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Edmonton Hypnotherapy CEO Mindset Daily Newsletter-8
Educational Series

Closing the GAP requires us to begin to ask a couple seemingly simple questions:

1. How did I get here? (this place in life)

2. How do I get there? (that place in life I would prefer to be)

Note-the ideas offered below are simplistic and addressed more fully in private programming, workshops, and the online course. The information below is intended to nudge us towards greater awareness, encourage a positive suspicion about how we operate in the now, and generate solution focused thinking towards closing the GAP. If we are to become the CEO of our lives we must be willing to become curious and begin to ask different questions. We cannot do this if we are stuck in a victim mindset.


How did I get here? (this place in life)

  • unhealthy influences (inaccurate information and negative conditioning)
  • tentativeness about innate abilities/preferences/desires
  • sensitivity/vulnerability to external messaging (beliefs, expectations of others)
  • lack of clarity about appropriate long-range personal and/or professional goals
  • inconsistent efforts that do not respect the learning needs of the subconscious mind


How do I get there? (that place in life that I would prefer to be)

  • positive influences (accurate information and positive conditioning)
  • confidence in innate abilities and boldness in acquiring new tools
  • sensitivity to internal environment (awareness of unique needs, desires, abilities)
  • clarity about appropriate long-range personal and/or professional goals
  • consistent efforts that do respect the learning needs of the subconscious mind


Again, I offer the above ideas for your consideration. Delving into the two preliminary questions allows us to begin to question innate ways of being and the ways of being that have become automated via social programming.

1. How did I get here? (this place in life)

2. How do I get there? (that place in life I would prefer to be)

These questions seem simplistic but the reality is that most people struggle with finding helpful solution focused answers that move us forward with grace and ease. If you have come this far with me in the series I applaud you, and encourage you to continue to make good use of the preliminary information I am sharing.

Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW