Before this course, I had already made major changes in my life. I began to follow Christ, and the Holy Spirit began to make changes in me. Although, I had already made major changes in my life, I still had other changes to make. I found IEC very insightful. It was interesting to have a map to how the brain works, as a tool I can use to continue to grow.
I enjoy the non-judgmental approach that IEC provides. If anyone judges, it’s us judging ourselves. But there’s good news, we can choose to change ourselves and become someone we would like to become.
Everyone thinks they are normal. I always say that there is no such thing as normal. The popular opinion is what defines normal. That’s what’s great about the quality world. We decide what we want, what makes us happy. After we know what we want, we can evaluate what we have, compared to what we want. It is up to us to make the changes needed to reach our goal. The map of the brain brings all of that into perspective, letting us know we have choices.
IEC plays a part in my plan, to help people. This course has given me the tools I need to be successful in that. Some people need a road map of their brain to make changes. As I mentioned earlier, a person won’t change until he sees in himself the things he needs to change. My goal is to take what I’ve learned and pass it on to others as best I can.
IECAST is a 501 (c)(3), Public Benefit, non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating productive and mindful individuals, families, and organizations. We bring this vision into reality by developing diverse, internally empowered leaders who use the principles and practices of Choice Theory® as taught through the Internal Empowerment Coaching program. Our goal is to teach individuals, families, and organizations to reframe, reorganize, and reallocate resources to become effective coaches and leaders.