As a recently Certified Subconscious Restructuring® Coach/Counselor, I find myself noticing when people spontaneously program the subconscious mind to get much-needed answers. One such example came across my desk today in a 1985 Texas Monthly article on aging gracefully by Liz Carpenter, the journalist, speechwriter, and activist in the women's movement in the 70s. I know, 1985 was a long time ago, already! But Mrs. Carpenter passed away this Saturday and a friend forwarded the article.
Now Liz Carpenter was a prominent political figure in her day, and when you read the article it's clear in what circles she traveled. But that's not what got my attention. What I notice is how she challenged herself every day to stay focused on getting what she wanted out of life. It was a spontaneous act, a skill that she must have learned early.
Now, thanks to Subconscious Restructuring®, everyone can systematically develop their own empowering question and other essential skills for programming the subconscious. Skills that were not modeled by parents or mentors can be learned by anyone--including entrepreneurs, executives, and business managers--and applied to every aspect of our lives--health, family, and work or career. Contact me to find out how SR® can improve all your aspirations.