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The Art and Science of Getting People to Care: How to Stand Out, Tap Into Emotions, and Meet Customers on Their Level
Quiet Your Inner Critic: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Get Gutsy and Play Bigger
Long-Term Learning: Harnessing Your Brain to Learn More Effectively and Remember More of What You Learn
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Написано Saba Imru-Mathieu, Antasha Durbin, Dana Malstaff и

Озвучено Karlo Krznarić, Inez Jordan, Saba Imru-Mathieu и

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In The Witness and the Explorer: Learning Dyad Meditation, an audio course from Scribd Coach, coaches Sarah Dekker and Nic Burnard tell listeners all they need to know about dyad meditation — a meditation technique developed for pairs. Driven by the belief that dyad meditation can deepen your connection to yourself and life, Dekker and Burnard explore the history of dyad meditation and offer an overview; discuss the “witness” and the “explorer,” the two roles in dyad meditation; explore questions to help you deepen your dyad practice; and offer tips on developing your own dyad practice.

If you’re looking for new inroads to mindfulness and meditation, you’ve come to the right place. Dekker and Burnard will be your guides through this lesser-known meditative practice.

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ИздательScribd Coach
Дата выпуска26 янв. 2021 г.
The Art and Science of Getting People to Care: How to Stand Out, Tap Into Emotions, and Meet Customers on Their Level
Quiet Your Inner Critic: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Get Gutsy and Play Bigger
Long-Term Learning: Harnessing Your Brain to Learn More Effectively and Remember More of What You Learn

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  • Long-Term Learning: Harnessing Your Brain to Learn More Effectively and Remember More of What You Learn
    Long-Term Learning: Harnessing Your Brain to Learn More Effectively and Remember More of What You Learn
    Long-Term Learning: Harnessing Your Brain to Learn More Effectively and Remember More of What You Learn

    Scientists estimate that the human brain is capable of storing the equivalent of three million TV shows within its walls. So why can't you remember anything from that lecture you just watched? The answer lies in the fact that we can't easily retrieve that information or process it effectively. How can we ensure that we're making good use of our brain space and actually learning what we hear? Enter computer scientist and corporate trainer/consultant Matt Harrison and this audio course, Long-Term Learning. Harrison argues that by understanding how the brain works and retrieve information, we can develop effective learning strategies and better recall the information we absorb when we need it. In the course, Harrison breaks down how the brain's memory works and how we can change our habits to make it work better for us, and offers proven strategies for getting information to stick and appear to us such as the "memory palace" and spaced repetition. He also provides helpful exercises to help you confirm your knowledge and begin applying it immediately. The first step to becoming a lifelong learner is to understand. If you're ready to revolutionize the way you learn, give Long-Term Learning a spin.

  • The Art and Science of Getting People to Care: How to Stand Out, Tap Into Emotions, and Meet Customers on Their Level
    The Art and Science of Getting People to Care: How to Stand Out, Tap Into Emotions, and Meet Customers on Their Level
    The Art and Science of Getting People to Care: How to Stand Out, Tap Into Emotions, and Meet Customers on Their Level

    Despite the fact that the field of marketing has undergone dramatic change in the last fifty years, most marketers still cling to the notion that marketing is all about promotion and awareness. In this audio course, former psychological researcher, founder, and marketing expert Margo Aaron explains why this approach no longer works — and walks you through a game-changing alternative. Aaron's system recognizes the importance of getting potential customers to care by speaking to them in a way that resonates with them and gets them to take action. In The Art and Science of Getting People to Care, she addresses misunderstandings about marketing; explains the "marketing system" and how to "de-silo" to expand the influence of your marketing; how to stand out in a way that really catches customers' eyes; how to tap into the emotions of potential customers in an ethical way; and much more. She also includes exercises to verify what you've learned and start applying it in the real world. We live in a rapidly changing world, and marketing is changing right along with it. With the knowledge gained from Aaron's course, you'll be better equipped to face those changes with confidence, competence, and compassion — whether you're an entrepreneur, an independent content creator, a developing marketing manager, or an industry veteran.

