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Five Ways An Executive Coach Can Help

by Shelley Moench-Kelly

What is constructive thinking? Do you believe it’s merely a way of looking at the brighter side of every situation? Turns out, it’s much more than that. According to psychologist Dr. Seymour Epstein, “Intelligence of the experiential mind is referred to as constructive thinking, which provides...

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Is Your Business Strategy Working?

by Sara Lindberg

Every successful endeavor requires a well-oiled strategy. Individuals and businesses can be comfortable taking risks and accomplishing goals if there is a game plan in place and a way to execute it. A business strategy does just that by first creating a vision and direction for all the team members ...

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Five Ways To Get Ahead In the Game

by Abby Hassler

Mark and Allyson head separate departments at the same marketing company. Mark is a creatively minded, free-thinking boss who prefers to go with the flow rather than enforce harsh deadlines and thus impede the progression of innovation on his team. While he interacts with many of his clients on a da...

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Got Goals?

by Tracy Z. Turner

Are you an entrepreneur excited to bring a fresh service or product into the world? Or do you work for an existing business, and worry that your progress is stalled? In either case, if you are ready for a new challenge, setting, revamping or revisiting your goals with the help of a business coach ar...

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Health is Wealth

by Katie Iles

While the terms health coaching and wellness coaching are bandied about equally, the general consensus among professionals is that they’re pretty interchangeable with wellness perhaps focusing on health as well as more holistic issues such as mindfulness. Essentially, health coaching includes well...

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Say Hello to Your Spiritual Self

by June Allan Corrigan

The French have a phrase that sums up the reason for someone or something’s existence: raison d’être. Many people struggle to figure out what their raison d’être is, if they ever bother to at all. Life coaching can help people identify what they have been trying to accomplish all alo...

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Why Is Constructive Thinking Kind Of a Big Deal?

by Charley Mendoza

What is constructive thinking? Do you believe it’s merely a way of looking at the brighter side of every situation? Turns out, it’s much more than that. According to psychologist Dr. Seymour Epstein, “Intelligence of the experiential mind is referred to as constructive thinking, which provides...

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Mind Matters

by Charley Mendoza

Your brain controls your mind and body, and to that extent your thoughts and well-being. A popular study from the University of Michigan’s Psychology Department also shows that your thoughts contribute to your success. So doesn’t it make sense to understand—to control—our mind better? Everyo...

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6 Life-Changing Goals a Coach Helps You Achieve Faster

by The Coaching Connector

Behind every successful person is a coach, a Sherpa or mentor who guided and held them accountable every step of their journey. Oprah Winfrey had the late poet Maya Angelou as her mentor. She credits Angelou for guiding her through the most crucial parts of her life. Darrell Green, former Super Bowl...

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Can You Effectively Coach Yourself to Achieve Higher Results?

by Raja Hireker

“Our chief want in life is somebody who will make us do what we can!” – Ralph Waldo Emerson. Note the two words – chief want – and, the words – somebody who will make us do what we can – it pre-supposes then (if we believe what Emerson is suggesting) we need the push and inspiratio...

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