Learn to ride life‘s waves
If you’re here, I’m guessing that something isn’t quite right with you. Feeling stuck? We can get things moving. You’re not broken. You have all the resources you need to make it through these tough times. I can help you find them. The good news? Your greatest strengths are also likely your greatest weaknesses. Your greatest weakness? Likely sources of undiscovered strength. The changes you want to make are much closer than you think. You’re just going to have to make a choice to step out of the known and into the world of ‘different’.
Everything you’ve done and currently do, you’ve needed to in order to survive. That’s a ‘creative adaptation’. Together we figure out where these adaptations work and where they don’t. And, you’ll get better at being comfortable with being uncomfortable. That seems contradictory. It is. And, over time apparent contradictions will likely make more sense. Life will be tough again. With help, you’ll be better prepared to deal.
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I’m a psychotherapist and artist. For over twenty five years, I have helped people take an unconventional approach to changing their lives.
Together, we get weird, explore with curiosity, embrace discomfort and figure out what works best for you so you have more authority in your life.
If you’re here, it’s likely that your normal isn’t working. More of your shitty normal won’t help you improve your life. Here, we embrace different and open up to weirdness. Change can be difficult. You have all the tools you need to make it happen. The change you seek is likely closer than you think.
Jim challenges you to look into the root of problems from a genuine place. Like any agent of change, he would not get a person to look squarely on at their trials and tribulations, fostering ownership of their frailties if he had not gone through that process himself. His own self discovery gives him the insight to push people to their potential, sometimes to uncomfortable places. Jim is at once curious and present. It is this infectious curiosity which makes people want to talk to him, but also makes him strive to find the ‘realness’ in every person and situation. Lucy Decoutere
My company, Nulogy, worked with Jim to help prepare and facilitate an all-company retreat and workshop. Jim was very attentive and detailed oriented during the preparation of the workshop, and wanted to customize the content to make it most impactful. I found his greatest skills as a facilitator to be able to listen and improvise with the group. I believe Jim’s innately embodies a “servant leadership” style, being humble, trustworthy, caring and empowering. Attending our two-day workshop were several other speakers and members from our board of directors and advisory, who also felt Jim’s style to be unique, and the workshops themselves to be memorable. From the event, the team took away artwork that we all co-created, which personified Nulogy’s view of the future. Jason Tham, CEO Nulogy