I am committed to helping people find the ways over, under, around, and through whatever stands between them and their successes—and proving that we can do it all ethically, morally, and without harm to others.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 06, 2016
The word “conflict” is laden with negative connotations and is, from many perspectives, something to avoid if at all possible. In her book ‘DIY Conflict Resolution: Seven Choices and Five Actions of a Master,’ Nance L. Schick uncovers the truth about conflict—that it manifests globally, culturally as well as in relationships, careers, business deals, and deep within the human mind, body and soul. She also shares her interactive program for identifying, evaluating, and resolving conflict that impedes living authentically.
In 2008, Schick developed the Third Ear Conflict Resolution Program™, which is at the foundation of her book—techniques she has used with clients (as well as herself and her loved ones) for nearly a decade. After suffering a life-changing personal tragedy, Schick decided that it was time to share her techniques on a larger scale. She courageously tells her story in this updated version of her book. “My experience scared me into finally writing the book. I finished the manuscript and talked to more people about my vision,” says Schick. “I learned that there are many of us who want to facilitate peace and deep resolution. I hope that this book helps millions of people begin their journey toward mastery of the skills necessary.”
Using her experience, knowledge, and training as an attorney and conflict resolution coach, Schick converted her techniques into a Do-It-Yourself program that can be used by anyone and in many situations that require resolution of disputes and conflicts. Schick developed what she calls the “Seven Choices” which are initial steps in the program including self-forgiveness, opening up the mind and emotions, and listening on a deeper level with an open heart and sincere concern and intentions. Embracing these Seven Choices and following her Five Actions (define, identify, determine, create, and maintain), explains Schick, will help develop inner space and peace—listening with the third ear—and allow for thoughtfulness and care in evaluating and resolving conflicts and discord.
Her program includes exercises for self-reflection, self-evaluation, and assessing satisfaction, happiness, and effectiveness in all areas of life. There is work involved in following this program, but the gains are immeasurable. Her book is easy to follow and the tasks are accompanied by a strong narrative of her own story, as well as case studies of clients with whom she has helped achieve new levels of personal and professional success. “I am committed to helping people find the ways over, under, around, and through whatever stands between them and their successes—and proving that we can do it all ethically, morally, and without harm to others. Ideally, this book will reawaken their creativity and compassion in ways that benefit all of us.”
‘DIY Conflict Resolution: Seven Choices and Five Actions of a Master’ is published in eBook and paperback format by eBookIt.com and is now available at popular online retailers including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and Apple’s iBookstore.
Review copies of ‘DIY Conflict Resolution: Seven Choices and Five Actions of a Master’ are available to media contacts upon request. Nance L. Schick is available for interviews.
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About the Author
Nance L. Schick is a New York City attorney, mediator and conflict resolution coach who serves as the “Chief Resolution Officer" for her employer-clients in high-risk industries--and the people within them. Her clients include large multinational corporations in the construction materials, elevator and funeral services industries, as well as small entities in art, beauty, entertainment, fashion, holistic health, and music. Nance is a former Human Resources Supervisor, Minor League Sports Agent and Sports Facility Manager who mixes her diverse background to create innovative solutions to age-old problems. She is also the creator of the Third Ear Conflict Resolution program, which has inspired a number of books, workbooks, audio programs, and practice tools. For more information, go to http://www.nschicklaw.com or http://www.thirdearprogram.com.
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