This blog was written by Team Simple. Not Easy. When feeling stuck, it’s human nature to ask: “What will get me out of this tough spot?” Rather than, “What do I already know that will be helpful to me?”  This can happen because we prefer to feel less vulnerable or we don’t take the time…

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If there was ever a time in history when most of the world experienced uneasiness, loss, and anxiety conjointly, we are living it now. The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn have many questioning their current situation and what’s the next best course of action to pursue. Not only are we worrying about our own…

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The future of business coaching is evolving. Once reserved for the highest levels of executives, coaching, it now benefits a wide range of stakeholders in large organizations and institutions. But with the diversity comes more demand and some industry growing pains. Learn more about the evolution of business coaching.

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Navigating personal and professional relationships can be at times confusing and even frustrating. In such moments, many among us have wished for a map, a compass or even a GPS to provide reliable assistance with the next steps. After considering such dilemmas for many years with my coaching clients, I recently discovered impressive research that…

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Simple not easy, goals, feelings

CoreSelf mapping from Simple Not Easy allows teams and individuals to navigate each vantage point and trust the map laid out in front of them.

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Simple not easy, real questions, on the same page, internal observer, coreself mapping

“If I had an hour to solve a problem I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.” – Albert Einstein “If you define the problem correctly, you almost have the solution.” – Steve Jobs Introduction Real Question/Same Page materials as a workshop were originally developed for people seeking to…

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Improving health measures is becoming increasingly important to many companies who want their employees to be in optimal physical and mental health. In fact, many companies are working to bring mindfulness and even the practice of meditation into the daily lives of their employees and even allowing their managers to be trained in these practices. …

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