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When You Can’t Choose Your Divorce, You Can Choose Your Attitude

When You Can’t Choose Your Divorce, You Can Choose Your Attitude

David Poles June 2, 2016 0

It is said that adversity builds character but I believe it is more accurate that adversity reveals character.

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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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The Science of Work-Life Balance Coaching

The Science of Work-Life Balance Coaching

Robert Holmes November 15, 2015 0

Work-life balance is important for our clients to achieve because the “life” part of the equation is the support environment for the “work” part

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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 Organizational Underground: Organizational Coaching and Organization Development Outside the Formal Organization

The Organizational Underground: Organizational Coaching and Organization Development Outside the Formal Organization

Vicki Foley September 19, 2013 0

There are profound implications at the micro-level with regard to the lives lived in “desperation” by men and women who have lost their job or at the very least have given up hope of

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