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Tag Archives: psychology
Inside the Book: The Dictionary of Body Language
Let’s review this great book that helps you enter the world of untold truths.
Inside the Book: The Monographs
This compendium of observations is the Sherlock Method Starter Pack of the century.
Fears and Anxieties of a Coach (Part 2)
Coaches have some common root-causes for their fear of failure. Lacking courage and sense of mastery are some. Part 2 of 2.
Fears and Anxieties of a Coach (Part 1)
A deep learning opportunity to better understand our fear of failure and imposter syndrome. Part 1 of 2.
Self-Coaching You, but the old-fashioned way
Here’s how we can have a self-conversation using no framework, but three simple millenary practices.
Can we consider Schopenhauer a precursor in Psychology of Learning?
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.
New Maieutic: something you need to know before reading my first book
This isn’t another book that tells you How to coach.
Why are we scared to embrace adventures?
Everyone’s most ancestral emotion – and some opportunities to break down our inner barriers to succeed in life.