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213 – Writing the 12-step Program Notes Move Your Desk

Recently, I decided to do a 12-step program by myself. Many out there follow the general approach that Alcoholics Anonymous uses for addiction recovery. As part of the process, you write notes to those you want to forgive, ask forgiveness from, or just plain right a wrong that you feel about the relationship. It's not about making the relationship right, but rather more of a way of YOU deciding that you want to free your heart and mind toward personally developing regardless of how the other person feels about your changes. I've re-engaged in writing notes more frequently due to this process. It's hard, rewarding, and uncomfortable. But worth it. I've found other reasons to write notes and tell people about certain impressions that come to mind. If only because I've benefitted from others doing the same for me. #nudge #spiritualnudge #12steps #addictionarecovery #notewriting #letterwriting #gratitude #allboatsrisetogether #moveyourdesk #podcast #impressions #followingthenudge #followingtheimpressions #compliments #forgiveness
  1. 213 – Writing the 12-step Program Notes
  2. 212 – Creating the Spiritual Imagery – Kim Richards
  3. 211 – The Loneliness of Diversity
  4. 210 – Seeing through Obstacles
  5. 209 – Aspiring Despite the Push Back – Zoey McBee

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J. Palmer – Operations Executive, Veterans Transitions Coach

I came to Rebecca in a career and life crisis. She helped me navigate my career, financials, and life choices by providing guidance, guides and frameworks. Our professional and candid discussions helped me map out my goals and work the steps toward achievement. Before coaching, I struggled with finding my voice and my value. I highly recommend Move Your Desk and Rebecca Clark’s coaching program.

D. Wood, Program Manager

As a storyteller, Rebecca Clark is gifted. As a coach, she is wise, sharing lessons formed in the crucible of a complex and challenging career. Shows of this variety tend to offer seen-it-a-thousand-times platitudes. Rebecca’s insight comes from the lived-in place of experience. Subscribe. Listen. Become attuned to her voice, it’s one you can trust.

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