2021 Chinese New Year of the Metal Ox

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Cute cartoon bull representing 2021 Chinese New Year of The Ox “Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Suffering follows an evil thought as the wheels of a cart follow the oxen that draws it. Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Joy follows a pure thought like a shadow that never leaves.”Gautama Buddha February 12th… Read more »

Takeaway from Free Virtual Group Coffeeshop Coaching – Via ZOOM – 07 February 2021

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Image of a desk, coffee, and laptop with zoom meeting of 9 people and the words Takeaway From Free Group Coaching Via-ZOOM Coffeeshop Coaching Virtual 07 February 2021 Today’s Takeaway from Free Virtual Coffeeshop Group Coaching – via ZOOM – 07 February 2021 is: Today’s topics related to finding ‘home’ right where I am physically, mentally, and emotionally, even in my professional world, when dealing with my current challenges and going after my dreams. A centered gravitational pull through the discussion continued to… Read more »

My Coffeeshop Coaching Journey – 我的咖啡店教练之旅 – Meine Coffeeshop Coaching Reise

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Diverse faces of people from Coach Melody Taylor-Fliege's Coffeeshop Coaching My Coffeeshop Coaching Journey – 我的咖啡店教练之旅 – Meine Coffeeshop Coaching Reise With this text, I intend to take you along a little bit of my coaching journey, particularly on the stretch where I developed and practiced coffeeshop coaching.我打算通过这篇文章带您了解一下我的教练之旅,特别是延伸 到咖啡店开展和操练教练技术的部分。Mit diesem Text beabsichtige ich, Sie ein wenig von meiner Coaching-Reise mitzunehmen, vor allem auf den Streckenabschnitt,… Read more »

Tough Lessons Learned in 2020

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Protective surgical face mask on a globe of the Earth with COVID-19 written on a yellow sticky note “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”–Seneca It can be challenging to shake off the old and open space for the new! Living focused on the negative of the past consumes too much valuable energy needed to develop oneself and create new ways of expressing who we are and how we can contribute… Read more »

The constructive element of complaining

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Coffee, pen, and napkin with words "Do something about it!" “When you complain, you make yourself a victim. Leave the situation, change the situation, or accept it. All else is madness.”Eckhart Tolle Do something about it! Anxiety, frustration, mistrust, betrayal, and many more complaining markers can lead to chronic complaining. In its spiral form, complaining is one harmful habit to avoid, but how? With patients,… Read more »

You are WORTH IT!!

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Woman drawing a picture sketch of herself “If you’re searching for that one person that will change your life, take a look in the mirror.”Unknown You are WORTH IT!! Three words we have all heard at least a thousand times. You are worth it, but do you genuinely understand what that means? It’s a beautiful reminder to us all that we have… Read more »

Break Through Limitations and Fear Themes

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Young business woman thinking of her fears with quote, "The fears we don't face become our limits. Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them." -Robin Sharma “The fears we don’t face become our limits.Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.”Robin Sharma Breaking through limitations requires tending to yourself with patients, love, lots of self-nurturing like healthy foods, rest, and focused based input. Self-maintenance in these areas will help you get to the bottom of the things you need to… Read more »