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Creation Date: 08-29-2009 04:57 AM
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In General 20 Ideas about how to tell your story to habi Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #20 New 11-28-2012 08:46 AM
20 Ideas about how to tell your story to habit holders:

(There is 1 in each of us)


1. Forget yourself.

2. Look at the same technique at different speeds.

3. Change the technique slightly.

4. Exaggerate the part you want to change.

5. Let student self correct.

6. Ask questions.

7. Keep repeating the technique until the habit is noticed by the student

8. Move on to something else and return later with the same approach.

9. Move on to something else and return later with a new approach.

10. Ask for feedback from other students.

11. Do technique with eyes closed.

12. Do technique with one hand.

13. Do technique on one foot.

14. Make suggestions. A little at a time.

15. Be enthusiastic and animated.

16. Praise small achievements.

17. Speak positively.

18. Talk about your own experiences.

19. Find each person's currency.

20. Accept that often experienced students are not willing to let go of the familiar.
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RSS Feed 4 Responses to "20 Ideas about how to tell your story to habi"
#4 12-26-2012 03:15 PM
Thanks, Linda.
#3 12-18-2012 12:57 AM
Linda Eskin Says:
What a great list, Mary. Thank you. Definitely some there that work well on me, and some I'll keep in mind when working with others.
#2 11-28-2012 02:47 PM
Thanks Tom...being an experienced student who can get attached to my own way I have first hand practice with this one.
#1 11-28-2012 02:22 PM
Hi Mary, About 20; one would expect that the more experienced student would also be more open and willing to try something new - but al too often I have found that it is as you say; it is often the experienced student that will not let go of the familiar. Accepting that however is not always an easy thing. Nice blog ! All the best, Tom
 




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