Posts Tagged 'love what is'

new visual coaching services

Written on June 11, 2011 at 8:27 am


Coaching is now a larger part of Crow Hill Conversations. Ive been professionally coaching since 07′ and am thrilled to bring the skills and process to my visual practice. You can find out in more detail at the Crow Hill Coaching Page.

In addition to traditional coaching packages I uniquely am skilled to bring a visual element to coaching and I love sharing this with you.

Today I want to share with you 3 of the signature services that I offer:

Many of you have noticed, and even signed up for the free online journal…offered by the newest division of …

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Daily Doodle Desk

Written on May 31, 2011 at 9:04 am

Crow Hill Note Cards on Allison Crow's Desk

a daily visual meeting with myself….Essence note cards….notes to supporters. A visual weekly focus map (vs. a to-do-list). Markers, naturally and a little coffee in my Dr. Sweetbottom mug. iPad.…

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Operation Abundance

Written on March 12, 2011 at 3:58 pm


The list of the day has been around and a little personal tool I have used for a while to align my thinking by being grateful for simple things.

Yesterday, I had an interesting coaching call with a client who has, in the last few months, hit a wall of LACK and worry about money. She is a fantastic coach and most often in a full and empowered mindset.  Together we recognized that energy and I challenged her to a simple practice from now until the end of the month KNOWING that this simple little doing will ultimately bless her …

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Notes from Byron Katie Workshop

Written on January 29, 2011 at 12:33 pm


Below are notes I took while watching a Byron Katie workshop. There was a brief introduction…and then a very brave woman from CA got up to visit with Katie….to discuss her failing marriage and husband’s affair.

What I took most…is that the very wounds that hurt us so deeply, are often exactly what we are putting out into the world and thus getting back ourselves. I commend the woman for being so willing to inquire within…and for a moment lay down the blame with which she arrived at the session.

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