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Visionary

NYTimes Bestselling author 

Iconoclast

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Autodidact 

Systems
Thinker

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Servant Leader

Aspie

Content Expert

Genius

Change Agent

Reformer/Activist 

As an undiagnosed Aspie, I noticed my communications were different from ‘normal’ people when I was 11. I then tried to change my behaviors to show up as ‘normal’, but soon realized real change could only originate in my brain… Read More

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Visionary

NYTimes Bestselling author 

Iconoclast

.

.

Autodidact 

Systems Thinker

Genius

Servant Leader

Aspie

Content Expert

.

Change Agent

Reformer/Activist 

Inventions:

Facilitating Systemic Brain Change

New Book: HOW?

I’ve worked hard to become the person I want to be, spending decades trying to change those of my behaviors I found lacking.

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Helping Buyers Buy

Do you know why folks don’t buy? It’s because they’re  not ready. We can enter earlier and find and guide those who WILL become buyers to Buyer Readiness.  

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Training/ Learning Facilitation

For new learning to occur and become permanent, new circuits must be created in a learner’s brain where there’s a mismatch between the existing and the new data.

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Conscious Brain Change

Have you ever tried to change a behavior or habit and failed? It’s because you must first reprogram your brain.

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Sharon-Drew Talks About Facilitating Insight through AI

Listening Without Bias

Using conventional listening, we listen through biased ears, hearing some fraction of what’s said. It’s our brain’s fault. I’ve developed a way to supersede our brain.

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Questions to Enable Discovery

Questions elicit data and seek answers as per the goals and curiosity of an Asker. To help folks find their own answers without biases, I’ve developed a new form of question.

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13 Stages of Change

Change involves very specific stages, all necessary to achieve congruency and acceptance by the underlying system.

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New Habits for Health

Behavior Mod fails 97% of the time. I’ve designed a model to change habits  without trying to change a behavior by trying to change a behavior.

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Blog

Using current negotiation models, people feel they are giving up more than they want in exchange for receiving less than they deserve. As part of standard practice, negotiation partners going into a negotiation calculate their bottom line – what they are willing to give up, and what they are willing to accept – and then fight, argue, cajole, or threaten when their parameters aren’t met. People have been killed for this. But there is another way.

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