matters to them. The conversation goes deep much more quickly. The coaching process is enhanced and/or a team or group will be supported in what really matters in their life, their work, their relationships.

Carol Harris-Fike, PCC, NCOC, coaches and mentors individuals around the world. She earned Newfield Certified Ontological Coach certification through Newfield Network. She recently was certified in Newfield’s advanced ontological course: Body and Movement. Areas of expertise include an understanding of the latest research in the science of the brain/body and how our view of the world affects how we think, feel, and move. She has degrees from Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at Austin. Carol’s book, 5 Life Energies: The Choice You Have in How Energy Shapes Your Life (2009), exemplifies the choice we truly have to “be” the way we desire. Carol and two other ontological coaches created a coaching product: JICT Images: Journey with Intuition & Creativity to Transformation, a box of 72 evocative images designed to lead groups and individuals to the “heart of the matter.”

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