Month: April 2021

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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A Coaching Model Created by Bret Perko(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) A Coaching Model to Achieve Life Balance and Personal Change Define Decide Devise Design Drive It could be argued that finding the desired balance in one’s life has never been more complicated.  Before the COVID pandemic, technology had already blurred the lines between work and
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Coaching Case Study By Michael Colson(Executive Coach, SWITZERLAND) Who are the main players in this case study? The client is Jennifer, a successful manager at an industrial products firm. I have coached Jenniferperiodically for about eight months, and the session in this case study was held in late November 2020, in the lead-up to the
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A Coaching Model Created by Michael Colson(Executive Coach, SWITZERLAND) This model is for a niche of clients and emerges from my twenty-year career in grantmaking philanthropy, during which time I have advised individuals, families, and foundations on strategies and techniques to maximize the impact of their philanthropic giving. The challenge: Every year, around the world,
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A Coaching Model Created by Audrey Mark(Strengths Coach, CZECH REPUBLIC) A Holistic Approach I chose “place” as my model’s representation because, through my coaching journey, I have come to appreciate more than ever the value of each human being, their uniqueness, and capacity for growth and goodness. For me, place recognizes that each one of
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One of the most palpable byproducts of the COVID-19 pandemic is stress. A recent Google search found more than 1.1 million references to stress in the news during the previous 24 hours. Teachers are leaving schools due to stress. Families are stressed about their children returning to schools. States are opening up COVID counseling lines. Countless articles document ways to reduce
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A Coaching Model Created by Betsey Sarris(Transformational Coach, UNITED STATES) There are two great days in a person’s life. The day we are born and the day we discover why. William Barclay – Scottish Theologian & Author We Are Inextricably Connected You are beautiful. A miracle. You have greatness within you.The stars aligned.You are here.There are no
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A Coaching Model Created by Deborah Roos(Business Coach, UNITED STATES) Introduction Simone Biles. Cristiano Ronaldo.  Usain Bolt. Serena Williams. Mikhail Baryshnikov. HafþórJúlíusBjörnsson (aka “The Mountain” in the HBO series Game of Thrones). At some point, these athletes have been recognized as the best in their respective fields.  They have made such impressions on their sport
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Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be mentally and physically exhausting, so you should take steps to manage and reduce stress, according to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. “Finding ways to manage and reduce stress is of paramount importance for every Alzheimer’s caregiver. Untreated stress can lead to physical, mental and emotional
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Effects of Stress in the Workplace statistics 20. During 2018, 76% of US workers said that workplace stress affected their personal relationships. (Korn Ferry) This is another statistic that demonstrates just how much workplace stress affects other areas of our life. According to research by Korn Ferry, the majority of stressed employees reported that workplace
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Stress Awareness Month has been recognized every April since 1992, but this year it seems particularly important. Learning to cope with our stress and finding healthy ways to deal with these situations can go a long way in living a healthy and positive life. What does stress mean to you? We all experience stress –
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A Coaching Model Created by Lorena Jauregui(Life Coach, NETHERLANDS) Introduction In this busy world, with busy agendas and multiple distractions, on many occasions, we find ourselves not listening to others and most importantly to…ourselves. As a result, there are fewer opportunities to be “listened” to and to “listen” to ourselves. Listening to ourselves is a
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April is stress awareness month. Quite likely, you are already well aware of stress and you don’t need a dedicated month to remind you of it. Many of us would much rather avoid it than increase our awareness–which is a great reason to have stress awareness month. The more we know about it, and the
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