  • Quiet Your Inner Critic: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Get Gutsy and Play Bigger
    Quiet Your Inner Critic: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Get Gutsy and Play Bigger
    Quiet Your Inner Critic: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome to Get Gutsy and Play Bigger

    Studies indicate that 70% of Americans experience imposter syndrome at some point in their lives. It's a debilitating experience that can cause stress and anxiety in your career and in your personal life. But what if you had the tools to take action in spite of your imposter syndrome — to quiet your inner critic for good? In this audio course, Quiet Your Inner Critic, ICF-certified life coach Becky Mollenkamp runs you through how to do just that. Mollenkamp explains how to discern "imposter thinking" from realistic thinking; how to personify your inner critic and treat them with compassion and respect; three questions to ask your inner critic to silence their anxieties; and much more. She also includes exercises so you can begin challenging your inner critic head-on. If imposter syndrome is taking a toll on your mental health and career, look no further. Mollenkamp's methods will enable you to seize control of your life from your inner critic — and live the life you truly want.

  • The Three Happy Habits: Techniques Leaders Use to Fight Burnout, Build Resilience and Create Thriving Workplace Cultures
    The Three Happy Habits: Techniques Leaders Use to Fight Burnout, Build Resilience and Create Thriving Workplace Cultures
    The Three Happy Habits: Techniques Leaders Use to Fight Burnout, Build Resilience and Create Thriving Workplace Cultures

    Professional burnout is real, and it's ubiquitous: 79% of employees in the workforce have reported feeling some kind of burnout. The consequences of burnout can be troubling for individuals and employers alike. But, we're told, the work has to get done. How can you not only manage your own stress to avoid becoming burned out, but also thrive in spite of your exhaustion, and lift up the culture of your organization? Founder and culture consultant Beth Ridley has answers. In this audio course, The Three Happy Habits, she offers a new framework for dealing with workplace stress in the form of the "three happy habits": mindfulness, gratitude, and investing in new experiences. She also explains how to practice the habits consistently, how to lead with the happy habits, and shares exercises to verify your knowledge and start applying it to your own life. You don't merely have to cope with burnout — these three happy habits can help you thrive personally and professionally, even in times of high stress.

  • Twenty-Five Hour Days: How to Take Control of Your Time, Meet Your Goals, and Do More of What Matters
    Twenty-Five Hour Days: How to Take Control of Your Time, Meet Your Goals, and Do More of What Matters
    Twenty-Five Hour Days: How to Take Control of Your Time, Meet Your Goals, and Do More of What Matters

    If you're like most people, you probably feel like you never have enough time. Studies suggest that we waste at least an hour a day on mindless, unproductive activities. That's thirty hours a month of your time. Additionally, your time and attention might often end up hijacked by the needs of others. How can we make better use of our time? In Twenty-Five Hour Days, blogger and time management expert Matt Ragland explains his "ACE Method" — Awareness, Clarity, and Execution — that will empower you to understand how you're spending your time and locate a "hidden" 25th hour in your day, as well as set healthy goals and stay focused on your work by taking consistent daily action. Ragland's method will help you take control of your time, meet your goals, and, above all, do what really matters in life. Take your time back into your own hands. With a little help from Ragland's course, you can become a time management wizard — and pull off the miracle of finding extra time in your day.

