Principles of RSM #5: The ultimate responsibility for change rests with the client

This principle is perhaps more straightforward and easy to explain than some of the others, as it relies on an expression we’ve all heard: you can’t change someone who doesn’t want to change. Blogger Suzanne Ashkam recently posted this gem about nurturance, and the tendency of many of us to try and shape and moldContinue reading “Principles of RSM #5: The ultimate responsibility for change rests with the client”

Moving from habit to choice

Today I came across this very simple and straightforward blog post from Kristen Barton Cuthriell about behaviors and consequences. The post is full of sound advice about what happens when you make particular choices, and how thinking through the consequences can help you make the right ones. A few examples: When you choose to stayContinue reading “Moving from habit to choice”