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Putting Mindfulness in Motion to Help Clients Develop Healthier Relationships

Putting Mindfulness in Motion to Help Clients Develop Healthier Relationships

David Drake June 20, 2017 0

As coaches, we often encounter vestiges of long-held patterns that continue to echo across our client’s stories and live in ways that limit their potential

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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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The Power of Habits: How to Change Them

The Power of Habits: How to Change Them

Maynard Brusman December 13, 2013 3

Act mindfully and savor your relationships at work and at home. Stop doing things that no longer serve you. Create the powerful habit of “pacing” yourself to restore energy, build resiliency and create well-being

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Resonant Leadership: Review of Book

Resonant Leadership: Review of Book

Steve Gladis March 20, 2012 0

This might well be one of the most important leadership books I’ve read. Boyatzis and McKee—well respected researchers, professors and authors—use the physics concept of “resonance” (being in tune) to explain a simple biologic

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