Coaches have some common root-causes for their fear of failure. Lacking courage and sense of mastery are some. Part 2 of 2.
A deep learning opportunity to better understand our fear of failure and imposter syndrome. Part 1 of 2.
Here’s how we can have a self-conversation using no framework, but three simple millenary practices.
Adapting to a new normality can be quite difficult for many. Here some suggestions to move on and few words of encouragement.
Mindfulness is a great tool we can use to improve our learning moments. However it isn’t “one-size-fits-all” and can become counterproductive. Still, we can get the best from the other face of the coin: mindlessness.
The rise for data-driven results is causing a major shift in defining which skills are strategic to land a job. Let’s see how the most human capabilities can still have the upper hand against technical skills.
Did a pessimist set the basics for what is a modern approach to learning experiences? I brought back an old fellow: let’s look at it with the eyes of positive psychology.
All coaching styles have something in common. Thin connective layer can become the main structure of a conversation and deliver astonishing outcomes.
Revisiting Dual Coding and tackling mental imagery with few more examples and few tricks to help you improve your learning time.
There is more to friendship that you think – and more to power of emotions in communication, when it comes to give feedback.
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Hi, I am Andrea Paviglianiti, a Cognitive Coach and Blogger. I created this website to share insights and knowledge to improve learning experiences and self-development.
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