Root Cause Analysis
In my years in Health & Safety, I practiced getting to “root cause” anytime there was an accident or incident. The purpose was to find out why it occurred so measures could be taken to prevent it from happening again.
I have found that during any kind of self work, or while coaching others on their path, it’s just as important to get to “root cause” so it can be dealt with, typically released or “pulled” from the ground. The next step is putting measures in place to prevent those weeds from taking root again, and this typically looks like “a maintenance plan”, or “action plan” that include tools of support for lasting change.