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Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts--Becoming the Person You Want to Be

A trigger is something that causes us to act. It can be a positive trigger, e.g., praise. Or, it can be negative and counterproductive, as in peer pressure or things that drain us. Marshall says, they are practically infinite and asks, "Why do they "make" us do things? Why are they invisible? And, how can they work for us?"...

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CoachX: Beth Frates on Lifestyle Tips to Help Clients Thrive

Dr. Beth Frates describes lifestyle health tips to help coaching clients thrive.

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CoachX: Marilia Fiuza on Ego in the Coaching Practice

Marilia Fiuza discusses how to understand ego in the context of your coaching practice.

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2017 November Coaching Report

2017 Coaching in Healthcare and Leadership Conference  Recap What do Dan Goleman, Marshall Goldsmith, Susan Cain, Margaret Wheately and Livingston Taylor have in common?  ...

2017 October Coaching Report

Transformation in action...

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If, Why, and When Subjective Well-Being Influences Health, and Future Needed Research

We review evidence on whether subjective well-being (SWB) can influence health, why it might do so, and what we know about the conditions where this is more or less likely to occur. This review also explores how various methodological approaches inform the study of the connections between subjective well-being and health and longevity outcomes....

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Pivoting: A Coach's Guide to Igniting Substantial Change

Change is a necessary, though sometimes challenging part of staying relevant, being engaged and seeking ways to flourish in one’s life. Coaching helps individuals develop coherent strategies for their life and work and to tap into their strengths and inspiration....

Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain and Body

Two New York Times–bestselling authors unveil new research showing what meditation can really do for the brain.  ...

Webinar: Gretchen Rubin’s Four Tendencies: A Framework for Better Living

In this webinar, Gretchen discusses how using the “Four Tendencies” framework can help us understand how to manage ourselves better – and how to help other people to manage themselves better....

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2017 September Coaching Report

Coaching: A Process of Change...

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