Improve your Life and Your Health with Self-Experimentation and a Flexible Mindset

“We conduct experiments to find out something we do not know.” (Murray Sidman, 1960)  Experiment. That word likely triggers some…

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Turn the Page: Move Forward with Intentional Flexibility

Happy New Year!!I figured it would be appropriate to share my 2018 intention with you at the end of this…

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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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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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Engage Your Resilience “Super Powers” and Achieve Goals with Psychological Flexibility

“You are never given more than you can handle.” Have you ever cringed at the sound of that phrase? Yea,…

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