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    tripphanson
    Adventurer
    @tripphanson

    My name is: Tripp Hanson, MS, LAc
    I teach: Functional Medicine Solutions for Peak Performers and High Achievers to Be
    Why I signed up for The Great eCourse Adventure: Well, anything Tad Hargrave says, I listen to…and frankly, I’ve been through lots and lots of training which seems to be getting me more and more bogged down in the details! I have a need for action, and a need for (some) speed to move this journey forward! I’m loving the creative approach which may just get me out of my perfectionistic mindset, and into some FUN!

    Also, I DO want to learn, to figure out, how to stand out, how to set myself apart, to reach a bunch of like-minded individuals, to help them on their journey with the knowledge and experience I’ve acquired thus far on mine. I’m concerned that the ‘holistic/functional/natural/alternative’ health field is a bit overrun…so I’m in need of a distinctive approach, no doubt!
    What kind of e-course I want to create: I think you’re beginning to catch onto that…but to begin it would be an evergreen course with lots of interactivity, with the possibility of some significant coaching and professional counsel from me as a Functional Medicine professional.

    What makes me come most alive is: Connectivity…Creativity…Intimacy…Contribution…Insight!

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Woohoo for ditching the perfectionist and focusing on fun. Imagine how much fun your clients and customers will have when you focus on fun for this creative journey. My new goal is to make you smile and deep belly laugh ALOT on this journey!!

    My first though on your course: This is something I’ve shared with other health care providers. “Offering something that is an integration tool from the deep one on one work you do with your clients.” It can also be used as a tool to funnel people to you for one-on-one work. But the idea is putting the power back in the clients hands to help them with integrating sessions.”

    It may or may not work for you, but it’s worked for other clients I’ve had 🙂

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    tripphanson
    Adventurer
    @tripphanson

    @bradleytmorris, thank you for that coaching! That sounds like a question to hang out with for awhile…What would an integration tool that puts the power back into my client’s hands look like…?

    Love it.

    #12044

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    Awesome man!!! Stoked to hear it landed home. Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

    HINT: Look at ALL the homework you’ve ever given your clients. Every time you give homework to a client, you are offering tools for an eCourse process 😉

    HINT 2: Ask some of your clients what they’d like for added support.

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    Catherine Fox
    Adventurer
    @catherine_wildfox

    Hello @tripphanson — am having fun running around the fires like a little fox. Have to pipe up and say my answer to “what is an integration tool that puts power back into client’s hands” is THEIR OWN BODY. Or perhaps — being able to listen to/process with their body. This idea of “integration” is a big one emerging for me lately – also the theme of how to put the power in the client’s hands rather than having to ‘fix’ them. (I’m an Osteopathic manual therapist who no longer wants to be a therapist or to ‘fix’people, so on a vision quest to find out what I really offer.)

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    tripphanson
    Adventurer
    @tripphanson

    @catherine_wildfox Sorry I didn’t respond to this earlier! I’m so grateful for the input…and yes! It’s about empowering folks to understand their bodies, and to have tools and systems in place to translate the messages that their bodies are trying to communicate…

    And a big fat YES to NOT FIXING. Doesn’t really help over the long haul anyhow, does it!?

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