Month: August 2020

A full seven to nine hours of sleep a night sounds great, but it can be pretty hard when your mind is restless with anxious thoughts. Tossing and turning all night can make you tired, moody and less productive. If you’ve found yourself dreading those sleepless nights, Selena Sifontes, a health educator at FIU’s Healthy Living
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Lindsay Malloy, mom to a 5-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter, found herself paralyzed, unable to focus on anything except the deluge of terrifying headlines on her smartphone. Her husband dubbed it “panic scrolling.” Sound familiar? But Zelechoski and Malloy are psychologists, and so they also responded in a way most parents couldn’t: Within days of
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A Coaching Model Created by Keely Capel(Business Coach, PORTUGAL) A women is the full circle, with her is the power to create, nurture and transform ~ Diane Mariechild Both my niche and model have been inspired by my own life experiences. As a business owner and single mother, I see that there are a need
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The pandemic has created an unusually stressful environment for a large number of people. The World Health Organization has created an illustrated guide to managing stress, including audio exercises. Around the world, healthcare systems are facing unprecedented strain, with concerns that restricting access to mental health support will store up problems for the future. Whatever
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A Coaching Power Tool Created by Keely Capel(Business Coach, PORTUGAL) Introduction In today’s modern world women’s roles have expanded exponentially. Once only caregivers and homemakers, women now often fulfill multiple roles, sometimes more than their male counterparts. Whilst still primarily the caregiver for children or elderly family members, in addition to managing a home they
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A Coaching Model Created by Rachel McMahon(Business Coach, AUSTRALIA) Introduction My story As a marketing leader in the corporate sector for nearly 20 years, I have extensive experience in helping organizations grow. Whilst I loved many elements of my role, I decided it was time to pivot my career.  I noticed that many small/medium organizations
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Recent research has found that about 33 percent of people report feeling extreme stress, 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health.73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health. Can people be addicted to stress?  Unfortunately, it’s not just drugs that can cause our brain to feel scrambled. Research has now found that stress may even be as addictive as drugs. In addition to the hormones,cortisol,
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Having a demanding job and little control over it is associated with an increased risk of premature death in men with cardiometabolic disease, according to a 14-year observational study of more than 100,000 people published in June 2018. However, the same cannot be said for women who are stressed at work, with no evidence to
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A Coaching Model Created by Karen Yackel(Life Coach, CANADA) The Be R.E.A.L.  coaching model has been put together by combining my years of experience as an educator, my own values and beliefs, and the REAL challenges of my clients.  This model needed to Reflect who I am as a person and coach and what I
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A Coaching Model Created by Anna-Karin B. Kruse(Inspirational Leadership and Life Coach, ITALY) A mighty flame follows a tiny spark. — Dante Alighieri(www.goodreads.com) Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working. — Pablo Picasso (www.goodreads.com) Inspiration has been such an important and positive ingredient in my life to help me persevere and move on
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Shreyas is an iPEC student attending our virtual coach training program. Read on to hear about his experience attending the first days of the program: Life and Leadership Potentials Training. He will be sharing his experiences during different points throughout the program as he progresses through it—stay tuned! Three certificates, 300+ hours of accredited training
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