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Creating capacity for change
Unlock your capacity for change
‘If you want something you’ve never had, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.‘ Thomas Jefferson
Keys for change
Three essential attributes for effective change
‘You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.’
Roy T. Bennett
‘No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.’
‘That is what compassion does. It challenges our assumptions, our sense of self-limitation, worthlessness, of not having a place in the world. As we develop compassion, our hearts open.’
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Wall of C-Changers
Di shares her wealth of knowledge and wisdom in a truly caring way. She offers no judgement or condemnation but only love and acceptance of each person in her sphere. I recommend Di to anyone who is hurting or in need of wise counselling.
Thank you Di for the part you’ve played in bringing me full circle in this part of my journey. I no longer fear the unknown.
We learnt how to really listen to each other, lay aside assumptions and work through our differences.
A.R. & S.R.
Di is amazing. Recommended for absolutely anyone. So easy to talk to and very encouraging.
Mum of two children with Autism
I didn’t think change was possible. But Di helped me see the patterns of thinking that had blocked me from setting goals and Di helped me hang in long enough to achieve them.
Personal details changed for reasons of confidentiality.
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‘Personal growth is not a matter of learning new information but of unlearning old limits.’
C-Change Counsellor & Coach
From Di’s Blog
Feel the fear and go to the edge anyway.
If you could ask someone you respect and admire (past or present) to dinner, who would it be and why? Let me answer by telling a story. In my fresher year as a Uni student, I became quite enamoured with the ‘carefree’ lifestyle I could enjoy being a young adult…
To write or not to write… or draw, collage, paint, doodle, dot point or photograph. Over the years of being mentored I’ve always been asked if I keep a journal. And now, I ask the same question of my clients.Do you keep a journal?Responses range from; “Nah”, “Never”, “Did years…
It is always a bittersweet experience to leave our home state of Tassie. It’s certainly not a new experience for us since our first big move to Sydney in the early 80’s. We left then as young newly married adventurers and idealists wanting to change the world. We had no…
In the midst of packing, moving house and preparing to leave our wonderful home state of Tasmania (yet again), I created some precious moments of pause in the day. Yes, pausing in the midst of the adrenaline-fueled craziness that flurries around to distract me from noticing the beauty of simple…
Going deeper into spirituality requires a recognition of our resistance, our self-deceptions and our in-grained habits of trying so hard to do it all alone.