Nov 09

Coaching Tools

For Coaches, about Coaching

This page is designed to share useful pages or sources of information about Coaching that are already in the public realm.The International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring This is a open access, peer reviewed journal on coaching and mentoring. It is published bi-annually. This site provides well researched resources for coaches. Library of Professional CoachingThis […]

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Nov 09

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Resources

For Coaches, about Coaching

This page is designed to share useful pages or sources of information about EFT that is already in the public realm.  The home for official EFTThis site gives you an abundance of 100% free resources resources, such as, tutorials, step-by-step videos, articles, workshops, webinars. This site has something for everyone from the beginner (start on […]

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Nov 09

mBIT Resources

For Coaches, about Coaching

This page is designed to share useful pages or sources of information about mBIT that is already in the public realm.If you had not heard of mBIT and mBraining before you joined the Community, you should know about it now because at the end of your 8 week elearning Foundations program, you will have received […]

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Jun 08

How You Do Self-Reflection Makes All the Difference

Mind/Body

Research has shown that people who are self-aware are more fulfilled, have stronger relationships, are more confident, are better communicators, are less likely to lie, cheat, and steal, perform better at work and are more promotable. They are also more effective leaders in more profitable companies. What the? Entrepreneur, Organisational Psychologist and author of Insight, Dr. […]

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Apr 22

New Insight Into How ‘Gut Feelings’ Affect Mental Health, Depression and Anxiety

Mind/Body , Transformational Change Methods

In recent years, the study of causes and treatments of depression has uncovered a link to the health of the microbiome within the body’s digestive system. The hypothesis is that the presence or absence of healthy digestive bacteria affects the way  the brain functions, and new research by a Florida State University neuroscientist sheds more insight into this. The findings by […]

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