More Fully Human
with coach, facilitator, author and consultant
Martha Hamilton is an uncommon blend of rational and intuitive, strategic and empathic, practical and visionary. Martha delights in watching people identify and find freedom from unseen traps of their own making – herself included. She has 25+ years experience designing and successfully implementing groundbreaking strategies in public accounting, business strategy, management, and healthcare technology. She works experientially with individuals and groups, supporting them in unearthing dormant capacities leading to more fulfilling work and personal relationships.
“Martha has normalized a difficult topic that underlies much of our behavior. Her lighthearted and practical approach can surely help all of us take specific steps to improve our relationships.”Tom Curren
How engaging your inner lizard leads to more fulfilling work and personal relationships
You know the feeling…something happens at home, at work, or in a social situation that triggers the “reptile” inside you. Your reptilian brain takes over and you say or do something that you regret and that makes things worse. The good news is that there’s another way: a more advanced operating system that can come online once we learn how to engage it. This quick-read book is packed with practical information on how to engage and strengthen this new way of being.
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“The launching pad for emotional freedom is always yourself.” ― Judith Orloff Have you ever had that experience where things just seem to stop working for you? You wake up one day and you realize that you’ve lost touch with the “flow” of your life. Everything around...read more
I was one angry child. And, with the support of my family system, my schools and the community we lived in, I learned that there was something very wrong with me for feeling so incredibly angry. So, I learned to be nice. To be happy. To smile a lot. To ignore,...read more