Category Archive for "Choice Impact"

How to Quiet the Mind and Lift the Mood

The mind is a wonderful tool for thinking, but it has a dark side. There is an aspect of the mind that is not useful but pretends to be useful, which is called the egoic mind. It is the aspect

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Hijacked by Emotions: How to Develop Self-Knowledge by Learning about Emotional Substitutions and Their Effects on Thoughts, Actions and Behaviors

  Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your emotions got the best of you? In my last blog post, I talked about emotional regulation, which is a huge component of my work with my coaching clients, just

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Personal Improvement is a House with Many Rooms.

I came across this great quote lately and immediately thought of a recent coaching client of mine. The client wanted my assistance with losing weight. While not obese or even significantly overweight, she has been concerned with her health and

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Worry as a Badge of Honor: Choice Between Worry and Care

Last week I had a client whom I was debriefing following her Energy Leadership Index Assessment (ELI). The ELI assessment provides insights into how we show up in various aspects of our life. It measures a person’s potential leadership ability by her

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Carbohydrates and Low Moods: Comfort Foods to the Rescue

According to a recent paper on moods from John Hopkins, indulging in carbohydrate-rich foods (for example, pasta, cake, bread, rice, bagel, pancakes, crackers, potatoes, bread sticks, waffles, and cookies) could indicate that you may have atypical depression. Ingesting such foods

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