The "Big" Question for You

The Big Question will be looked at during your Orientation and is fully addressed in your first session. Read The Big Question a few times for greater understanding. Take a deep breath when you read it out loud. It is purposely a very long question.

The Big Question: "What is the biggest and most significant concern or chronic complaint which has burdened you throughout your entire life, which if it no longer existed or was completely neutralized, your life would be totally transformed, free, happy and unrecognizable?"

Your breakthrough moments may or may not arrive quickly. That all depends upon your willingness to see and allow "what is there" that has gone unseen. The moment a breakthrough or "pop" occurs, you experience the feeling of a weight being lifted and a sense of elation. You find yourself in the "Transformational Land of OZ", where everything seems brighter, more brilliant, yet quieter and a bit surreal.

Your coaching sessions move with velocity and rigor. You earn your wings and fly freely in a short period of time, all because you've learned the process of Freedomization.

In many styles of conventional coaching, the agreed term will often last one to five years. However, the Freedom Warrior Method takes just months to complete and is usually no longer than a year. Why? Because comprehensive understanding is passed into your hands. Any coaching that takes place after a year's term is designed to finalize any incomplete concerns. After your Freedom Warrior Certification, you are present to a more expanded arena in which to live your life.

Ron Baron, Chief Freedom Warrior

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"Knowing about being in the moment and actually being in the moment, are two separate things. When you are in the moment, you are no longer mindful of knowing that you are in the moment."

~ Ron Baron"