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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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Coaching Insights What the Pope’s Visit Taught Me about Change

If you watched the news lately, you know that the Pope visited America last week. I have a different faith tradition, yet truly appreciated seeing him conduct mass at Madison Square Garden, talk to Congress, feed the poor. But something … 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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