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Business-Life Coaching with Dhyan

Posted by on Sep 27, 2016 in Consulting | 0 comments

Short Term – Solution Focused Coaching Are you challenged by habits or attitudes that keep you from business success?  Do you have trouble marketing consistently and your potential client pipeline shows it? Dhyan calls on her years as a business consultant and psychotherapist to help you decrease or eliminate patterns that hold you back. She helps you create step-by-step action plans and helps you stay accountable to your plan.  This is coaching, not psychotherapy.  Short Term-Solution Focused Coaching consists of weekly sessions purchased in blocks of 4. Participation in this...

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Consulting / Training Options

Posted by on Sep 27, 2016 in Consulting | 0 comments

Free Initial Consultation  Are you thinking about working with me but would like to talk to me first?  Great.  I would be happy to offer you a free 15 minute initial consultation.  You can see what it is like to work with me and together we can decide if what you are looking for is something I offer. To schedule your free consultation call me:  Dhyan 303-415-0243 or go to the contact page and send me an email. test product   Single, 60 Minute Session  Single sessions are scheduled “on request.”  If you have some area of your business that is stopping you or slowing you...

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Starting a Memory Saving Business

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

It is easy to catch the memory saving bug.  Interviewing others about their life stories and the stories of their ancestors is fascinating and the joy people express when you hand them their final product is deeply rewarding. So how do you start if you want to be a memory-saver?  Basically there are two things you need to get in place in order to get your business going. The first thing is to choose the product you want to sell.  Let’s say that what you would like most to do is interview others and capture their memories and stories for them and future generations of their family....

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What to do when you are called by the New York Times

Posted by on Sep 2, 2016 in blog | 2 comments

The initial contact was by email. The journalist, Alina Tugend, wrote that she was writing an article for the New York Times about the business of personal history and would I consent to be interviewed. One of my clients, also mentioned in the article, had referred her to me. I called Alina back immediately… point #1:  don’t wait to call the journalist back, even if you feel “unprepared.” I told her I would be delighted to be interviewed and asked when would she like to speak with me. (I would have rescheduled almost anything on my calendar for this!) Then the work,...

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New York Times!

Posted by on Sep 2, 2016 in blog | 0 comments

Yesterday, Sept 1, 2016, there was an article in the New York Times that mentioned my business!  The article entitled “Have a story to tell?  Your Personal Memoirist is Here!” interviewed two very successful personal  historians, Kitty Axelson-Berry and Mary O’Brien Tyrrell, one beginning personal historian, Kit Dwyer, and me as a person who has taught client-finding-skills to personal historians since 2003. Here is a link to the article I was absolutely thrilled to have my business written about in the New York Times!  One of my hopes is that people out there who read...

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