Concrete and cornfields – a beginner’s Clean success story

Clean in Coaching and Therapy

“I had an executive coaching client recently who was in good spirits but rushing around all over the place. She described herself as ‘in danger of being a busy fool’ and could not see how to take control.

“Using Clean Language, we looked at her situation and a wonderful landscape emerged with cornfields and blue skies and warm wind. But then she became aware of another place with shifting concrete and falling rubble. She said it was next to the cornfield. I asked what it would need for her to turn towards it and a series of ideas poured out.

“And what did she need to do first? More ideas – practical solutions that would help her run her life on her terms that she has since quickly and effectively put into practice. And all her own work!”

– Richard Spence,

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