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A Positive Perspective on the Rat Race

The Rat Race usually conjures up images of a draining work routine, devoid of purpose and rife with pressures to deliver or be ditched. No fun. And not good for our brain-body health either. Here’s a different take on the … Continue reading

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Be Like Einstein—Flunk Your Weaknesses

Einstein was brilliant, as we know. So brilliant that at the age of 16, two years earlier than his classmates, he sat for entrance exams to get into the prestigious Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich. But he flunked. Sort of. … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an Insight From Rattled to Receiving

Ever struggle with needing an answer to a perplexing situation? As coaches, we love those moments when we (or our clients) have those “ah ha” moments. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to have “ah ha” moments in the presence of stress. In … Continue reading

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Career Coaching – A Subtle but Subversive Yes-But To Be Aware Of

When coaching clients through career change, we can encounter a lot of different yes-but’s from clients, such as, “I don’t have enough time, confidence, money, support, etc. to make a career change.” Here’s another “yes but” that may be more … Continue reading

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