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How To Find The Coach You Need

Great article from Christine J. Culbertson (Boyle) – Forbes Do you think a star athlete has a super coach behind them? Sports stars and titans of business alike leverage the knowledge, experience and unique skill sets of professional coaches. A coach is your sounding board, your confidant and your safe place to grow and explore, to […]

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A Mindful Approach to New Year’s Resolutions

Article from Left Brain Buddha As we complete the intense season of merry-making, gift-giving, and gift-returning, one more holiday tradition will remain: pondering those pesky New Year’s Resolutions. It’s probably fitting that after a season of indulgence (financial and/or caloric), we resolve to change our habits in the new year. Lose ten pounds! Exercise 5 times a week! Save […]

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7 reasons why travel makes you a happier person

Article from Rachel Kelly Marcus has a degree in psychology, a master’s degree in health psychology and has worked within the NHS as well as private organisations. Marcus started psysci, a psychology and science blog, in order to disseminate research into bite size, meaningful and helpful resources. It is said that travelling is not only beneficial for the soul, […]

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Why the Greatest Minds Take Long Walks

Article from Alyjuma Walking isn’t sexy. It’s not the hot new trend or the most enticing productivity hack. Even so, it’s probably one of the most beneficial habits you could add to your routine. But don’t take my word for it. Some of the greatest minds throughout history were notorious for taking walks, from Steve Jobs […]

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The generation game: how to win with Centennials

Article from Your Ready Business Are you ready to win the hearts of the new, digital-first, value-focused and brand-disloyal generation? Just when you thought you’d successfully navigated the Millennial minefield and emerged unscathed, in marches a new breed of digital natives. Is your business ready to take them on? By 2025, Centennials will account for […]

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Why Being Vulnerable at Work Can Be Your Biggest Advantage, According to Brené Brown

Article from Linked in Talent blog. Brené Brown—research professor, bestselling author, and star of one of the most popular TED Talks of all time—was in an awkward spot. Speaking to 150 hedge fund managers in London, she was five minutes into her presentation on vulnerability and courage when one bold Brit raised his hand. “I don’t […]

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Once you learn these 7 harsh realities of life, you’ll be much stronger

Article by Hack Spirit If you were hoping for the same fluffy and friendly life advice about life that you get in other places, think again. These seven home truths may be hard to hear, but they are guaranteed to help you sort your crap out and get your life together. Tired of the bullshit? […]

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How to find meaning calling in midlife – Following your calling

Article from The Mutton Club By Dee Coxon. As a woman having arrived at midlife or beyond you should by now have reached a stage where the demands and routines of the past couple of decades have shifted into a new space and you’ve actually found some time to stop and think about what it […]

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Finding our way to true belonging

Great article by IDEAS.TED.COM So many of us long to be part of something real. But we’ll need to risk discomfort and criticism and show the world our real selves first, says vulnerability researcher Brené Brown. True belonging. I don’t know exactly what it is about the combination of those two words, but I do […]

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3 Science-Based Benefits of Mindfulness

Brilliant article by Linked in influencer Daniel Goleman.   What Makes a Leader? Emotional and Social Intelligence “We take ten minutes together in mindful silence before we start our day,” the CEO of a boutique investment firm tells me. “We’re more connected the rest of the day.” Mindfulness has swept through the business world, riding on the […]

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