Today’s Takeaway from Coffeeshop Group Coaching – Beijing, China – 03 September 2019

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Image Beijing China Solana Shopping Center and Chaoyang Park with words Takeaway from Beijing China Tuesday 03 September 2019 Coffeeshop Coaching Today's takeaway from Free Coffeeshop Group Coaching - Beijing, China - 03 September 2019 is: “We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.” –Mary Dunbar Self-awareness, in any given moment, enables a person to be fully present and expand the experience.... Read more »

Today’s Coffeeshop Coaching Takeaway from – Giza, Egypt – 11 August 2019

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Image of Giza Pyramids and Sphinx with words Coffeeshop Coaching Takeaway from Giza, Egypt Sunday 11 August 2019 Today's Coffeeshop Coaching takeaway from Giza, Egypt is: "Life is meant for awesome adventures, good friends, great coaches, and LOTS of coffee!" – Melody Taylor-Fliege Topic: How do your values measure up against the challenges of time? Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, offers perspectives laced with myth, legend, and mysticism. With... Read more »

Mindful Monday: Conflict in Career

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In every career there is the rough waters of conflict — Personalities don’t match, business gets mixed with pleasure, misunderstanding of all kinds. It doesn’t matter who is at fault; no one seems to escape conflict in his or her career. Are you willing to try on a different perspective today in how you approach… Read more »

Saturday’s Segment: Stress a positive perspective

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Can you move through this day like a child celebrating in the beauties and wonders life has to offer in each moment, skipping and singing a long as you go? Does your touch calm and reassure someone and make him or her feel loved? Does your voice sing an uplifting melody of hope and thanksgiving… Read more »

Well-Meaning Wednesday: Release Stress By Feeling

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Release stress by feeling your feelings, even the painful ones. You don’t need to destroy others to feel your feelings. Do it with dignity and respect of yourself and others. Keeping everything bottled-up inside creates so much stress it can literally take years off of your life. Treat others with kindness while speaking and acting… Read more »

Tolerant Tuesday: How tolerable are you really?

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Tolerance has a lot of choice in it by definition, as it is about one’s attitude, capacity, patience, respect for differences. How able or willing are you to tolerate opinions or behaviors that you do not necessarily agree with? How do you handle life situations of conflict? Are your tolerance levels similar or extremely different… Read more »

Saturday’s Stress Relief: Brainteasers, riddles and puzzles

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Brainteasers are a great way to give your mental mind a way of processing through life issues and solving the riddles and dilemmas of your life. We all like a good puzzle to solve when it feels like playing and taking a break from real life issues, especially on the weekend. How about using a… Read more »

Theatrical Thursday: Laughter to release stress

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In light of Senior Citizen’s Day and Poet’s Day (according to holidays-and-observances.com) I’ll share a funny writing that was reposted February 13, 1993 in The Chicago Tribune Dear Abby. The piece was sent from a reader who clipped it from a church bulletin – author unknown. Here it is: Old Folks Are Worth A Fortune… Read more »

Power in Perspectives: Is Suarez’s bite bigger than Italy’s exit?

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As a Life Coach, I must mention the power of perspectives that I see happening in the World Cup. The biting incident overshadowing the career exiting of some Italian national football heroes and many other current match details are being less focused on. Luis Suarez’s Latino culture background that more easily condones to strong expression… Read more »