  • The Power Within You: Overcome Your Programmed Behaviors to Get Unstuck and Find Your Unique Purpose
    The Power Within You: Overcome Your Programmed Behaviors to Get Unstuck and Find Your Unique Purpose
    The Power Within You: Overcome Your Programmed Behaviors to Get Unstuck and Find Your Unique Purpose

    We're in a veritable epidemic of negative thinking. These negative thoughts cause us to get stuck in a rut in our lives, affecting our decision-making, habits, communication, and self-image. To get out of this rut, we need to overcome the negative thought patterns that rule our minds and connect with our unique purpose. But how? In this Scribd Coach course, leadership coach Mamta Gera teaches you how to become aware of your programmed behaviors and patterns of negative thinking so you can increase awareness of your thoughts, change them, and make progress toward your unique purpose. With profound empathy and wisdom, Gera covers the emotional roots of negative thoughts; mental habits and how you can reframe them; and communication patterns and how they affect your work and relationships. Tap into your potential with the power of positive thinking. In The Power Within You, Mamta Gera offers a road map for doing just that.

  • Energy Management: Structuring Your Time to Get the Important Stuff Done in Fewer Than Fifteen Hours a Week
    Energy Management: Structuring Your Time to Get the Important Stuff Done in Fewer Than Fifteen Hours a Week
    Energy Management: Structuring Your Time to Get the Important Stuff Done in Fewer Than Fifteen Hours a Week

    Balancing all the responsibilities in many different areas in our lives—our careers, our families, and our friendships—is an ongoing battle. The way we've historically been told to balance these responsibilities, "time management," has proven woefully ineffective. That "hustle until you make it" mindset cause our mental health and relationships to deteriorate. What's the alternative? The answer, from Boss Mom founder and CEO Dana Malstaff, is "energy management," a system that encourages you to balance your total personal energy rather than your time. In this audio course, Malstaff explains her new approach to budgeting time using her energy management formula, how to structure your time to get important tasks done in 15 hours a week, when and how to outsource your energy, and much more. She also provides helpful exercises to begin applying what you've learned to your own life. No more getting burned out by "time management." In Energy Management, Dana Malstaff offers a new, more effective paradigm for women who are ready to take their business to the next level while staying true to themselves.

  • The Anxiety Toolbox: Techniques for Managing Difficult Emotions
    The Anxiety Toolbox: Techniques for Managing Difficult Emotions
    The Anxiety Toolbox: Techniques for Managing Difficult Emotions

    Anxiety is one of the most difficult human emotions, and the way we’re primarily told to deal with our anxiety is generally ineffective. It’s common to treat anxiety as a flaw, something that must be gotten rid of — and the ultimate result is even more stress. Licensed therapist Janice McWilliams wants to take a different approach in The Anxiety Toolbox, an audio course from Scribd Coach. McWilliams begins with the premise that the right move is to change your relationship with anxiety rather than trying to get rid of it outright. From there, she offers a number of practicable tips for dealing with anxiety in a time of crisis: scheduling your worry, managing difficult thoughts, feeling your feelings at their depth, and much more. If you’re interested in a fresh, clinical perspective on anxiety management, you’ve come to the right place: Janice McWilliams and her years of experience are here to help.

  • Lessons for a Good Life: How to Practice the Stoic Art of Living
    Lessons for a Good Life: How to Practice the Stoic Art of Living
    Lessons for a Good Life: How to Practice the Stoic Art of Living

    Across the ages, philosophers have asked that ancient question: What does it mean to live a good life? How can we make the most of our time on this planet, and how can we be "good" at living? Jonas Salzgeber, drawing from the ancient philosophical tradition of Stoicism, gives us a pretty good idea. In Lessons for a Good Life, an audio course from Scribd Coach, the Stoic expert and Little Book of Stoicism Author offers a crash course on practical Stoic thought for the modern world. Using his Stoic Happiness Triangle model as a starting point, Salzgeber explains how to identify what really matters in your life, how to stop being troubled by things outside your control, how to accept responsibility for what happens in your life, and how to live according to your inborn nature. He also shares exercises and practical tips so you can get started living the Stoic life right away. If you're looking to gain control over your own life and come ever closer to happiness, Stoic philosophy can offer you a road map for achieving your goals. Give it a listen and become one with the ancients.

