Photo: Stephen Lesavich

I took this picture in the parking lot of the health club I belong to.  What the picture shows is the outline of what in the previous week was a very large pile of snow.

As you can see the snow collected alot of dirt and other garbage.  When the snow melted, the dirt and garbage was deposited on the surface of the parking lot creating an outline of where the snow previously existed.

You can click on the picture to enlarge it to see it better.

Its interesting that when the snow pile melted the dirt and garbage formed an “arc” shape.

Our 3 > 2 coaching framework is based in part on arcs.

Arcs” are both things and actions.  As a thing (noun), an “arc” is defined as “a continuous portion of a curved line.”  As an action (verb), an “arc” is defined as  “following a course or path along a continuous portion of a curved line.”

An arc represents a “boundary” or “perimeter” and a “path” that is followed along the arc in an upward or downward direction.

Your life is defined by a set of “life arcs.”  Your set of life arcs includes a “major life arc” and multiple “minor life arcs.”

Your major life arc is an outer boundary that you operate within during your daily life.  Your major life arc is also your “comfort zone.”

Your set of life minor life arcs include a set of internal and external boundaries for behavioural constructs for the principals and beliefs you live by.

Have you ever thought about how much energetic dirt and garbage you have accumulated on you life arcs so far?

If you want to initate change in your life or handle unwanted change, you will need to change your current behavioural constructs you live by and remove the energetic dirt and garbage that is preventing your from creating a ife you truly desire.

How do you do remove the energetic dirt and garbage from your own life arcs?

1. Make a list of your own internal and external boundaries which represent your major life arc and your set of minor life arcs.

Your “internal” boundaries include knowing and understanding your responsibilities to yourself and to others.  Your “external” boundaries include rules and principles you live by, including what you will or will not, say, do or allow.

2. Identify which of internal and external boundaries may be blocking you from initiating change or handling unwated changed that has entered your life.

These blocks have been created based on the decisions you have made, and contiue to make, and how you react to situations and events that have occurred, and continue to occur in your life.

3.  Committ to making different decisions and reacting in different ways to initiate change or handling unwated changed that has entered your life.

Marking new and different decisions and reacting in new and different ways allows you to experience transitions, transformation and personal growth and experience your “real life.”

Your “real life” is the sum total of ALL of possible experiences availble to you, not just those you currently experience inside your current major life arc and your set of minor life arcs.

 A 3 > 2™ coach can help you identify and remove the energetic dirt and garbage on your life arcs to help create the life your truly desire.

Out There on the Edge of Everything®…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

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