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What 10 things should you do every *week* to improve your life?

What 10 things should you do every *week* to improve your life? | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

"Previously I posted 10 things should you do every day to improve your life. There are a number of other things research says we can do to make life better but we don't need to do them every day..."

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25 Self-Improvement Books That Will Make You A Better Person

25 Self-Improvement Books That Will Make You A Better Person | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Check out these self-improvement books to steer yourself into awesomeness.
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Two Key Types of Coaching Clients & What You Need To Know To Easily Market To Them

Two Key Types of Coaching Clients & What You Need To Know To Easily Market To Them | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
There are Two Key Types of Coaching Clients:Those who have a problem in their life and think to hire a coach (the 1%)Those who have a problem in their life and don't know that coaching is a solution for them (the other 99%).Here's what you need to know about the 1% and 99% of coaching clients so you can more easily market to them
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There is only one rule in this life and it is not to give up.. > Unbroken

There is only one rule in this life and it is not to give up..


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Find strength in admitting your weakness

You can gain strength by admitting your faults to yourself and your peers. Read more: http://bit.ly/AdmitFaults
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How to Use Reduce Procrastination: Reverse Engineering | Edudemic

How to Use Reduce Procrastination: Reverse Engineering | Edudemic | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

In the real world, as in the classroom, there are often complex projects that are not as simple as a sheet of math problems that are due over the weekend. More often than not, projects have deadlines that are weeks, if not months, away. And we all know what happens when deadlines are far away.

One word: procrastination.

We all do it. As we get older, some of us manage our time better than others, but as Parkinson’s Law states, work fills the time it is allotted. In other words, the longer we have, the longer we take.Therefore, it is crucial as the pressures continue to mount on students throughout their academic and adult careers that they have an excellent go-to method for combatting procrastination. Not only is doing so essential for meeting basic academic standards, but it will also help students carve out more space in their schedules for the kind of creative and innovative thinking that will really set them apart as they grow. One of the best ways to do it? A little process called reverse engineering.

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Procrastination is a witch that rides a serious broom stick by reverse procrastination does bring hope and the now how to move forward.

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Reinventing the Secular Sermon: Remarkable Commencement Addresses by Nora Ephron, David Foster Wallace, Ira Glass, and More

Reinventing the Secular Sermon: Remarkable Commencement Addresses by Nora Ephron, David Foster Wallace, Ira Glass, and More | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

How to live life "on fire with the same force that made the stars: love, fellowship, the mystical oneness of all things deep down."


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An infallible way to determine whether you are a creature of comfort | The Simplicity Post

Growth happens outside our comfort zone - or so it’s often said. Personally, I’d rather say it is vastly accelerated, but perhaps the distinction is moot.
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Why 'What is the Meaning of Life?' is a Silly Question...

Why 'What is the Meaning of Life?' is a Silly Question... | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

In this article, I want to take a closer look at the question of questions; 'What is the meaning of life?' and explain why I think we're not asking the right question.

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Three Words to Help Retrain your Brain, by Knowledge@Wharton

Three Words to Help Retrain your Brain, by Knowledge@Wharton | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, authors of the best-selling book 'Freakonomics,' are back again in an effort to help retrain your brain when it comes to solving problems. From small issues to major crises, in fields ranging from business and philanthropy, to sports and politics, Levitt and Dubner offer up a self-help manual for how to think more productively, more creatively, and more rationally. Or as the book title provocatively puts it, "How To Think Like a Freak." This interview with the authors shares more...including the three words they believe we should all utter more often.
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How to Thrive: A Redefinition of Success

As more and more people are coming to realize, there is far more to living a truly successful life than just earning a bigger salary and capturing a corner off…
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Find the Career Coach Who’s Right for You

Find the Career Coach Who’s Right for You | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

It can be difficult to navigate a professional reinvention on your own. A good career coach can save you countless hours of frustration by sharing best practices with you and helping you avoid common pitfalls as you transition. But finding the right one makes all the difference.

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20 Ways To Cultivate Self-Love

http://simpleselfconfidence. Here are 20 ways to cultivate self-love and improve your self-confidence.
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Why Coaching Works ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

Why Coaching Works ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Whenever anyone asks me about my job, and what I actually do during a coaching session, I find myself stumbling over explaining the essence of what it is. Yes, there are very specific areas of coaching, but it is not merely the ‘what’ that makes it valuable. The real value of coaching lies in the process of uncovering and de-layering that leads to identifying the essence of the problem.

 

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How to Use The Now Habit to End Student Procrastination | Edudemic

How to Use The Now Habit to End Student Procrastination | Edudemic | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
The Now Habit is a book by Neil Fiore PhD, who is a licensed psychologist, which explores a topic that teachers are far too familiar with: procrastination.
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7 Ways to Think Differently About Fear

7 Ways to Think Differently About Fear | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
If you are standing in front of a door that says “fear,” that is the door you must walk through to become successful.

As the old adage goes, success begins right outside your comfort zone. There is no fear in comfort. There is nothing driving you when there is security. Where there is comfort, there is complacency. Complacency is the great counterforce to success.

To become abundantly successful you must master fear, understand its true purpose and use it to your greatest advantage. When you know fear and how to use it, you will actualize your success.

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Thought Design's curator insight, Today, 9:51 AM

Managing fear is one of the most important skills for business leaders - or anyone. Learning how can be challenging. Here is some helpful perspective!

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Show me your todo list, and I’ll tell you who you are | The Simplicity Post

Show me your todo list, and I’ll tell you who you are | The Simplicity Post | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
From the moment we wake up, we start doing things - some of which we must, and some of which we want. Brush our teeth. Have breakfast. Go to work, or stay at
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Lisa McCarthy's curator insight, March 29, 9:55 AM

Thought-provoking article.

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How to Use Your Life Story to Sell Your Coaching Services ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

How to Use Your Life Story to Sell Your Coaching Services ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

So how do you demonstrate your track record of success to potential clients without coming across as my grandpa would say, “holier than thou”?

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 Top five tips for writing a coaching bio that sells

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The Fascinating ‘You’, WILL fascinate them

The Fascinating ‘You’, WILL fascinate them | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

At Happy Melly, our flexible working team is pretty much up for any kind of experiment that improves skills and productivity. So when we first came together, in December 2014, and Jurgen Appelo talked enthusiastically about a test he had undertaken, the ‘How to Fascinate’ test, I was intrigued and went straight off to try it myself.

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