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Have you ever considered the distinction between power and force and how your choice of which to use impacts your interactions with yourself or others?

I have spent a couple-three decades exploring this distinction.  I’d like to share some basic physics with that can have a huge impact on the quality of your life and work.

FIrst off, force is a straight line function.  It is that push and pull we get into. I like to use the example of a hammer.  A hammer is pure force, whcih takes a lot of energy, often repeated energy into a target to get a result.  While this may be effective for somethings, when used with people you can create more resistance and alienation.

On the other hand, there is power.  Power is rotational, it is more efficient and easier typically with how we engage with things. Think of nature, we have tornados and hurricanes they back a lot of power and are also very centered at the same time.

What if you could take that concept of power and apply it to your life and communication and relationships?  I will guarentee you it makes things easier and a whole lot more pleasant for yourself and everyone around you.

You may be thinking “how do that?”  I’ve spent years experimenting and developing a method I call Spiral Impact to help people use power instead of force.  It’s a learnable skill!

Please explore my website to learn more…and contact me if you’d like to talk!

Or, join me in the inaugural Leadership Momentum Intensive!

Let’s roll!  Karen

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