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The Gut-Brain Connection

The Gut-Brain Connection

Irena O'Brien January 28, 2016 0

As coaches, we should be asking our clients about the health of their gut. That’s because gut health is intimately related to the regulation of anxiety, mood, cognitive functioning, pain and even changes in

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Wellness and the Coach

Wellness and the Coach

Christopher Paterson December 23, 2015 1

Unless you’re at your best as a coach, you can’t support your clients effectively. Therefore, understanding the cognitive, emotional and behavioral aspects of your own wellness is fundamental in order to be a successful

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The New Science of Neurocoaching

The New Science of Neurocoaching

Robert Holmes November 20, 2015 0

At its core coaching believes in a person’s ability to examine their beliefs in order to change them. Neuroscience is proving the same belief through neuroplasticity.

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The Neurobiology of Coaching Motivation

The Neurobiology of Coaching Motivation

Robert Holmes November 20, 2015 0

Motivation improves memory, concentration, brain receptivity, priming for learning and performance on any spectrum you’d like to measure. Understanding how motivation works will directly affect your success as a professional coach

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How Gender Affects Coaching

How Gender Affects Coaching

Robert Holmes November 20, 2015 0

Men and women have different physiology, biochemistry and a spectrum of neurology from F-Brain to M-brain, each with its own nuances. Coaches should understand these in order to work with the individual more effectively.

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12 Simple Ways to Change Your State

12 Simple Ways to Change Your State

Robert Holmes November 15, 2015 0

In today’s wellness focussed environment we see more working together between medical doctors, psychologists and life coaches

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Why Transformative Coaching Takes Guts

Why Transformative Coaching Takes Guts

Marcia Reynolds January 23, 2015 0

Coaching starts by building trust and rapport, but as the conversation goes deeper you might need to generate a bit of discomfort to create a breakthrough in thinking

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The Neuroscience of Coaching and Stress

The Neuroscience of Coaching and Stress

Ann Betz December 5, 2014 0

Stress is, if not one of the main reasons people come to coaching, certainly is something that comes up with almost every client. I once heard the amazing (and now deceased) Dr. Paul Pearsall

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Collective Intelligence and Human Culture

Collective Intelligence and Human Culture

John Bush April 16, 2013 0

Human cooperation and collaboration cover vast areas of activity and behavior, often placing their own reproductive success on the line for the benefit of another individual

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God is in the Neurons: Can We Rewire Our Brains?

God is in the Neurons: Can We Rewire Our Brains?

Charles Smith June 11, 2012 1

A high performing and fully human workplace seems contradictory to many. Perhaps, the challenge is embedded in the human brain as it's developed over countless years. This amazing video suggests that we can draw

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