Re-creating super clarity to increase the chances of being successful in creating our business goal. That’s what these quarterly meetings are for.

We redesign the movement towards your goal, update our head and heart to reality. That’s why I call them Redesign sessions.

I also call them mini retreats because they feel like blessed, sacred time that I have stolen away from the doing-cycle, just for me. For me because I really like creating the things I like to create :- ) I block my calender, shut off my phone, make sure I am alone or at least alone in my tiny office space and basically say no to the world for a little while.

The 4 sessions that together are the Redesign Cycle highlight and adjust how we relate to change. You know, change, that inescapable factor of life that can be relied upon to mess with your very best plans and intentions. People who can easily work with change are the ones ending up as skilled creators. (and the world can use some more of those!)

The meetings are scheduled in alignment with the changes in the solar cycle because I like the idea of riding the wave of a natural change cycle while I redesign my own change efforts.

Redesign sessions
The sessions are also about dogs and employment.
Just so you know.

I have designed the redesign sessions based upon Robert Fritz work of Structural Dynamics and my own process of trial and error during the last years while I created a recurring structure to support me in making the movement towards my entrepreneurial goal sustainable, prone to succeed and … enjoyable 🙂

For 2021 these are the dates and times of the Redesign Cycle:

  • Monday March 20 – 9:30-11:30 am CET
  • Monday June 21 – 9:30 – 11:30 am CET
  • Monday September 23 – 9:30 – 11:30 am CET
  • Monday December 21 – 9:30 – 12:00 am CET and 1:00 – 3:30 pm CET

The outcome is set in stone: creating clarity to increase your chances of making things happen. The how will be an adventure 🙂

For this first year I will keep it super affordable while I experiment. Think of € 120 for the whole cycle. €25 per session. The Christmas session € 56. Prices are ex VAT and I would like something else in return: your testimonial + your answers to a few evaluation questions.

I am building up my fee to it’s true value (am thinking € 400 for the whole cycle, €85 per session, € 145 for the Christmas session) . Considering that this group is only open for people who have already worked with me, I want to keep it very affordable.

If you didn’t get the clarity and realignment necessary for getting closer to your goal, I will gladly refund your money. But I would be so surprised to be asked to do this.

Remember the smart dog from this article about why New Year’s resolutions are predictabily hard to stick with?

The mind is like a really smart dog. If you don’t give it a job to do, it will get into trouble.

Rosalind Fritz
Redesign sessions

The Redesign Cycle is my way of giving the smart dog in my head a job to do, which it loves. And yes, it has gotten way better at staying out of trouble 🙂

If you want to put your own smart dog to work, please allow me. For now the Redesign sessions are open for people who have done the Skills for Change group training or have otherwise incorporated Roberts work solidly into their entrepreneurial life. If you still want to join, contact me.

I started the Skills for Change groups at the end of 2020 in attempt to find out if I could create an affordable format to bring business consultancy to solo entrepreneurs who wouldn’t normally think of hiring a consultant. This group is for people who like the idea of working through the same process towards clarity together with other solo entrepreneurs while sharing the costs of doing strategic work with a consultant. There is also some ‘home work’ involved in this format, which is not the case in one on one, or one on team work.

Click the links to read more about the Skills for Change groups or the Skills for Change one on one or team consultancy.

All picture credits go to (the dogs with good jobs of) Apricot Lane Farms – a regenerative farm which has also produced the marvelous movie The biggest little farm.