The key to session preparation


We are sometimes asked, especially by new clients how best to prepare for a session so we thought it may be helpful to put a few pointers down on the subject. By preparing for a session we can get straight down to work and optimize our time together, so before each meeting consider the following and make yourself some notes.

– Ask yourself what you would like to get out of the session that day.
-Recap your homework. How much of the session would you like to spend debriefing, celebrating and discussing challenges?
– Consider how you are feeling, is there something that has come up since the last session that you want to deepen some learning around?
– Are you in a place where you would like to try a visualization technique such as a life purpose or future self journey?
– Is it time for some evaluation around your commitments and goals?
– What would you like to be held accountable for?

By having a list you will be able to ensure that everything you want to cover is discussed and if for whatever reason time doesn’t allow for every item we can make sure to capture it and have the topic ready for the next call.

Be well and sparkle,
The folks from The Red Barn
P.S Please leave a comment if you found this helpful or if you have a query


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