  • The Secrets of Successful Public Speakers: How to Improve Confidence and Credibility in Your Communication
    The Secrets of Successful Public Speakers: How to Improve Confidence and Credibility in Your Communication
    The Secrets of Successful Public Speakers: How to Improve Confidence and Credibility in Your Communication

    Public speaking is one of the world's most common fears. It's estimated that around three-quarters of all Americans harbor a fear of public speaking. And who can blame them? But it doesn't have to be a terrifying experience. In this Scribd Coach audio course, two-time UK and Ireland national public speaking champion and author of The Five Pillars of Effective Public Speaking, Kyle Murtagh, runs you through how to speak in public pain-free. In The Secrets of Successful Public Speakers, Murtagh explains every component of public speaking — body language, voice, structure, and confidence — in detail, offering practical, helpful advice to make you a master public speaker. Kyle also includes speaking exercises so you can begin to apply what you've learned right away. If you regularly speak at work, have a speaking engagement coming up, or simply want to speak with more charisma and eloquence in your everyday life, The Secrets of Successful Public Speakers is an invaluable resource. Stop fearing, and start speaking!

  • Nailing the Interview: A Comprehensive Guide to Job Interviewing
    Nailing the Interview: A Comprehensive Guide to Job Interviewing
    Nailing the Interview: A Comprehensive Guide to Job Interviewing

    If you're like most people, the thought of going to a job interview probably puts you a little on edge. How can you know what to expect? What if you don't leave a good first impression? What if you get asked a question but don't know how to answer? Interviewing for a job can feel like a high-stakes jigsaw puzzle. But it doesn't have to. Imran Afzal, backed by decades of professional experience, offers a road map for nailing your job interview. In Nailing the Interview from Scribd Coach, Afzal explains how you can sell your skills and support your resume; typical job interview formats; how to practice for a job interview; how to make a good first impression; how to wrap up when an interview is over; and much, much more, including comprehensive interviewing tips. And since no job interview guide would be complete without sample questions, he's also included how to answer behavioral, situational, and technical questions you might encounter in your next interview. If you want to interview competently and conquer your fear of sitting for a job interview, you're in the right place. Afzal's guidance could easily earn you your next role!

  • The Pillars of Self-Love
    The Pillars of Self-Love
    The Pillars of Self-Love

    Self-love is a ubiquitous concept in our culture. We know it's important to make self-love a priority and that we should cultivate greater self-love — but often, thanks to the impossible standards society tells us we should live up to, cultivating self-love can feel like a Herculean task. Fortunately, life coach D'Yonna Riley is here to help. In this audio course, The Pillars of Self-Love, Riley runs you through each step of developing a self-love routine, using the six "pillars" of self-love — self-acceptance, self-care, non-identification, self-compassion, gratitude, and boundaries — as a framework. She also explains how to take inventory of your values and their impact on your capacity for self-love, as well as how to create a self-love "action plan." Riley's course is empathetic, thoughtful, and bursting with fresh insights. If you're looking to make a concerted effort to cultivate self-love — look no further.

  • Learn Anything: Crafting a Map to Learn New Skills
    Learn Anything: Crafting a Map to Learn New Skills
    Learn Anything: Crafting a Map to Learn New Skills

    The ability to learn new skills has become a requirement in the modern work force. But the idea of learning a new skill is much easier than actually putting in the work. Between the endless information about new skills online and the effort it takes to get practice, it can seem impossible to get started on learning a skill. Fortunately, management expert and blogger Filipa Canelas knows a thing or two about goals. In this course, Canelas outlines her one-of-a-kind strategy for learning how to do something new: She encourages beginning with your mindset and considering various personal perspectives to help simplify your goals and make headway on learning those new skills. She also offers exercises to begin putting what you've learned to use, and how you can apply the goal-setting strategy you develop to the real world. Have goals but aren't sure where to turn to get started on working on them? Learn Anything could be that crucial first step.

