A Coaching Model Created by Mimm Patterson(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Grace A Coaching Model for Individuals Recovering from Trauma or Living with Chronic Pain Take a deep breath. Exhale. Who are you today? Sometimes the story we tell ourselves about the person we believe we prevent us from knowing the person we are meant to
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A Coaching Model Created by Anna Lubrano(Business Coach, SWITZERLAND) The more connected to yourself, the more unique you are. Introduction Honouring my science background, I was inspired by a term deriving from the humoral medicine of the ancient Greeks which taught that the balance of fluids in the human body, known as humour (Latin: humour, “body
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With unprecedented stress levels wreaking havoc on workers’ lives, from physical and mental burnout to the impact on clinical health, awareness without accompanying action just isn’t enough. According to the American Psychological Association, 84% of U.S. adults are experiencing prolonged stress in 2021, and experts claim that “many employers aren’t willing to engage with the interior lives of
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May 28, 2019 by Dr. Daniel L. Kirsch, President, The American Institute of Stress “Burnout syndrome” has been recognized for the first time as an official medical diagnosis. WHO’s International Classification of Diseases 11th edition (ICD), which categorizes diseases for diagnosis by health care professionals and determines coverage by health insurers, was published on Saturday ending more
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A Coaching Model Created by Chloe Yeo(Leadership Coach, SINGAPORE) Introduction I spent most of my HR Practitioner career as a learning and talent development specialist.  In this role, I had many conversations with various employees at different life and career stages, seeking clarity in career and life choices.  The shared journey with me playing a
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Sometimes stress turns me into someone that I’m not. I’m never proud of knee-jerk reactions and am always looking to improve my coping skills. It’s a constant balancing act I haven’t mastered quite yet. Life with cystic fibrosis is stressful, and a double-lung transplant added another level of stress that I wasn’t prepared for. Three years
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A Coaching Model Created by Stephanie Uribe(Wellness Coach, SOUTH AFRICA) It is not so uncommon for someone to state a goal that they desire to do or accomplish and then years later still have that very same goal with not much progress towards completing it. What happens in this process? There is always a reason
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A Coaching Model Created by  Kate McShane(Career Coach, UNITED STATES) Discover Your Guiding Star- Walk Your Unique Path Introduction I have spent the last 30 years of my career helping the unemployed and underemployed secure jobs that provide training, advancement, and a pathway out of poverty. Having partnered with hundreds of clients through their search
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A Coaching Model Created by Amy Sareeram(Transformational Coach, CANADA) Introduction We often are told early in our lives to improve our weaknesses to be well-rounded individuals.  This serves us well when we are children to learn fundamental skills and knowledge.  It can also benefit us early in our careers as we learn what activities we
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A Coaching Model Created by Helena Torres(Life Coach, PORTUGAL) HappyMandala, 6Ws Coaching Model Since I was a child, I fought against anxiety and depression. To overcome that, I had to work hard on understanding my own mind. It took me 19 years, but I learned how to tackle my perspectives to experience more positive emotions.
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A Coaching Model Created by Cara Coulson(Mindfulness/Life Coach, CANADA) The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Lao-Tzu As a certified yoga teacher and meditation educator for the past 15 years, I have found incredibly positive results using walking meditation, yoga breath movement, and even Soles of the Feet (mindfulness-based emotional regulation
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A Coaching Model Created by Frank Owiredu-Yeboa(Business Coach, GHANA) Introduction The Collins English dictionary defines fuel as a substance…that provides heat or power when burned. Wikipedia describes fuel as any material that can be made to react with other substances so that it releases energy as heat or to be used for work. In the
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Americans are more stressed than ever — but if you’re a glass-half-full kind of person, that statistic might not be so terrifying. There are two types of stress: the awful, normal stress that leads to late-night hair-tearing sessions, and eustress, or good stress.Good stress? It’s not as wild as you think. If you’re a scary movie fan, you
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