DARE TO RETHINK work is strongly influenced by the work developed by Britta and Lee Eskey at COR (www.corexperience.com). DARE TO RETHINK methodology is based in the body, in scientifically-proven somatic principles that enable you to release your past, powerfully step into your present and then therefore being able to consciously decide the direction of your future.
DARE TO RETHINK uses theories developed by Eric Berne and taken forward by Rosemary Napper at taworks (www.taworks.co.uk). DARE TO RETHINK richly illuminates the relationships within oneself and between individuals, groups and systems. It provides concepts to consider personality, a theory of communication and a model of systems.
DARE TO RETHINK uses the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) or Compassionate Communication approach developed by Marshall Rosenberg. NVC is about connecting with ourselves and others from the heart. It's about seeing the humanity in us all. It's about recognising our commonalities and differences and finding ways to make life better for all of us.
DARE TO RETHINK is also influenced by the work developed of Noel Janis-Norton. When appropriate it uses Noel's common-sense approach to effective solution focussed techniques, using the question 'How can you do something different to get a different result?'.
The DARE TO RETHINK methodology was developed by the teachings and inspiration of teachers with whom I have worked directly. Thank you for showing me new pathways:
Britta Eskey, Lee Eskey, the Leadership & Development Training group of 2017/18, the Advanced Leadership & Facilitation Training group of 2018/19, Gina Holland, Debbie Beauchamp, Rajyo Markman, Mark Vandeneijnde, Sujith Ravindran, Ralph Lewis, Deva Premal, Miten, Montose, Noel Janis-Norton, Hanne Templedal, Johnny Templedal, Jake Chapman, Eva Chapman, Leora Lightwoman, Rosemary Napper, Stefan Ohletz, Michael Loader, Christopher Potts, Christopher Greenfield, Jill Hicks, Myrtle Wyatt.
I am deeply grateful to the teachers whose work and lives I have studied. Thank you for being patterns and examples:
Eric Berne, Marshall Rosenberg, Eckhardt Tolle, Marianne Willamson, Byron Katie, Carl Jung, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Kory Kogon, Leena Rinne, Adam Merril, Franklin Covey Institute, Stephen R. Covey, Benjamin Franklin, George Fox, William Penn, Elizabeth Fry, Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama, Bert Hellinger, Robert Moore, Rod Boothroyd, Jack Kornfield, Ken Wilber, Otto Scharmer, Sheryl Sandberg.
And of course, my family and close friends who are and continue to be my biggest teachers. Thank you for growing me:
Hanne Pascall-Vanner, Andrew Thornton, Rebecca Prosser, Colette Sykes, Mark Jackson, Caroline Jackson, Emily Miles, Paul Ingram, Chris Gibbon, Helen Krause, Neil Johnson, Robin Vanner, Aina Pascall, James Pascall, Sarah Pascall, Al Pascall, Bee Pascall, Phil Sorrell, Austin Fido, Elizabeth Eudora Pascall, Virginia Synders, Alice Pawson, Anthea Iles, Aidy Muccioli, Pavanne Chatha.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.