Nature Connection Retreat
Walk the Talk
As ORSC™ professionals, we all have worked hard and extended our hands and our hearts - often beyond our capacity - in service of something bigger than ourselves.
What about you? What does it mean to walk the talk of right relationship, to live the work, and not only to practice it with clients? How can we deepen our own relationship with ourselves, with others, and with the greater entity?
We all know the frustration of trying to overcome a long-standing obstacle or make some other significant change in our lives, only to find our good intentions derailed by potholes and roadblocks that send us careening into the ditch. While some of these obstacles may be external, the truth is that most of what gets in the way of our good intentions comes from inside us. And only by going inside can we find the solution that will genuinely free us up to move forward toward meaningful action that produces lasting results.
A one-day workshop
We all have vast, untapped potential in how we express our relationships. You negotiate your relationship life with huge creativity through many different aspects of your personality and the relationship itself constantly creates roles for us to occupy in order to express itself.
Often we get trapped in stereotypical habits of behavior around these roles: the Powerful Leader, the Nagging Boss, the Nurturing Mother, the Focused Manager, the Playful Friend. Over time, these habits can drain your relationships and zap your energy.