Let’s Talk about…Emotions!

Emotions Blog by Zilvold Coaching & Training

This article is about feelings and emotions. It contains techniques and tips that can help you deal with them more effectively at work and at home. This way you can experience more joy and satisfaction in your life.

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On Dealing with Resistance from a Group

Every leader, team manager, trainer or director sometimes has to deal with resistance from a group. How do you deal with that? In this article I give you 6 personal tips to get a group moving again by creating trust, security and engaged.

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Characteristics of a Good Engineer

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In the past, I have written about essential soft skills of an engineer and how an engineer can be more creative. What followed were book- and film reviews and articles for a wider audience. With this article I go back to basics and write about the characteristics of a good engineer.

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What is your Ikigai?

Blue Zone Okinawa

Summary: This article explains how you can find your Ikigai. A Japanese word meaning “life goal” or “the reason for being”. People living their Ikigai feel fulfilled, have wellness, joy, happiness and have balance in the daily routine of life. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. This summer I went to visit the island of Okinawa. It’s…

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2019 Summer Reading List

Summary: Are you planning on traveling soon and are you still looking for a good book? Let yourself be inspired by my summer reading list. Some books are only available in English and others only in Dutch. My list mainly contains books in the field of self-development and gaining more knowledge.

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How Core Reflection can help you to get further

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Summary:This article explains how you can reflect and how it can help you further with a problem situation at work or at home. It also describes what core reflection means. This helps you to come into contact with your ideals so that you can deal with what is hindering you with the help of your…

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Examples of WHY Statements

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A good WHY statement of an individual or a “tribe” will attract people who believe what they believe. This article gives you some examples of WHY statements to inspire you to discover your own so you can experience more fulfillment by contributing and having an effect on the world.

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What does a WHY session look like?

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Why do you do the things you do or why don’t you (yet). To make you aware of this, a so-called “Why session” can help you. This article tells you what a Why session looks like. How you can prepare for it and what you still have to do to refine your WHY statement. Your WHY helps you to make decisions that are in line with you so that you can lead a happier, more action-oriented and more loving life.

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How to have more Courage in Life

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Summary: Do you do have to do something challenging today? A presentation, an important conversation? Do you have a difficult challenge that you are afraid of? This article is about courage, how you can find courage and how you can develop it. Voor Nederlands, klik hier. “That was courageous of you, Freek.” This is what…

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Focus On / Off (bookreview)

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Summary: This article is a short book review of the Dutch book Focus On / Off by Mark Tigchelaar. It can help you well if you have a hard time concentrating, you are in need more focus and if you’re distracted often. It explains what the four concentration leaks are and gives you lots of…

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