25
Jul

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Ten Great Tips for Putting Together a Poster for a Conference

Ten Great Tips for Putting Together a Poster for a Conference

Ten Great Tips for Putting Together a Poster for a Conference Actively attending conferences and academic congresses in your field is another great way of disseminating knowledge, meeting people and networking. You usually run into a lot of like-minded people, with similar academic interests and aspirations, and are able to discuss your findings from various […]

01
Dec

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Quotes about Goal Setting

199 Quotes about Goal Setting

Unstick.Me has compiled 199 famous goal setting quotes to help inspire, motivate, and encourage you. We have curated these from a large range of sources and have tried to cover as many topics within goal setting as possible. If there are goal setting quotes you feel we missed, or if you believe we have misquoted […]

06
Oct

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Stretch Goals: Risk or Reward?

Stretch Goals: Risk or Reward?

There is a popular saying about goals: “Shoot for the moon, because even if you miss, you will land among the stars.” This idea i falls in the realm of common dictums about success: aim high, dream big, take risks. However, when we inevitably start setting goals, it is easy to start thinking about stretch goals […]

14
Jul

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Perspective

Perspective

Have you ever seen an illusion before and noticed something a bit off about it, and when you changed your perspective you saw something different (like in the picture above A & B are actually the same color: see checker shadow illusion). We are talking about illusions in this example, but perspective can be applied to how you view […]

05
May

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Starting Significant Conversations

Starting Significant Conversations

A coaching question can be a great way to take everyday conversations from cursory to compelling. Instead of asking “How are you?” or “What’s new with you these days?” and getting the standard reply, taking a risk and talking about something that really matters can lead to a greater understanding of the current reality and […]

24
Mar

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The Importance of a Strong Why

In the post 10 Traps to Avoid when Goal Setting we cautioned that setting goals that mean nothing to you is setting yourself up for failure. Let’s explore that a little more. How do some people defy the status quo and manage to achieve the seemingly impossible when others cannot? In a 2009 TED Talk, […]

10
Feb

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Coaching questions

The Importance of Questions in Coaching

Sometimes one of the best methods to better others is not mentorship or lecture, but illumination through facilitated guidance. Socrates, arguably one of the greatest philosophers in Western civilization, knew this well. He approached teaching by asking his students questions and challenging them to question their own knowledge and beliefs. That’s why today this approach is known as the […]

13
Jan

3
The Difference between Coaching and Psychology

The Difference between Coaching and Psychology

As I have developed my expertise in coaching, the academic backdrop for this development has been organizational psychology. As such, I’m frequently asked, “what’s the difference between psychology and coaching?” Here is my personal point of view on the subject, please take it as nothing more than that: One of the fundamental differences between a coach […]