why driver matters and, for that matter, why febi matters
The patterns are always teaching me something. I just had a FEBI debrief session yesterday with a terrific physical therapist. Her specialty is working with pelvic floor dysfunction (related to incontinence, chronic pelvic and abdominal pain etc.). I was telling her about this base-of-the-abdomen area also being the Driver center – which you can feel anytime you start pushing. She mentioned that studies show that these base muscles are triggered before one initiates any sort of movement – from taking a step to opening a door knob – to stabilize the body. Often when people are weak in this area, she notices they’re not assertive, don’t get to the point, and other signs of low Driver. She’s doing some great work helping people regain health in this area, and now she knows even more about the energy her work enables.
Suzanne, one of our FEBI Certified Coaches, wrote to me today saying how much the FEBI was helping her in her leadership coaching, and how she was spreading word of it all over. I wish there were a million Suzannes, because then millions more people would find FEBI, and millions more people would find that it has a way of expanding one’s capacity like no other tool I’ve come across. Most of you who come here are already FEBI certified, but with our winter certification starting soon (Feb 27), this would be a great time to spread the word all over. And if you’ve been thinking about FEBI, and thinking you’ll get to certification eventually, dive in now, and maybe what you learn will make you better equipped to handle all your other demands. And if you don’t even know what FEBI stands for, but could use a great coaching tool or leadership consulting tool, talk to us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Published on Feb 10 2012
Last Updated on Jul 31 2019