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Munyay Blog

The Ups and Downs of "Positivity"

Jun 14, 2018 3:30:31 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Strengths

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Sometimes when my family is getting ready for the day, I’m told to “dial it down.” Not all of them appreciate my happy dance while they’re eating their oatmeal. At 6:30 AM, they don’t all share my enthusiasm for all the exciting things that could happen that day. For them, getting out the door on time is enough. That’s alright, dialing it down is fun, too.

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The 5 Big Reasons People Get Coached

Jun 13, 2018 6:17:28 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Coaching

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In my experience of being an internal coach at a software company and having a private coaching practice, there are five main reasons people get coached. The details may be different, and the clients may explain their situations in different ways, but when boiled down to the essential, the reasons for getting coached can be counted on one hand.

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How to Sail With Strengths and Weaknesses So You Don't Sink

Jun 12, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Brent O'Bannon posted in Engagement, Strengths, Personal Growth

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There’s always a war going on between our weaknesses and strengths. If you’re a business owner, there’s also a war between working IN your business and working ON your business.

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7 Ways to Get New Coaching Clients

Jun 7, 2018 12:00:00 PM / by Chris Heinz posted in Coaching, Company News

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Finding new clients! That's the #1 challenge reported by coaches. I can relate—I got certified as a coach to help people. The problem was, how to find the people? If finding new clients is your challenge too, here are seven ways to get new coaching clients.

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52 Ideas for Building a Strengths-Based Culture

Jun 7, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Engagement, Strengths

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If you want to build a strengths-based culture in your organization, it won’t happen overnight. Sure, you may want your coworkers to take hold of strengths instantly to receive the tremendous benefits of focusing on strengths like: increased productivity, retention, job satisfaction, positive interactions with coworkers, and so forth. 

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When Your Job Description Doesn't Fit Anymore

Jun 5, 2018 5:51:35 AM / by Paul Johnson posted in Engagement, Strengths

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Job descriptions aren't designed for you. Have you ever thought about that? They're designed in a generic manner to attract a diverse pool of candidates. If companies made the list of requirements and job tasks too specific, they may not get any candidates at all. It's a really smart strategy...until the candidate starts the job. 

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How Knowing My Strengths Changed My Life

May 31, 2018 5:39:56 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Strengths, Personal Growth

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Two years ago I was searching for more fulfillment at work. I had been in sales and marketing for 13 years, and though the company was successful, something was missing. I felt if I kept doing the same thing for much longer, I would look back with regret.

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3 Tips to Avoid Distractions at Work

May 29, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Michael Pfau posted in Engagement, Personal Growth

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We’ve all been there. You sit down to work on a project and your mind is thinking about a number of other things. It may be upcoming meetings, a difficult discussion you just had, or what you’ll be doing this weekend.

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The Four Questions that Coaching Explores

May 22, 2018 5:28:57 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Coaching, Personal Growth

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Before I knew what coaching was, this is what I thought coaching was: you paid a coach to tell you how great you were and how everything would work out, if you just believed in yourself.

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How to Make the Most of Your Strengths

May 17, 2018 9:42:52 AM / by Chris Heinz posted in Strengths

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A few months ago, I had a speaking engagement. For whatever reason, I felt anxious and unqualified, so I clung to my manuscript. The result was a tense, robotic delivery. I didn’t even want to be there, and I was the one speaking!

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