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How Are You Communicating? Is it Time You Took Notice?

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Design Your Life for New Choices

Design Your Life for New Choices


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Have you ever noticed that people say what they say and others listen how they listen and often the twain does not meet?

Have you ever had a moment when you thought an interaction would turn out one way and it turned into something other than what you had imagined? Have you ever said something to someone and they didn’t hear what you intended to communicate? Has it created a misunderstanding or upset or even anger?

We will begin to explore how you communicate from your language, your emotions and your body, to consciously communicate what you intend. Come join me, Patricia Hirsch, and explore insights into what it may take for you to communicate effortlessly and to begin a practice of speaking into people’s listening.

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. Her work has focused on senior executives, board members, teams and individuals. 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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