Ask the Elder – Dr. Bob Stecker
Ask the Elder is a monthly subscription service offering “Wisdom on Demand.” It’s a quick phone call, text, or email with Dr. Bob. This quick access can give you a fresh perspective, based on history and experience that only a “wise guy” can provide.
This is not a major, hours-long, in-depth conversation – a “whole meal.” It’s a snack, a quick pick-me-up attitude adjustment that we need and want NOW, in the moment.
Think of a recent example of a time when it would have really been nice to talk to someone who would understand, who could be calm FOR YOU while you figured things out.
They say “a stitch in time saves nine.” This means – solve problems when they are small. Don’t wait for them to get bigger and more costly. A quick, timely, focused interaction with Dr. Bob can save time and money over the long haul – at being 90 years old, Dr. Bob knows about the long haul.
Dr. Bob can help anyone who is in crisis, personally or in their business, to decide on next steps. To realize the value in actions taken, to regain awareness of the reality, and to see a vision for opportunities on the horizon, ASK THE ELDER.
Ask the Elder – Relief and wisdom are just a phone call away!
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“My work is to guide clients through transitions.” – Dr. Bob Stecker
Transitions are a constant part of our life. Some may need guidance from time to time, especially when going through a particularly rough spot.
What does a guide (Elder) do?
- The guide has extensive experience and “knows the territory.” So, the guide can take you directly to where the action is, cutting down on search time and “wandering in the wilderness.”
- The guide helps you to clarify specifically: what really are your goals? The guide then points out options appropriate to accomplish these goals.
- Metaphorically speaking, the guide leads you to the best places to hunt, fish, or take photographs. Once there, of course YOU do your own hunting and fishing. The experience is yours.
The toughest part of problem-solving is in clarifying what, specifically, is the problem. After finding clarity, the solutions appear.