Our brains
have only two
said Dan Siegel, M.D.
last weekend
at the Harvard Coaching Conference.

When in receptive mode,
our physiology is relaxed.
We innovate and create,
and problem solve.
In reactive mode,
we are not open
to learning
or empathy
or flexibility.
we want to
take flight
or freeze.
We can
train our brains
stay centered
and in receptive mode,
Daniel Goleman said,
and life
is the practice.

What are some techniques for staying centered?  Stay tuned for more good stuff from the Harvard Coaching Conference.  If you’ve coached with me or heard me speak, you know that a centering practice doesn’t have to include meditation (although it can).


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To get your name on the list for a complimentary ‘get to know each other’ session,
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And then get ready to get your groove on.

The Making Magnificence Coaching Program begins Oct. 16th in Raleigh!
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