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Awareness, Acknowledgement, Attention, & Action
The 4 A's is a
Personal- Practice Model of Daily Transformation.
The focus of the 4 A's is to be intentional in thoughts and behaviors and owning personal responsibility in all situations.
It's also gaining the ability to understand what works and what doesn't work for you while giving and being the best person that you can be daily.
For most, the thought of eating chocolate cake for breakfast seems a bit ridiculous, not heard of, out of the box, not normal, who does that, or isn’t that for dessert?
In most cases, all those responses would be accurate but what if we want to do something different? What if we wanted to change our view? What would that look like? What if?
Living through being broken is a process of finding out what works and what doesn’t.
It’s about identifying painful situations that don’t work anymore and a painful process of removal.
To grow we must learn to identify, let go, and move through the process.
We are all different. We see and do things differently.
Our worldview is different.
But understanding that, we can agree to disagree or just disagree
is okay…it’s not fake or hatin’… It’s tolerance
To find and use your superpower, you must learn to; recognize, let go, and move through the process.
The detailed story of Audua's drug and alcohol use, and how she transitioned from life in darkness to the light of life.
Is a dialogue on purpose, and where do you fit in?
There is also a look into personal motivation and the need for affirmations?
Audua's personal story of trial, error, and triumph in life and college.
These 2 words are used interchangeably when they both have different meanings and outcomes. We discuss those expectations and outcomes.
A meme is an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture—often with the aim of conveying a particular phenomenon, theme, or meaning represented by the meme. We discuss and identify, how our lives are a series of memes.
Human Beings come with issues, issues that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Issues that are internal and embedded into every fabric of makes us, who we are. Along with that in every encounter with others, we pick up trinkets, which add to our issues. Mix it all and what do you get...Broken?
Gerry Huerth and Audua Pugh facilitate powerful workshops based on differences in worldviews, how they affect our lives, and how we interact with one other.
With recent advances in neurology, we learn that each of us constructs our sense of the world and ourselves. There is no “real world” into which we are all made-up.
Our sense of self and the world emerges from each person’s culture, personal experience, history, and neurology. What we call “conflict” is different worlds contacting each other. It is not a problem but rather a creative opportunity to learn about each other. People with a similar history and culture tend to have worldviews that are more closely related.
Trauma, personal and historical experiences, and sense of self also mold our worldviews. We discuss conflict, conflict resolution, and the 4 A's of transformation.
This workshop is from a 2 hour training to an 8 hour workshop.
We can scratch the surface on the understanding of individuals with different belief systems and cultural backgrounds or dive into how individuals and communities are affected by sensitive topics.
We look forward to hearing from you!