If you're processing an event and it feels like it's too much - it probably is! The good news is that you don't have to process everything at once. You just need a strategy that will get you to the client's desired-goal. The solution is in how you think. Face it. Rome wasn't built in a day and neither was the client's problem.
Quick-fix solutions seldom yield a lasting result.
There is a better way. Start thinking in terms of "increments of change" and you'll improve your outcomes, right way.
When there are too many details - chunk down! Chunking things down into manageable bites can make it much easier for the client to process an event. Anything you can do to reduce resistance will make it much easier for you to deal with.
Any event is a Story. Like any story, it has a beginning, a middle and an end. Segmenting an event allows you to process one chunk at a time.
- The beginning has to do with what's happening just prior to the upset.
- The end has to do with what happens immediately after the event.
- The middle is where all the drama plays out during the upsetting experience.
Chunking down into these three key pieces can help you to get a deeper, more thorough cleansing of the event. Beginning. Middle. End. If you need to, you can always chunk down further!
So, that's it.
The key to your success is always in how you think. Start thinking "increments of change." You may be surprised with how much easier it is to clear an event!
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