How Can We Avoid Repeated Mistakes?

What is SNAP?

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In this backstage interview from Leadercast Live 2018, Ian Cron—best-selling author, psychotherapist and Enneagram teacher—discusses SNAP: a simple, four-step tool leaders can use to avoid making repeated mistakes. SNAP stands for stop, notice, ask and pivot: 

q1. Stop: You have to learn how to stop and get out of the stories running through your head; get back in the moment. 
2. Notice: Observe what’s going on with yourself. What’s going on with you inside?
3. Ask: Ask yourself, “What am I believing right now? Is it true? What would my life be like if I stopped believing that?”
4. Pivot: Step back and ask yourself, “Do I want to continue down this path, or do I want to step away?”

Watch the video to learn more about SNAP and how it can help you remain present in the world around you.

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Ian Cron

Ian Morgan Cron is a bestselling author, psychotherapist, Enneagram teacher, Episcopal priest, and the host of the popular podcast, Typology. His books include the novel Chasing Francis, the spiritual memoir Jesus, My Father, the CIA,...

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