  • Creating a Vision Board That Works
    Creating a Vision Board That Works
    Creating a Vision Board That Works

    Vision boarding is an immensely popular method of setting goals and getting to work on achieving them. But some people, for one reason or another, struggle to find the value in vision boarding — maybe you've tried before and had limited success, or maybe you're just not sure it's for you. Spiritual writer Antasha Durbin understands this impulse, and in Creating a Vision Board That Works, she offers a solution. Durbin's audio course doesn't just run you through the best practices for assembling a vision board. Durbin explains how you can do the work necessary to bring the dreams on your vision board a reality. She explains how to prepare to assemble your board to get as much out of it as possible, how to create digital and physical vision boards, and how you can make an action plan to make real, meaningful progress toward your goals. If you're on the fence about vision boarding or thinking about giving it another try after a less-than-stellar experience, Creating a Vision Board That Works is just the course for you.

  • Business Networking for Introverts: How to Build Relationships the Authentic Way
    Business Networking for Introverts: How to Build Relationships the Authentic Way
    Business Networking for Introverts: How to Build Relationships the Authentic Way

    It’s well-established that these days that networking is a requirement to make it in the business world. But many of us cringe at the mere mention of the word “networking.” If you’re an introvert, that might be the case for you. Social interactions are already draining enough — they can feel totally undesirable when a business component is introduced. Thankfully, Karlo Krznarić knows that networking doesn’t have to be a nightmare. It can be an enjoyable, valuable experience… even if you’re an introvert! In Business Networking for Introverts, Krznarić runs you through everything you need to know about networking, from getting into a relationship-building state of mind to following up after a networking event. Krznarić also offers practical tips on thorny networking situations like managing awkward exchanges, leaving a conversation, and running out of conversational material. Above all, Krznarić teaches that networking should be a pleasurable activity motivated by the desire to build meaningful relationships that are mutually beneficial both inside and outside of business contexts. If you’re an introvert or someone who’s otherwise apprehensive about the prospect of networking, this course is for you. Networking is a nightmare no more.

  • Own Your Goals: How to Become Goal-Oriented and Set Goals You’ll Really Achieve
    Own Your Goals: How to Become Goal-Oriented and Set Goals You’ll Really Achieve
    Own Your Goals: How to Become Goal-Oriented and Set Goals You’ll Really Achieve

    If we want to know what we’re going to do in life, we have to set goals. But maybe you’ve set goals before only to find that they never came to fruition, or maybe you don’t even know where to begin with setting goals in an effective way. It’s not exactly the most intuitive thing we do. Fortunately, Sherique Dill is here to help. In Own Your Goals, an audio course from Scribd Coach, Dill explains the value of setting goals, how to begin setting them by evaluating your vision and purpose, and how to conquer negative emotions so you can begin setting goals that will yield fruitful results. She also includes journaling exercises so you can begin putting the ideas in the course into practice. Confused about setting goals, or tired of setting goals that never seem to come to light? Dill’s course could just be for you.

  • 31 Days to Creativity: Daily Exercises for an Explosion of Creativity
    31 Days to Creativity: Daily Exercises for an Explosion of Creativity
    31 Days to Creativity: Daily Exercises for an Explosion of Creativity

    Are there art supplies sitting on your shelf crying out for attention? Do you find yourself struggling to find inspiration? Do you feel like there’s not enough time in the day for your creative pursuits? You’re definitely not alone; getting into creative work and getting inspired don’t come easily, even to the most accomplished creatives. Artist Mary-Jane Roussel is here to help. In 31 Days to Creativity, an audio course from Scribd Coach, Roussel shares a set of daily exercises meant to inspire you and hone your creative craft. Over the course of thirty-one days, you’ll get time-tested and fresh, new advice for supercharging your creative practice and inspiration.

