• Posted: September 2012
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Getting commitment from Friends and Family; Part 1

When people we love dearly ask to do a piece of change work commitment can be an issue on both sides. One of the main ways to garner commitment from a client is financially; in a lot of cases if they pay for a session that’s is a method of getting their commitment , as us English folks don’t like throwing money down the toilet: )

If you do a session with someone for free and they are not totally committed they often feel as if is a case of nothing lost, nothing gained. Now of course I don’t expect you to charge your children, siblings, parents ect…. but you do need to get commitment from them for the work to be effective.

How do you do this?

More tomorrow!!

Until then


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