Level Up and Master your CouchIssues

My focus is to help you understand and manage issues that continually sabotage your efforts to excel in your relationships with friends and family; in your career with staff, as a leader, or with competitors.  I also help Expatriates whether you are on your way to another country or repatriating. 

There's the Program Collection of 2, 3 or 6 months in duration.  It is designed to accelerate the mastery of your CouchIssues™ challenges rather than spending an indeterminate amount of time in therapy.  With any of the programs, you have considerable access to my 25+ years of experience to get from emotional anarchy to balance.

There is also a Specialty Collection for those in professions with unique challenges: participants in the arts (music, acting, for example), medicine as well as those who face challenges with colleagues or staff in the business world.

 

Whatever your audience or profession, we'll target what gets in the way and turn it into the strengths required to have a compelling presence and take forward action.

What Is a CouchIssue?

Well, a bit of history first:

 

My mother told me that my grandmother, would have to either lie down on the floor or the couch before she could hear any type of news.  It helped her somehow, go figure.  She just had to lie down.

 

So, when I came home from school, my mother would be running around the house getting things done.  Breezing by in a blur, she would say, "How did it go?"

 

I put my school bag on a chair and sat down in the living room.  I talked towards the kitchen, "So, my teacher was telling us..." 

 

"HOLD ON!" My mom would yell.  "Let me lie down first!"

Then, lying down on the couch with her head resting on one of the pillows, she put her right arm over her forehead.  All set.  She cued me with, "Okay, I'm ready."

 

So, anytime I wanted to talk, her first question was always:

"Is it a Couch Issue??"

The mountain pictured is Chimborazo.  It is a currently inactive stratovolcano in the Cordillera Occidental range of the Andes in Ecuador. Its last known eruption is believed to have occurred around 550 A.D.[4].  Chimborazo’s summit is also the farthest point on the Earth’s surface from the Earth’s center given that it is located along the planet’s equatorial bulge. Information from Wikipedia.

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