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Do you find it easier to answer “yes” or say “no”? How come a little word like “no” can create many problems in pronouncing it? Because it brings a series of negative emotions that are difficult to tolerate. A “no” can hurt, disappoint or irritate the person you’re saying it to. Furthermore, if you hope […]

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Have you ever felt as if your behaviors repeated themselves just like a broken record? This happens because you are not in control of your bad habits (the negative behavior patterns that you repeat over time). Procrastination, impulsive browsing, multitasking, blaming others, and perfectionism are some examples of habits that can lead to a drastic […]

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What’s your experience with anger? Can you perceive when it arises? How do you manage anger? Anger is an emotion that expresses compulsion and frustration in the face of something you perceive as an injustice, annoyance or threat. It can be triggered by internal and external causes or the memory of traumatic events. It is […]

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In my adolescence, I remember to have been a perfectionist. I was continuously obsessed by the research of perfection in anything I did. I procrastinated many activities this way, without realizing it. Over time, I understood this attitude made me waste a lot of time revising and redoing things without concluding. I decided a change […]

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Have you ever heard of “work-life balance”? To be honest, it’s a common topic, nowadays, but it deserves to be explained. Let’s start with a short example. Do you remember when, as a kid, you took the first step into learning how to ride a bike? What’s your struggle? The balance. At that time, you […]

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How do you approach diversity? Ever heard of Coaching for inclusion? If not, I would like the introduce the topic by beginning with an example taken from my personal childhood. Despite many years have passed, I still remember some of the games I used to create when I was a kid. One of these was […]

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Never understood why time management is important? Everyone hears, almost on a daily basis, of the importance of money, with its supposed scarcity, and how to wisely invest it. Yes, just invest. Please, remember this word. So many people believe money is the most important resource one can have but have these people ever given […]

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Empathy is at the basis of the building of any valuable relationship, when we are able to see things through the other, trying to understand their thoughts and emotions. This is very important, but how do we link it to our communication style? According to empathic communication (also known as nonviolent), we can choose to […]

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Why is it so difficult and we tend to feel resistance to change? Even when we perceive dissatisfaction or unhappiness, letting go of some aspects of our lives seems to be an impossible task. What prevents us from doing this? Resistance to change is a human instinct, a physiological fact that has to do with the […]

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“It won’t work!”, “I can’t do it!”, “This is no time!” are only some examples of implicit assumptions we often hear pronouncing by many people, and even by ourselves. These ones, together with limiting beliefs, work like “distorting spectacles” that block, limit, and force us to take or not take some particular actions by putting […]

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