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Posts Tagged ‘resilience

19
Nov

I don’t think we’re having fun anymore. We’re rushed, stressed, harried, tense, bitter, grumpy, tired… we’re a lot of things, but happy is seldom one of them. I think it’s time to choose to be happy; to have fun in the face of stress; and to be buoyant just when you feel like you’re sinking. […]

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02
Nov

  Sweaty palms, racing heart, sinking posture; that’s where I left you at the end of my previous post: you were deep in the abyss of your stress reaction; battling your stress demons. If you missed it, go back before you read this.  There’s no hope of slaying your stress demons if you don’t know […]

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29
Jan

This is the second post inspired by my interview with Canadian Olympic Women’s Soccer coach John Herdman.  [To read the first post on the characteristics of excellence, click here.] John and I will be among the speakers at the upcoming XL Leadership Summit this February in Vancouver.  John is totally amazing and as sophisticated a […]

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05
Dec

In my previous post, I talked about some really interesting research I heard presented by Dr. Mark Fenske.  His talk focused on the brain mechanisms associated with self-control. Take a read through it before reading today’s tips for how to increase your self-control. Self-control—Exercise for your Brain Maintaining self-control requires attention and energy, which we […]

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01
Dec

I had the privilege to attend a talk by Dr. Mark Fenske this week.  The talk was based on his book The Winner’s Brain.  Dr. Fenske focused on one section from the book about self-control and resilience. It couldn’t have been a better week for that topic given some of the teams I’m working with […]

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