17 “Jewels of Wisdom” from 2017

NOTICE. PAUSE. COMMIT. ACT. At end of each workshop or training seminar, I ask participants to take a few moments…

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A Flexible Approach to Communication Cultivates a Positive Coaching Environment

If you know me, have read some of my blog posts over the past several months, or follow me on…

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How a Behaviorist Views Motivation: Antecedents & Motivating Operations

Last week’s blog post provided an overview and introduction to the concept of motivation from a behaviorist’s perspective. If you…

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How a Behaviorist Views Motivation: An Overview & Introduction

OK, Julie! Here’s how you can earn your gym reimbursement reward. Several psychological theories about what constitutes and generates motivation…

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Coach to Reinforce Flexibility and Prevent Rigidity

What is your intention when coaching or mentoring a new client or junior employee? Will they commit to the path…

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4 Reasons Why Leaders and Coaches Should Collaborate with Behavior Analysts

What do leaders, managers, personal trainers, and health/performance coaches all have in common? In some way, shape, or form, they…

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Reflections on Behavior Change while Crutching Around NYC

Random neighborhood folks: So…did you hurt foot running or hurt yourself at the gym? Me: Nope, I hurt my hip.…

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