Self-Coaching, Transaction Analysis
We only have so much time in a life time. Time structuring can improve our efficiency in using the time we have and the quality of our time with others.
• Review the work logs. Work is often assigned based on how long it is expected to take. Are fifteen minute reports taking an hour to complete? Is a one hour drawing update taking all day to finish due to interruptions? If there is a large discrepancy between expected time and actual time to complete,
This technique recognizes that one is in fact in communication with the subconscious, and is based on this, rather than physical tapping on select meridian points, as with EFT.
BSFF also uses techniques like muscle-testing, borrowed from NLP, to determine if the treatment has worked or further treatment is needed.
Transactional analysis is a very powerful tool for self-coaching. In understanding oneself and modifying one's behavior, awareness and vigilance.
Awareness means that one should understand and be able to recognize patterns of behavior with predetermined endings, in order to be able to take avoiding action, if necessary.
When we look further into this question of time, we have all experienced the phenomenon of subjective time, with a clock usefully representing objective time. “The watched pot never boils”, says an old idiomatic expression. This is subjective time – an anticipated event seems to take much longer to happen,