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As a speaker,
Darren is genuine, trustworthy, ethical, and knowledgeable.He speaks from his own experiences which lends credibility to his spoken word.
- J. Tamura, President CJ Horizons Inc dba Country Clutter, Albuquerque
Let me put it this way, anytime that Darren is being featured, either as a speaker or trainer, I will make the effort to participate.
- Participant, Santa Fe Women’s Council of Realtors
His speech was informative and positive. He not only gave his speech, but also interacted with the people in the meeting. I walked away with valuable information regarding a business I did not think was attainable.
– K. Chavez, Village of Los Lunas
Informative, Motivating. Darren is a polished speaker. What I liked best? “His knowledge and insight!”
- C. Murray, Village of Los Lunas
Our group truly enjoyed his presentation. He is very personable and engaging… He had excellent examples of how we all hold on to things in our life and the importance of letting go when the time is right.
- M. DeMott, Santa Fe Chapter, Women’s Council of Realtors
Excellent, informative, very good communicator!
M. Rosen, Albuquerque, NM
As an Organization Development Expert,
He understanding and encouraging, firmly and gently. He is accepting of where I am right now and encourages me to move forward through barriers.
- B. Russell, Certified Arborist, Albuquerque
Darren takes the time to really listen and understand people. His advice is not cookie -cutter gibberish; it is tailored to each individual. He does exactly what he says he will do. He works with integrity and honesty.
- Patricia Woods, Owner, Lone Star Strategic Consulting
Darren went to great lengths to provide everything he promised.
- D. Luke, Owner, MamaBearsPlace dot com
My personal motto that sums up Letting Go of Stuff® is::
“Think Differently, BE Better!”
Letting Go of Stuff applies to business and at the individual level. I use the concepts in my book as the foundation for business coaching, as well as the supporting premise for the personal development coaching.
The definition of Letting Go of Stuff is broken in to two parts.
PART 1 – Letting Go is about consciously choosing to focus on the things that you can control, are applicable to your goals, and that are currently on your life’s dashboard.
PART 2 – Stuff is a matter of a particular kind, yet unspecified, that is introduced in to the body by humans. In other words, our thoughts become one main symptom of our STUFF.
For one to move forward (let go), one must focus on what can be controlled and release the energy that is being placed on the things that can not be controlled. This is done, quite simply, by managing one’s thoughts.
I am not talking about only making positive affirmations , or thinking positively; although when combined with other techniques, these work well. I am talking about tapping in to the core beliefs of a person, becoming more aware and conscious of internal conversations and thought patterns, and choosing to change those patterns and beliefs.
In business, Letting Go of Stuff is about helping the owner(s) of the business to identify what fears, shortcomings, and thought patterns are interfering with the growth and development of that business. Often with not for profits the board of directors keeps the organization stuck in a rut.
Also with not for profits, the executive levels sometimes get so caught up in the cause, they forget about the fact that they are running a business.