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Emotions in Coaching

Emotions are a fundamental aspect of the human experience, influencing our thoughts, behaviors, and overall well-being. Often (and mistakenly) they are viewed as something to be addressed only in therapy, but emotions play a pivotal role in every aspect of our lives, including personal and professional development. In this article, we’ll explore what emotions are and why it’s essential to address them in the coaching…

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Why NeuroMindfulness?

Since I was a little girl, I was fascinated about deep questions: why and how do people think? What makes them think some specific things? How does the mind work and how exactly do we know that? As you can imagine, these were not the usual questions that kids would ask. And even though my parents tried to answer all of my question, psychology and…

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Why does self confidence starts with self care?

In coaching, we have what is called the performance possibility gap, or expanding capacities. That’s the space between who you are now, and who you need to become in order to reach your goals. Almost every client that comes to me, puts self confidence in their top 3 skills they need to become a better version of themselves. „Self confidence to put myself out there,…

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Why are coaches being coached?

Whenever I read a new book, I am almost always totally emerged in the story, I can feel the pain, the joy, the happiness and the excitement of the characters. While reading “Maybe you should talk to someone”, by Lori Gottlieb, the story of a therapist that goes to therapy, and her journey, I couldn’t help but think about my own  story. When I started…

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Are we really surrounded by idiots?

Have you ever met people that you really don’t get? I mean, those kind of persons that seem totally alien to you? And the only thing you can think about is: “Is this person for real? Do they really don’t understand what I am saying, or are they just complete idiots?” I am a very adaptable person, social, extrovert and all that, I get people…

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The difference between “coaches” and REAL COACHES

It’s time to have this talk. Why? Because too often I find myself in coversations where I have to explain the difference between “coaches” and REAL coaches. First of all, we have to define what coaching is, in order to understand what is the benefit of it in our lives. ICF (the golden standard of professional coaching) defines coaching as „partnering with clients in a…

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Why expanding your capacities is an essential tool for anyone’s life?

At the beginning of a new year, people love to set goals, to establish dreams, to create plans. “New year, new me”, right? Studies show that over 70% of those plans are usually abandoned by the end of February, and people go back to their old habits, telling themselves the same stories about why they let go of the goals and dreams. Why do we…

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How to negotiate through life – 10 lessons from a former FBI agent

A few months ago my husband discovered audio books and he was beyond thrilled. He was reluctant at first, because you know, we all love the smell and feeling of real books, but this was a great way to “read” while doing something else, like driving. He is a cybersecurity specialist, but for a long time, his specialization was combined with sales, so negotiations were…

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Living from the inside out – how thoughts shape our reality

I don’t know about you, but a lot of times I found myself wonder about where thoughts come from. Who is this voice inside my head that talks and talks and makes me feel insecure, or sad, or happy? Am I that voice or I am the one who hears that voice? I know, why the hell should I ask myself that? It turns out…

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