  • How Do You Show Up?: Understanding and Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence
    How Do You Show Up?: Understanding and Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence
    How Do You Show Up?: Understanding and Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence

    There’s a lot of talk about emotional intelligence in the world these days. But what specifically does it mean? What are its benefits? And how can we work to give our emotional intelligence a boost? In short: How can we show up to be our best selves in the world? Emotional intelligence coach Inez Jordan is here to provide a primer. In this audio course from Scribd Coach, Jordan explains the basis of emotional intelligence — that is, emotions — as well as how to handle negative feelings and limiting beliefs and how to lead with emotional intelligence. Jordan also offers a deep dive into emotional intelligence’s four key competencies, complete with ways you can exercise each one of them and become an EQ mastermind. If you want to understand and grow emotional intelligence in your own life, there’s no better starting point than Jordan’s course.

  • Leading with Coaching
    Leading with Coaching
    Leading with Coaching

    In this course, professional coach Saba Imru-Mathieu explains how to apply the principles of coaching in your day-to-day life, in your work, and in your leadership. The course is meant to provide a useful, accessible overview of the principles of coaching for those interested in using coaching to enhance their lives but unfamiliar with its nuances.

  • Making Sense of Anxiety and Stress: A Comprehensive Stress Management Toolkit
    Making Sense of Anxiety and Stress: A Comprehensive Stress Management Toolkit
    Making Sense of Anxiety and Stress: A Comprehensive Stress Management Toolkit

    There’s no denying the troubling uptick in reports of severe anxiety that’s happening all around us. Anxiety and stress are normal emotions that can be an important part of our everyday experience — but when it’s persistent or begins affecting your day-to-day life, it’s important to know what’s going on and how to handle it. Making Sense of Anxiety and Stress offers a roadmap for understanding and managing stress and anxiety. Drawing from his experience as a research psychologist, Saarim Aslam provides a comprehensive, evidence-based understanding of anxiety and stress that specifically addresses each of the three ways anxiety affects us: in our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Aslam also shares quick tips for dealing with feelings of anxiety in a pinch, as well as exercises so you can begin applying what you’ve learned right away. Making Sense of Anxiety and Stress is your scientific one stop for managing anxiety, packed with new and time-tested insights on a crucial topic.

  • Start with Your Spark: Creating a Career That Inspires You
    Start with Your Spark: Creating a Career That Inspires You
    Start with Your Spark: Creating a Career That Inspires You

    Imagine that it’s ten years from today, and you’re doing the same thing in your career that you are right now. Would this news make you happy, or would you be disappointed? We all find ourselves in a career rut sometimes — and while we’re in it, it can seem like there’s no way out. But there is — just ask professional development coach Beth Ridley. In Start with Your Spark, Ridley offers a new framework for dealing with career ruts. It begins with finding your “spark,” or the unique, intrinsic motivators that move us to work. Once you’ve identified your spark, Ridley explains how to envision a new future without fear and chart your path by taking on various “bets” — or risks — to advance in your career. Along the way, she offers exercises to help you start applying what you’ve learned right away. If you’re interested in taking the next step to your dream career but unsure where to start, Start with Your Spark could be just the road map you need.

  • Be the Boss of Your Worry: How to Understand and Manage Anxiety
    Be the Boss of Your Worry: How to Understand and Manage Anxiety
    Be the Boss of Your Worry: How to Understand and Manage Anxiety

    There’s a lot of information out there about coping with anxiety. Maybe you’ve read countless books and articles on managing anxiety… but still find yourself struggling to manage stress when it arises in your life. What is one supposed to make of the seemingly endless resources on anxiety in the world? Where do you even start? Licensed clinical social worker Jennifer Bronsnick is here to make the journey to managing your anxiety a little bit easier. In Be the Boss of Your Worry, an audio course from Scribd, Bronsnick offers a comprehensive look at anxiety and its function in our lives, explains the “six essential cognitive patterns” for handling anxiety, and shares a number of techniques for coping. Bronsnick encourages listeners to forge their own path to anxiety management, experimenting with various methods and holding on to the ones that work. She also explains how you can empower others to manage their anxiety more effectively and recommends exercises so you can start applying her techniques right away. Be the Boss of Your Worry holds the keys to understanding and managing anxiety. Take a listen — you might just find your new favorite coping technique!

