What Would You Do?

It’s 2am.

The phone rings.

At first you ignore it and hope it stops. It rings again, and again, and again. Finally, you stumble out of bed and search for the handset.

On the phone is somebody you care a lot about. A parent, sibling, your significant other. Something horrible has just happened to them.

What do you say to them?

What should you never say?

Do you even know what you would say in such a crisis situation?

The truth is most of us have no clue what to say, and in the moment what we say can have a lasting impact. You can either help them immensely, or what you can say can actually make things worse.

This week, I’m doing something very, very different. Instead of talking to you about building your business, I’m going to help you in an area that most people never give a second thought to until that phone call comes and there is an emotional crisis you must deal with in that moment.

It happened to me back in 1995. Luckily, I had just completed an intensive training program and had at least some idea how to handle the situation.

In my case, I prevented a best friend from committing suicide. Since that time, I’ve been faced with emotional crises a dozen or more times and in each instance, I’ve always known what to do and how to handle it.

What about you?

I want to you stop what you’re doing, and make a note in your calendar right now to tune in and listen to an interview I will be conducting this Thursday.

There is NO CHARGE to listen to the interview. There is no required reading, nothing to do other than show up ready to listen and learn.

I will be interviewing Aurora Winter who has made a career out of coaching people in crisis. Her message is not only timely, it’s important for all of to hear.

She is asking only that you register so she knows you’re coming and she will send you the information so you can listen to the interview uninterrupted.

I am personally really looking forward to hearing what she has to say because I know I can learn a thing or two and you will be able to as well.


Coaching Clients in Crisis
with Aurora Winter


Just think of this as CPR for the emotions…

Until next time, remember to..

Be outstanding!
Robert Imbriale
Robert Imbriale
Master Coach

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