context and content

Did you know that your heart beat vibrations can be felt up to eight feet in front of you? This means that people can feel you before they see you.

We are literal walking experiences for those around you. How they experience us determines what they think because it shapes the stories in their mind.

That is why context and content are so important when we communicate with one another. We communicate with our bodies, our nonverbal cues, our tone, and our tempo.

Take a moment today to evaluate interactions you have had with others, and maybe even ask them for feedback. What are you saying without saying anything at all?

Are you stuck in frustration?

Are you stuck in frustration? Wasting time reacting to others instead of focusing on what matters most?

The Trigger Identifier™ is a six step proven process to help you become less reactive and more strategic. Because every problem has an emotion attached to it, you can get stuck in an endless cycle of stress and drama. But when you understand your triggers, you’ll harness the power of your emotions faster and easier.