“See, isn’t this neat?
Here we were thinking all we had was one big problem when in actual fact we have hundreds of little problems that we gotta sort out before we even get to the big problem, which means we’re like everybody else in the world.”
Charlotte ‘Chuck’ Charles, Pushing Daisies
Sometimes things just seem so large.
As with Bramber Castle however, sometimes it can just be a matter of perspective. Relative size also depends on angle.
Example 1: Coaching others
Augment your favourite coaching model by having these cards available. Share them with your coachee and though coaching conversations either select cards that resonate with the direction you’re both heading in or use them to generate unblocking ideas.
Example 2: Examining your own challenges
Carry a pack with you. When you face a “Big Rock” problem of your own pull the deck out, select the suit that relates to where you are in the stage of working with your “Big Rock” and skim through the cards until you find one or more patterns that jump out at you from the deck and give it a try. If it doesn’t work, try another.
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