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The Self-Critic: Better know this part in you…

Although some may need some kind of clarification and explanation, almost every person we will ever meet has some idea about that part inside, that is so involved in the cognitive-emotional experience up to a level that thinking about life without it seem a little odd or impossible... Back then, the founder of the psychoanalytic…
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Observe = Be

Step 1 in Emotional Transformation is the hardest one although no much "effort" is required to implement this part of the process.  Here, one should practice the art of "watching" one of the current problems without doing anything and, as much as possible, without making any assumptions or taking any decisions about "what to do"…
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Are you able to really BE in your business?

One of my clients, the CEO of an industrial company, asked me to help him in retrieving the work passion he used to have and now seems to be scarce.  Back then, when the company was in its early stages, he used to be more excited and energetic. His work was characterized by more creativity,…
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Transforming the Self-Critic into a Friend

One of the main roles of emotional transformation is to change the common and disturbing relationship people have with this "continuously dissatisfied" voice in their mind -- the self-critic. Real change and freedom from stubborn problems can never take place as long as this negative feedback keep on streaming inside, thereby limiting on'es flexibility, creativity…
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Focus on a trivial problem and insist on curing it!

Business transformation is aimed at providing the business owners the proper emotional-creative tools to lead the business toward a state of exciting and continuous growth. The central assumption is that a business, handled by the passionate and open minded owner/leader, should flourish in a natural way once the usual mental-operational obstacles are removed continuously. What…
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