  • Big-Hearted Boundaries: Caring for Yourself, Maintaining Your Relationships, and Setting Limits
    Big-Hearted Boundaries: Caring for Yourself, Maintaining Your Relationships, and Setting Limits
    Big-Hearted Boundaries: Caring for Yourself, Maintaining Your Relationships, and Setting Limits

    Boundaries are a necessary element of good mental health and successful interpersonal relationships. But from an early age, we’re taught to push down our negative emotions — which makes it that much harder to set boundaries. In a world that tells us that it’s best to ignore our own needs, how can we know how to set boundaries? Registered psychologist Nicole Perry has the answer. In Big-Hearted Boundaries, an audio course from Scribd Coach, Perry explains, from a uniquely feminist, collaborative perspective, how to overcome the messaging we receive from society about our needs and set crucial boundaries. She also explains how to make “full-body decisions” that align with your own needs and deal with the guilt we often experience when we put our needs and health first. It’s more essential in today’s world than ever before to set boundaries and ensure that they’re respected. Nicole Perry’s course is a great starting point for those who want to start being intentional about boundaries.

  • The Power of Permission: Letting Yourself Change, Fail, Succeed, Launch, and Live to the Fullest
    The Power of Permission: Letting Yourself Change, Fail, Succeed, Launch, and Live to the Fullest
    The Power of Permission: Letting Yourself Change, Fail, Succeed, Launch, and Live to the Fullest

    Even if we don’t know it, permission is all around us. We seek permission from our employers, partners, families, and even society itself. Permission may play an essential role in the functioning of the world — but in many cases, the need for permission and approval can thwart our long-term goals and desires. Kate Pennell’s The Power of Permission: Letting Yourself Change, Fail, Succeed, Launch, and Live to the Fullest, an audio course from Scribd Coach, investigates this largely uninvestigated phenomenon. With empathy and understanding, Pennell explains the power that permission from ourselves and others holds over us; how permission affects our decision making and level of satisfaction; and how giving yourself permission can help you grow as a person and progress toward your potential best. She offers exercises along the way so you can begin applying what you’ve learned right away. No need to wait for permission from others — The Power of Permission will help you take your life into your own hands.

  • Breaking Bad Habits and Improving Your Life
    Breaking Bad Habits and Improving Your Life
    Breaking Bad Habits and Improving Your Life

    Habits are at the very core of our lives. The habits we make — and don’t make — for ourselves can dramatically affect the trajectory of our lives. You might have an idea of which habits are “good” and which habits are “bad.” But identifying the quality of habits is light work compared to making new habits, and breaking the bad ones can be even tougher. Author Michał Stawicki is here to help. In Breaking Bad Habits and Improving Your Life, Stawicki gives a valuable lesson in one of the toughest activities there is: breaking bad habits that are holding you back from your ideal life. In Breaking Bad Habits, Stawicki breaks down the science of habits, provides tangible steps for ridding yourself of bad habits, and explains how you can replace those no-good habits with healthier ones. He also shares exercises along the way to help you put what you’ve learned into practice immediately. Are you ready to enhance your life? The first step could lie in changing your habits. Breaking Bad Habits and Improving Your Life is essential reading for fans of personal development.

