Are you "stuck" with a problem that does not seem to change no matter how you try to fix it?
Have you "solved" the same problem in the past only to find it rear its head again and again?
Picking up a Daily Planner to gain control of your schedule and to increase your time management capacity generally only requires a technical solution: get a planner...and limit your commitments to what will fit.
But if you got the planner and find that a few weeks or months or so later you have fallen back into your old habit...you often need an adaptive solution. One that requires thinking outside the box.
If you are an executive who has difficulty managing your time, delegating responsibility, giving feedback, confronting people about behaviors that need to change, meeting deadlines despite your best efforts, etc. the Immunity-To-Change™ (ITC) process might be for you.
ITC work offers a path to adaptive change for executives and individuals interested in personal development that contributes to your business effectiveness and success.
At LifeSystems 101 I focus on the way things fit together and interact to create the life that we experience. The "101" label signifies that it is the foundation of a successful life, rather than a cursory, introductory course.
I generally begin from the perspective that you are "stuck" because you are somehow, and often mysteriously, committed to things that supersede your dedication to changing something very important in your life. Those other commitments require behaviors that essentially work against your successful change.
I use the successful Immunity-to-Change™ process as the foundation of our work together. It is an effective tool for guiding you successfully to your current goal as well as establishing a process for accomplishing future goals.
By focusing on the deep, fundamental drivers that hold you in place, our work will provide you with an understanding of why you do those things that keep you stuck where you are AND with the ability to change the assumptions that have been guiding you down the same frustrating path.