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Your Career and the Rest of Your Life

Written by Shanfan Huang September 11, 2020 Many people seek out career coaching when they hit a low point in their career—when they've felt stuck. The same was the case for me—I sought out iPEC’s coach training when I couldn’t see the light in my career. It’s unsurprising that career advancement…


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We See Things So Differently . . . Can We Still Be Friends?

Written by Jenn Gruber September 9, 2020 It's not uncommon to have differences of opinion with our friends or family members, and often adopting an "agree to disagree" attitude serves us well. We tell each other, "Okay, I know we don't see eye to eye on this, but I love you anyway!" But then at…


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Growth, Value, Contribution: The DNA of Transformative Leadership

Written by Melpomeni N. Murdakes, CPC, ELI-MP August 21, 2020 How do I make a difference? Is my work having an impact on the community I serve? Am I engaging my team in the pursuit of meaningful goals? Today, more than ever, many of us are asking ourselves these questions. Whether we lead in a…


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Want-A-Holics Anonymous

Written by Dr. Rana Al-Falaki August 14, 2020 I used to be a want-a-holic . . . What exactly is a "want-a-holic" (you may ask)? It’s when you always want something with the belief that when you get it, you'll be happy, or feel fulfilled. I was so obsessed with striving for the next achievement,…


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Your Higher Self Is Always Trying to Communicate With You

Written by Mari Roberts August 12, 2020 Many years ago, I heard about listening to the pings (your personal, internal signal) that tell us when it’s time to move on. You hear about this more in the space of relationships: “listen to the whispers to know when it’s time to move on.”   Following the…


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Productive Worry vs. Unproductive Worry

Written by Jeff Newman August 7, 2020 Worrying about our lives is highly overrated.  I was reading a story by Mark Twain, and he wrote, "I have been through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened." Did you know that a good majority of people believe worrying is helpful?…