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How to Handle Pressure

Please don’t get it mistaken, though: not all pressure is bad. ‘Eustress’ is the term often used to represent the real sort of stress, and this is the kind of feeling you get when being on top of a mountain about to head down on atmospheres, or when you’re playing a computer game, and you’re totally concentrated because you only have one life left. This is the sort of mild pressure that raises dopamine and [...]

By |October 1st, 2020|Coaching|

THE BETTER VERSION OF ME

There's an old story of two caterpillars who spy a butterfly overhead. One quickly turns to the other and says, "You'll never get me up in one of those things.” Surely at some point, we've all experienced resistance to what I call "the better version of ourselves." The dichotomy of life is that there's a massive part of us that so desperately wants to fly, to experience freedom and the full expansion of individual expression [...]

By |September 28th, 2020|Coaching|

“Talk to Karen” (Karen Moser, LCSW)

Talk to Karen—People get infected with and will respond to a creative and lighthearted spirit. Often, we are bogged down by life and forget to play – bring that play and fun attitude to the people you love, and they will respond if you don’t know how to find out how – it can start with a joke or funny movie or game. The point is just to learn to relax and have fun and [...]

By |September 22nd, 2020|Coaching|

The Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness during Group Coaching Events (Jessica Talley-Haynes)

Understanding Ethical Responsibilities as a Coach; Weighing Emotional and Financial Benefits and Risks as a Participant The relationship itself is at the heart of healing…And ethics and integrity are at the heart of any healing relationship. (Taylor, 2017, p. 36)   The purpose of group coaching events is to build relationships, and fortunately, many coaches offering these opportunities received training in ethics and sincerely have the participants’ best interests in mind. Some are board-certified and [...]

By |September 21st, 2020|Coaching|

Codependency: how do we let go?

“Codependency” happens when one becomes dependent on another person or controlled by the needs of another person. Recovery from codependency is key to having healthy relationships. Often the codependent may say that if my partner or child would just change, I will be ok; however, codependency is a sign that you are not living a life in personal balance. The focus becomes on “the other” as either the source of happiness or unhappiness in life. [...]

By |September 9th, 2020|Coaching|

JUST ASK MAXX (THE RELATIONSHIP GURU)

Dear Maxx, I think I am in love with my boss! I am already married, and so is he. There is another position open in the company, and I have been offered it. Taking it will add so much to my career, but it will mean no longer seeing the man  I have come to love. He has asked me not to take this new opportunity, and though we have not yet discussed our feelings, [...]

By |September 8th, 2020|Coaching|

IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR

Unless You Are Single! As a Relationship Coach, I work with many men and women who are going through relationship transitions in their lives. Whether caused by divorce, death of a  loved one, or just a season of change, each Fall, I hear a common thread from my newer clients, “I just don’t know how to face the holidays alone.” Whether on the driving or receiving side of a relationship split, the first holidays often [...]

By |September 1st, 2020|Coaching|

Impact of a Morning Routine

How you start your day, or more specifically how you spend those first few morning hours has a big impact on the rest of it. Think of it as setting the tone for your entire day. That’s why making over your morning is so important. It’s about much more than those first few hours. I’m sure you’ve experienced this yourself. Let’s use the snooze button as an example. You set an early alarm to make [...]

By |September 1st, 2020|Coaching|

Forgive Yourself For Procrastinating In The Past

Are you procrastinating? Many of us have the tendency to put things off and no matter how often we beat ourselves up over waiting to the last minute to pack for a vacation, book a flight, or file our taxes and struggle to get it all done in time, we keep doing it again and again. If you’re ready to finally beat procrastination and get ahead of the game, you’re in the right place. Over [...]

By |August 25th, 2020|Coaching|

STEPS TO CREATING NEW HABITS

Let’s talk about forming new habits. We all have times in our lives where we intentionally want to change our behavior for the better and create new habits for ourselves. This could be getting in the habit of eating healthier and drinking more water. Or it could be moving more and taking the dog for a daily walk. Or it could be work related, or spiritual, or… There are so many areas in our lives [...]

By |August 18th, 2020|Coaching|

Email Marketing Tips: Get Them To Open Your Emails

What You Need To Know About Email Deliverability You’re spending a lot of time each week crafting emails to your subscribers, but none of that will do you any good if you don’t have a decent delivery rate. If those email land in your potential customers’ spam folders, you don’t have much of a chance of making a sale or building a relationship with them. Here are three tips that will help ensure that your [...]

By |August 17th, 2020|Coaching|

Walking is the Perfect Low Impact Exercise

If you haven’t exercise in a while or are looking for something easy you can do every single day give walking a try. It’s the perfect low impact way to exercise. It’s easy to do, you don’t need any special equipment and you can start at the fitness level you’re at.  If you’re not in the best of shape, start by going for a 10 or 15 minute walk around the neighborhood and work your [...]

By |August 11th, 2020|Coaching|

3 Simple Ways to Boost Your Immune System

We all have times when we could use a little extra boost to our immune system. Cold and flu season are certainly part of that time, or the long winter weeks when we’re stuck inside and more likely to catch something. It’s also important anytime you board a plane or when your kids start school. Here are three simple things you can do daily to strengthen your immune system. Which brings up a good point: [...]

By |August 10th, 2020|Coaching|

GRATITUDE—THANKFULLY GRATEFUL

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A LITTLE BIT OF GRATITUDE MAKES Gratitude can be simply broken down to appreciating the good things in your life. It doesn’t always seem simple, though. When things are hectic or stressful, finding the silver lining can be challenging. However, learning how to embrace gratitude can significantly boost your happiness. Being grateful offers a host of other benefits you’re probably not aware of, too.  Let’s take a closer look at the concept, [...]

By |August 4th, 2020|Coaching|