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Bibliography Sullivan, W. and Rees, J. (2008) Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds, Carmarthen: Crown House Publishing. 8 Hold up a mirror and the client will do the rest Peter Melrose Purpose Clients can sometimes struggle with issues of confidence, especially in the face of tough new challenges. Addressing the underlying issue is one approach, but sometimes clients need only to see themselves clearly in a ‘mirror’ to find that they know what to do to succeed. New confidence then flows from that realization.
For example, you may lack discipline in your fitness regime, spiritual practice or other areas of your life. You may refuse to let go of your salary to start a business. You know where you are holding back. List three comfort zones. Step 2: Name a comfort zone you are ready to challenge Detail one comfort zone you are ready and willing to change. Break it down, answering the following three questions: ᭻ ᭻ ᭻ • How does it hold you back? What are your fears? How do you know you are ready to change?
Most importantly, use summarizing statements to bring into sharp relief the choices to act the client would like to make in their own words. Offer affirmation and encouragement of the decision to act. For example, one client was struggling with a predecessor who cast a long shadow. She felt intimidated. I asked what he was doing, what the impact was on her team, how she felt and how she was responding as the team leader. As she talked, I noticed that her desire to take a strong stance in defence of her new role was growing.