  • Self-Compassion: Sweeten Your Life Through Kindness and Understanding
    Self-Compassion: Sweeten Your Life Through Kindness and Understanding
    Self-Compassion: Sweeten Your Life Through Kindness and Understanding

    In Self-Compassion: Sweeten Your Life Through Kindness and Understanding, an audio course from Scribd Coach, yoga and meditation instructor Hien Hong breaks the myths associated with self-compassion and explains, one component at a time, how we can develop greater self-compassion in our own lives. Throughout the course, Hong explains self-forgiveness and kindness, how to notice what your body needs and fulfill its needs, and much, much more. In addition to a trauma-informed lens and a special focus on the self-compassion needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, Hong share exercises to help you begin applying what you’ve learned right away. Misconceptions about self-compassion abound in our society; Hien Hong sets the record straight with compassion, empathy, and eclectic wisdom.

  • Minimal Finance: Forging Your Own Path to Financial Freedom
    Minimal Finance: Forging Your Own Path to Financial Freedom
    Minimal Finance: Forging Your Own Path to Financial Freedom

    These days, it seems you can’t escape financial advice of the most extreme variety. How many times have you read or heard someone promising they can change your financial life only to discover their suggestions are well beyond your reach, or that they’re obviously unrealistic? Enter Sam Dixon Brown. In his Scribd Coach course Minimal Finance, Brown turns conventional financial wisdom on its head. Using a modified version of the “FIRE movement” as a starting point, he explains how he was able to save aggressively and manage his portfolio to retire early by setting goals that made sense for him. Brown also explains how each and every one of us can find the right way forward for financial freedom — without self-deprivation or immense wealth as a prerequisite. If you’re ready for some fresh, bold personal finance advice, look no further — Minimal Finance is the way of the future.

  • The Complete Guide to Career Success: Intentional Career Planning to Live Your Best Life at Work
    The Complete Guide to Career Success: Intentional Career Planning to Live Your Best Life at Work
    The Complete Guide to Career Success: Intentional Career Planning to Live Your Best Life at Work

    Managing and succeeding in your careers has always been a challenge, even in the best of times. These days, the entire professional landscape is shifting, and the conventional sources of career wisdom just can’t keep up. Accredited career coach Mark Crossfield’s Scribd Coach course The Complete Guide to Career Success is a career handbook for our times. If you’re feeling stuck in your career, unsure that a career move is right for you, or simply totally lost, Crossfield is here to help. In The Complete Guide, he explains how to decide if a new role could be right for you, how to build career resilience, how to explore your career options like a pro, and much more. He also shares exercises that can help you get started on the next step of your career journey right away. Workers of all ages, backgrounds, and stages of their career are sure to find value in Crossfield’s Complete Guide. Dive in and find your way in the world of work.

  • When You Can’t Just Talk About It: How to Navigate Difficult Conversations
    When You Can’t Just Talk About It: How to Navigate Difficult Conversations
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Saba Imru-Mathieu

Saba Imru-Mathieu is a prominent leadership coach and coach trainer, CEO of her company, Leaders Today and its education branch Leader Coach Academy, based in Geneva, Switzerland. She's had a rich and eventful life, born into a family of Ethiopian diplomats during the days of the Ethiopian Empire, she lived in many different countries, thriving on immersing herself in a variety of cultures and mindsets. But the wheels of history are unpredictable, and she became a refugee at the age of 17. From her father she learned how to stick to her values and work hard, from her artist mother she got passion and a dash of impulsivity. These are the pillars of her unfailing resilience, which enabled her to overcome difficulties and build a successful life and career. Her professional experience spans different industries, the arts, business, academia and international development as an HR leader in a UN agency, and a consultant in many others. The common thread in all her activities is to help people live more fulfilling lives at work and at home by teaching them a transformational leadership skill, coaching! This skill solves many of the problems we see today at work from stress, to bad relations, shaky performance and ineffective management. She is a facilitator of international events for leadership development and a TEDx speaker. Read more about her here https://www.leaderstoday.co/people/saba-imru-mathieu Saba lives in the country-side at the foot of the Jura mountains, with her husband Jean-François and their cherished furry friend Kado, and loves her close-knit family spread around the world.

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