SRD

Penny Garrison

The first thing that the SRD tool gave me was an awareness that I aimed for the die zone every single time .. and I was failing simply because I pushed too hard, for too much. Inevitably, I bungee-corded back to my comfort zone with my cookies and ice cream. The SRD tool allowed me …

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Janet Renner

SRD is such a huge tool for me. I have learned so much about myself with this little tool – which I find fascinating because it is so simple, and yet the impact is life changing! One of the biggest insights I have had about myself with this tool is when I’m in Fear I’m …

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JJ Frederickson

I like to use SRD for a visioning tool. I am great at visioning with others, yet when I try to do it in my life I get “deer-in-the-headlights” paralyzed. Using the SRD tool helps me get unstuck. I’m able to come up with all kinds of possibilities that gently move me into my vision …

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Debbie Vaillancourt

The S/R/D tool supports me to be really “clear” with myself. Ask myself questions so I won’t stay stuck or dive in headfirst. What is the challenge? Okay. Now what? Break it down? What have I done? What could I do? What am I willing to do? This tool is one of the best ways …

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Stacey Grimes Wempe

The first thing that the SRD tool gave me was an awareness that I aimed for the die zone every single time .. and I was failing simply because I pushed too hard, for too much. Inevitably, I bungee-corded back to my comfort zone with my cookies and ice cream. The SRD tool allowed me …

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