Today on Venita’s View, I am extremely delighted to hear that guest Eileen Broer will be discussing the topic “unfinished business.” I dare say all of us if we live long enough will have unfinished business at some point in our lives or business that we have deemed is finished but is it truly finished? It is really easier I think to determine when work related business is finished or not. One way of determining for myself if business at work is finished is by submission of requested project by the deadline. The project may be finished at least if you have honored the requested deadline. Then you wait for pending questions and or additions to the assignments based on your work product. However, I think it gets a little trickier when it comes to “matters of the heart.” For example, about nine years ago I received a phone call from my ex-husband that had successfully located me Continue reading
February 7, 2011
Listen to the show: Releasing Unfinished Business to Improve the Quality of Your Life
Show description: Eileen Broer, President of The Human Dimension, walks us through the steps to complete Unfinished Business – even when it includes someone who can’t or won’t meet us halfway – or when we’re not able or ready to confront the other person.
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9 Facts about Unfinished Business
- Occurs when experiences are not completed for some reason.
- Often due to avoidance or conflict.
- Contains memories and associations Continue reading
Ever have thoughts that won’t leave you alone, or that keep you up at night? Ever argue with someone inside your head? Ever know intuitively that someone has an issue with you, but chosen to ignore it…smooth it over? You are likely experiencing the power of Unfinished Business. We all experience Unfinished Business in our lives – it is part of the human condition.
Using Gestalt psychology, Eileen Broer teaches us steps we can take to complete Unfinished Business – even when it involves someone who can’t or won’t meet us halfway, or when the relationship is not important enough to confront the other person. We learn why completing our Unfinished Business is one of the most helpful things we can do for our health, well-being and personal growth, and that of our friends, co-workers, teammates and family.
About Eileen Broer:
Eileen is a highly respected executive coach and organization development consultant for over thirty years. She served as vice president/corporate vice president of three Fortune 500 companies, and has coached and consulted to hundreds of individuals, parents, executives, and leadership teams all over the world. She has co-facilitated countless personal growth, leadership development, and human interaction laboratories and Gestalt self-awareness groups. She has been president of several associations and served on several Boards. She has received awards for her leadership.