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Category Archives: Article
Inside the Book: The Victorious Mind
The story of how memory can be a source of joy, pride and meaning. That could also be your story.
Useful as Purpose: achieving clarity and meaning
Exploring Manzoni’s Triad for the purpose of coaching conversations: what the coaching is useful for? And why clarity is
usually more important than goals?
Journaling for emotional rework
What if our diary is not just a transcript of events but also a vehicle for emotional management?
Three main gears of observation (and where to begin with them)
We see, but don’t observe – and we should do something with that. Here I suggest three ways to improve our observational skills.
Inside the Book: Emotional Intelligence
People who are emotionally competent succeed at work and in life, manage better stress and achieve healthy personal relationships.
The need for critical dialogue is becoming more urgent than ever
We should entertain as many critical conversations as possible to refresh our views, challenge dangerous beliefs and wake up our situational awareness.
Outsourcing stories to a journal
Old-fashioned, but evergreen: diaries have always been our personal “storage” of chronicles.
Inside the Book: The Dictionary of Body Language
Let’s review this great book that helps you enter the world of untold truths.
Interesting as Medium: keeping the coachee engaged
Exploring Manzoni’s Triad for the purpose of coaching conversations: how do we mean “interesting” and how to use it in the dialogue?