Conversations that help you have a better relationship with yourself and your family and help you move forward in your creative work or business.
How to Make Hard Conversations Easy
Resolve your conflicts.
Release your energy and creativity.
Deepen your relationships.
Build your business.
Sometimes the conflict that is draining our energy, depleting our mindspace, and derailing our focus is the one we don’t know that we’re having. It’s the judgments and criticisms we carry about ourselves: “I should be getting this done…”, “I know what I need to be doing, I’m just not doing it.” “I wasted my time! I need to organize my time better…"
Resolve the inner conflicts and find more energy and creativity in your business and in your relationships.
Conflicts happen when something matters enough to fight for it.
Talking about what matters opens opportunities for deeper connection. With a communication and resolving-conflict expert, you can move through conflicts in your family to establish deeper connections.
Break your habitual patterns and expand your capacity as a leader, a creator and a relationship builder.
The communication that got you here is not the same communication that will create the transformation you need move your business forward.
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Hi, I'm Leah!
I am an expert communicator with training in resolving conflict. Through my training and experience in education, theater, and leadership, I have learned that it isn't about what you say or how you say it, it is about who you are being when you say it. I've always had something to say and have spent my life learning how to become someone who says things so people can hear them. Now I help people do the same thing.
Even when you love your parents, they very often are the main source of conflict in your life! (Often those conflicts are disguised as your inner critic or judge.
So think about the significance of being told to respect your parents.
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