Use the gap tool to make the change

Gap tools
A great way to change your way and redefine what you are.

This a good way to find out what you would like to more of and what you would like to let go?

What do you want?

Work from where do you stand today? Why did you chose to come to where you are today?
This is your story, and only you know if this is right or wrong for you.

Do you see the missing bricks or links, do you know what it takes to go where you belong,
and are you willing to make the steps and changes to get the outcome you want and be where you belong?

One suggestion is to use the tool within NLP

  • S – Specific – set your goal, investigates and make sure you have all points to set the specific goal.
  • M – Measurable – know and therefore measure yourself
  • A – Attractive – it must be attractive
  • R – Realistic – are you being realistic
  • T – Time framed – what is your time frame and hold yourself upon it
  • E – Ecological – it must be good for the world else you know inside it is wrong.
  • Use the Gap tool for the points you have, and look there are several gaps it is never one thing standing alone when we use the gap tool take the advantage of using the forum or even start a group to talk about the gaps – what is in the gaps – there is never nothing .

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Self-coaching?

When we do self-coaching, when we heal ourselves, we do it,
we do it because something inside so strong, is moving us,
we have to face that sometimes it is good to make the moves when it is only small things small gaps.

Our mind is our way.
It is what we say it is, try it, just a small test, know something you tell yourself,
and then tell yourself something very different.

Let me show you, what I mean,

I believe, and since I believe it, it is my truth, that parents in my son’s school has an attitude against us;
So when I think this, what does that do with the way that I act.

It influences me in a way that when I take my son to his class, this means, that when I meet any of the parents,

I do not have a natural way of behaving,
I am on alert and I am not an open person as I normally am.

So when the parents meet me, are they right if they say.
That I am not friendly and an open person that is easy to talk to, yes they are, they are 100% right.

What does this show, that what I think that is how it is, because this is how I make it.

So what do I want, – do I want to be this person – they see:

  • Not open
  • Not friendly
  • With an attitude
  • I could say that I am very open, and if the right circumstances is there, we are all open, we are all friendly and we want to join.

See the GAP

The gap is and comes, when our experience tells us something.

There is always a way and there is always a reason, no one does anything out of nothing.

There are 2 things, that can happen over time, one is that things stay as they are over time from their perspective.

I will become the person that people see as not open, not friendly and with an attitude.

I decide to change the way I see it, this change, the way I meet the people going in,
and I am in charge of who I am and who I want to be.

My Gap is what do

I want to change and how do I want to have it. I need to ask and work with myself to find out what
am I willing to do. What am I willing to do for my son, what kind of a mother
do I want for him to have. How much does it mean for me that I am what I decide I am.

I can decide to, not to do anything,

I can let time go and let the decisions be taken by others,

or I can decide, this is my life and my experience tells me,
That the forces in the class are very strong and that I cannot change the attitude.

We are different, and we see life differently.

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