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People Bring Both Their Brain and Body to Work-Pay Attention to Both

The business world worships brains! It revels in the brain’s ability to quantify, analyze, sequence, strategize, execute. A big brain is brawn in the business world. But people don’t just bring their brains to work—they bring their bodies, too … … Continue reading

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Overworked & Underwater? An Unlikely Fix & Free Solution

I’m a movie fan and recently saw “90 Minutes in Heaven.” It’s about a man in a horrific car accident who was hit head-on by a tractor-trailer rig. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occurs on a … Continue reading

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A Neuro Nugget to Increase Open-Mindedness

As coaches, how do we support clients to be more open-minded? In a word: curiosity. First, a neuro-nugget on curiosity. The right hemisphere of our brain is responsible for taking in new information, connecting it to other things we know, … Continue reading

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Models and Frameworks

I’ll admit it. I’m addicted to ideation. Chewing on ideas, building frameworks, creating models, crafting mnemonics, finding ways to connect-the-dots… It’s one of my God-given strengths. And it comes in handy, since I’m often writing curriculum, books, and blog posts. … Continue reading

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