The Possibility Experience

Proactive choices are significant—with each one you’re making an intentional commitment to do something that matters to you.

In making a present or future choice, you’re either moving toward something you want to have, or moving away from something you don’t want.

Uncertainty, anxiety and outdated stories often muddle the blank space of the future.

Engaging in The Possibility Experience provides you with a framework to sort through your thoughts, document your stressors, explore what’s possible and clarify your plans to facilitate your progression into the distance.

With each proactive choice, your aim is to stay conscious, alert, and committed to the actions you take that support your choice to move forward.

With me as your guide, I’ll use a map to support us to assess what could undermine your efforts so you can plot your actions and responses accordingly. 

During The Possibility Experience, these are broad examples of the choices we can explore:

Professional choices

You may be determining whether to start or leave a job, step out on your own or improve your current situation.

  • Will you leave your current job or embark upon a new career?
  • Will you take time off or venture out on your own?
  • Will you dedicate greater effort to what you’re currently doing?
Relationship choices

You may be focusing on whether to begin a new relationship, work on mending one you’re already in, or end one that is no longer fulfilling.

Relationship choices are often highly charged and it can often feel as though the weight of your future rests on the decision to stay or go.

  • Will you stay in a challenging relationship and work through any obstacles?
  • Will you choose to stay with intention or let the relationship wane?
  • Will you choose to end a relationship that no longer meets your needs?
  • Are you ready to commit to a new relationship?
  • Will you reconnect with someone you discovered still matters to you?
Personal choices
These choices involve bringing something into your life that matters or removing something that doesn’t.

Making a personal choice is a powerful springboard to set your life in a meaningful direction—to step into what you trust is in your best interest and remain faithful and confident that you’re moving toward something that’s right for you.
  • Will you make a loving choice?
  • Will you do something that scares you?
  • Will you work with a new coach?
  • Will you move?
  • Will you let go of something that no longer serves you?

You may be choosing whether an opportunity is right for you. Or deciding to do something that supports your personal growth—asking for what you want, taking a stand for yourself or taking a deeper look at what triggers you. You may be choosing to shift your attitude to feel more gratitude, more joy, more openness.

Possibilities can be short-term visions of how you want to feel,
or more grandiose visions of what you want to manifest.

As I create a map documenting your thoughts, you’re preserving your ideas
of what’s possible to revisit should roadblocks re-emerge

Let me share how we’ll explore what's possible for you…

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