If you’re plagued by past experiences, or you would like to move beyond where you are, right now, listen in to today’s show, with guest, Kathy Sparrow, who appeared on the show a few weeks ago, when she shared about being a coach for authors and explained how to get your book out there, so that you can connect with your clients.
In Kathy’s previous interview, she touched on a technique called RIM (Regenerating Images and Memory), which raised awareness and curiosity with the listeners- they wanted to know more…So today, Kathy is here again, to explain. Listen in and find out all about RIM- what it is and how it can help you to get your old, embedded beliefs out of the way.
Today, Kathy talks to Meg about:
- She reads the description of RIM from her mentor’s book.
- Her first experience with RIM in 2010- the most profound experience she’s had.
- What she realized in that first RIM experience and how it helped her.
- How she became a certified RIM facilitator in 2011 and how she advanced with RIM from there.
- How she views coaching as different from therapy.
- How depression can come about from life situations.
- How the messages from the past can really impact your life and inhibit your abilities.
- A realization she had during a Mastermind about why she wasn’t stepping out.
- How this realization has created a new awareness within her, to move forward.
- What a typical RIM session would look like.
- How RIM can move a client to see the future, through guided imagery.
- How you can gain a voice, and change your past beliefs, through using RIM.
- Examples of what you can change in your life, with the use of RIM.
- How her coaching has changed for the better, since incorporating RIM into her toolbox.
- What she would recommend for someone wanting to find out more about the RIM technique.
- How she clears her own gunk with RIM.
- That you can never take your clients past where you are, so you really need to keep fully present.
- Cynthia’s road to success
- Her tips for new coaches
- How she uses metaphors as a tool for coaching
- Cynthia also uses storytelling as another coaching tool
- How to begin a coaching business/practice
- Metaphor is a symbol that captures or represents qualities of the clients of the journey he is taking and decisions he is making
- Reasons for failure of coaching business
- What coaching clients want
- Clients read their coaches