When it comes to the changes she's made in her own life, Hollis Polk prefers "evolutionary change" to "revolutionary change". She likes to
be good at what she does while learning something new at the same time. She likes to practice something new and hone her talent before she feels ready to "hang out a shingle". This was true when she became a clairvoyant and it was true with the photo mandalas that she creates and sells. She admits that she's certainly worked with clients who have made "revolutionary changes" where they've let go of something they've done historically but are "done with" and then move on to something new.
Hollis helps her clients to make the changes they want to make in their lives through clairvoyant readings and hypnocoaching. She also teaches intuition development to help people expand the intuitive skills they already have. Hollis helps people to define the outcomes they want and to clear the blocks that keep them from achieving those outcomes. She cautions that you should "be careful what you ask for" because she's noticed that for many people there are unintended consequences. Someone may "want out" of a particular situation but the way that that happens may not be exactly the way they had envisioned. Hollis especially likes to work with small business owners because when a small business owner makes a change it changes their business as well.
To find out more about Hollis go to http://www.888-4-Hollis.com
When You're Ready to Reinvent Yourself – There's More Than One Right Way.
Evolutionary changes can be small, gradual changes which have profound impact over time. For example you decide to learn something new. You take time to learn the skills and information over a period of time, and practice what you've learned. Eventually you may decide to incorporate the new skills into your work, and you start to make money with the new skills. Much of our growth works this way.
Revolutionary change is often inspired by a shift in your external environment – you're involved in a layoff, a divorce, or a death. It can also be inspired by an internal shift – you decide to change a habit: get rid of an old habit (e.g. quit smoking) or create a new habit (e.g. regular exercise), address a health problem, change careers, or leave a relationship. With revolutionary change there is often a larger, more short term shift that can have a big impact on your life within a short period of time.
Which ever style of change you pursue – enjoy the process. If you need help – get some coaching!