Learn the Slow Dance Methodology and turn your biggest challenges and toughest adversaries into smooth stepping partners on the dance floor of life.
You know you are a Slow Dancer when you maintaing the pace of “one step at a time” even as everyone around you is vying to make the dance go faster you continue with a steady and rhythmic pace of one step at a time.
Not only will that make you stand out on the ball room dance floor it will also make you stand out in a crowd when chaos is around.
Chaos fears the Slow Dancer, because he or she will not allow themselves to be directed by the events at hand. Even when everything and everyone around the Slow Dancer begins to swirl out of control – the Slow Dancer remains steady-on.
Here are the 4-Key steps for beginning a Slow Dance with a distressed person
1- Normalize our rate of respiration – focus on inhalation and exhalation
2- Water – get or have the person get a glass of water
The act of drinking water requires us to drink slowly
3 – Sit down – have the person sit down while they are talking to you
4 – Ask, “When was the last time you ate?”
Food is grounding. They can get some crackers to chew on and help them get grounded before they do anything else.
The key is to slow down our tasks and notice each step along the way. As we practice we are able to call upon the skill of Taking One Step at a time
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