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Rescooped by Robin Fass-Perlmutter from Physical and Mental Health - Exercise, Fitness and Activity

Just move it

Just move it | havingitall | Scoop.it
The evidence keeps mounting - even if you jog, swim or go to the gym, sitting for long periods can kill you, writes Linda McSweeny.

Via Peter Mellow
Robin Fass-Perlmutter's insight:

Good article.  I like the idea of standing while speaking with clients.  This is also interesting considering our children sit in school for basically 7 hours a day with very little time for physical activity.  

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Rescooped by Robin Fass-Perlmutter from Coaching Psychology for a Better Workplace

When Decision Making Is Agony - The Fear of Getting It Wrong

When Decision Making Is Agony - The Fear of Getting It Wrong | havingitall | Scoop.it
Trying to make a decision in a relationship, job, finance or choosing a location all involve the same problem, the possibility of regret. That ability we have of placing ourselves in the future and looking back on that moment of choice with horror.

Via Vicky Ellam-Dyson
Robin Fass-Perlmutter's insight:

This is a great article on decision making and Letting Go.  So much of our inability to make decisions is based on our attachment to the outcome and fear that we will make a mistake that is life and death or perceived to be so.  This article covers the importance of using intellect and intuition, tuning into our inner voice our true sense of knowing.  This is very challenging but so important!

Angie Mc's curator insight, November 13, 2013 10:56 PM

Being prepared, taking action, and staying present in the moment helps.

Vicky Ellam-Dyson's curator insight, January 7, 2014 4:36 AM

Interventions such as cognitive behavourial coaching and rational emotive behaviour coaching can help with fear of making decisions (decidophobia) in the workplace and beyond.