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Have you ever gotten a song stuck in your head? As much as you try, you can’t stop thinking about it, you can’t stop singing it. Oh you try. But the more you try, the louder it gets. Songs like Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus. Or how about We Will Rock You
Kilgrave is one of the best villains on TV. As the main bad guy in the first season of Jessica Jones, he’s a formidable foe because he has the power to control people with his words. If he says, “Jump out the window” another character will leap through a 20-story window to his death.
2020 is the year we all revealed we are a hypocrite. We always were but we just found it easier to hide before COVID life. Such a statement requires some proof of its veracity. Let’s start with a definition and then let me give you some examples. hy·poc·ri·sy | həˈpäkrəsē | noun (plural hypocrisies)
At the beginning of the session, my client told me she had a tough decision to make. Her decision would decide the course of her life going forward. She had begun to head down a certain road, knowing that the journey might be difficult, and now she was experiencing the difficulty. I was fixated
With the launch of a fresh year, many of our coaching clients will want to set new goals and give extra attention to making the coming year the best it can be. We talk a lot about goals and goal setting in the world of coaching. Indeed, coaches love goals because creating a new
Every coaching conversation is different: different client, different context, different topic, etc. Coaches have to be able to flex and adapt to all those differences in order to provide valuable coaching. But while every coaching conversation will unfold in its own unique way, there are some things that need to happen in practically every
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