“Most of us can have a conversation, but not many of us know how to make it count. The art of conversation is more than learning how to ‘say what you mean and mean what you say without being mean’. It’s also about transcending the limits of a problem, cultivating the collective wisdom in the room and getting to inspired solutions. That’s a conversation that can really make a difference”
The Challenge Process trouble-shoots personal and professional blocks with conversation, community, creativity and consciousness. It is a curated experience, led by an experienced facilitator, where you can call on the collective wisdom of others to ease you through a change, or transform your relationship to a problem.
It's an ancient art, really; women have been doing this throughout time.
Here's how we do it on this retreat: Every day, we set aside time to learn how to ask powerful questions, give fearless feedback, and access inspired solutions unique to you-- all within the context of cultivating a supportive community. It is a rich and robust conversation, made so by the considerable experience in the room, and the freedom we have to discuss big problems without fear of judgment, gossip or reproach. Coming together in ths way is an act of service; talking it out helps others overcome similar obstacles in their own lives, so everyone benefits.
After experiencing the Challenge Process, most people report a feeling of tremendous relief-- because they now have a concrete way of moving through their challenges which they may never have considered before. Plus, they have the support of their peers to pull it off. The best part is that you can take this tool home with you. Many people have helped friends, family or their business community trascend their difficulties using the Challenge Process.
The process is perfect for anyone who desires to connect more deeply to themselves and others, to improve their communication skills, to resolve conflicts both within and outside themselves, but most importantly, to face life’s challenges with their head up, their eyes, ears and heart open.