Five Lessons on How To Become a Business Coach 
Dr. Rob Bell Mental Toughness Blog
by Rob Bell
3d ago
Five Lessons on How To Become a Business Coach  Table of Contents Five Lessons on How To Become a Business Coach  “You will get fired.”  Can’t help everyone, so screen the “motivation” as best you can.  Multiple streams of income Keep creating your personal brand Get so good that they have to hire you How To Become A Business Coach I finished graduate school and was a professor for 5 years before leaving academia in 2011 to start my mental coaching for business full-time. There was no safety-net, no nest egg, no back-up plan, nor business and ..read more
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The 3 Priorities Of Handling Distractions At Work
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by Rob Bell
1M ago
3 Proven Ways to Eliminate Distractions at Work for Your Most Productive Day Yet Ahhh, handling distractions at work....  A "Code Blue" announced in the hospital setting is because a patient needs immediate medical attention! It's an urgent and important life or death situation.  What do your own code blues throughout the day look like? Chances are that none are actual life and death situations at work, but in the moment, it may actually feel like it. An issue, emergency, or someone else's emergency, can all create angst, and a sudden rush to deal, handle, and cope with it. So what i ..read more
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11 Ways To Instantly Improve Your Mental Toughness in 2024
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by Rob Bell
1M ago
11 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Mental Toughness in 2024 Mental Toughness is defined as a) how you perform under pressure and b) how you deal, handle, & cope with adversity, struggle, and the setback. However, Mental Toughness is also caught more than it is taught. We get the test first and the lesson afterwards. Remember, it's not about the setback, it's about the comeback!    Don't Get Offended Easily- We can either be happy or correct, but no matter what---don't be a victim, because it removes your power.  Focus on what you can control and see #11.    &nb ..read more
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5 Daily Tasks To Stay Mentally Tough During The Coronavirus Crisis
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by Rob Bell
1M ago
5 Daily Tasks To Stay Mentally Tough During The Coronavirus Crisis Admiral James Stockdale was a prisoner for over seven years during the Vietnam War. He endured an immense amount of torture and faced many atrocities as a prisoner of war. In the Jim Collins book, “Good To Great”, he mentioned how they coped and never lost faith in eventually being released. However, at the same time, he also confronted the stark reality of his dire situation. This would become known as the Stockdale Paradox.  He also knew that the optimists were the ones who would not make it. The optimists would state ..read more
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The Hinge Moment of The Coronavirus Crisis
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by Rob Bell
1M ago
The Hinge Moment of The Coronavirus Crisis  Every door has a hinge! A door without a hinge is a wall, it just doesn't work! When you hear of doors opening or closing in life, it is because of the hinge. If you ever hear a rusty door, it's not the door that's rusty at all, it's the hinge that's rusty!  Small hinges open big doors!  In our own lives, the hinge connects who we are with who we are going to become! If you look at any important game or close competition, it came down to that one play that made all of the difference. In our own lives, there was one person who made such ..read more
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Just How Good Are Professional Golfers?
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by Rob Bell
2M ago
Just How Good Are Professional Golfers? It's a fair question. It's different from other professional sports where if you can't throw 90MPH,  you've got limited opportunities as a MLB pitcher. If you're physically unable to run a 4.5 second forty yard dash, then the NFL isn't in your future business ventures. And because there are no concrete criteria for one to become a Professional Tour Player, it leads one to ask how good are professional golfers?  Professional Golfers Vs. Golf Professionals  First, there is a canyon size difference between a golf professional and a profession ..read more
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Worried About Children’s Physical Distancing and Mental Health? Check the L.A.B
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by Rob Bell
2M ago
Worried About Children's Physical Distancing and Mental Health? Check the L.A.B Examining exactly how physical distancing affects a child’s mental health is a tricky endeavour. First, keep in mind that every child is different - while the changes brought about by the need for physical distancing are likely to produce a degree of anxiety in almost anyone, how severely it affects your child will vary. Another difficulty is the lack of studies available related to intentional, prolonged, physical distancing (sometimes called social distancing). While we have studies about the mental health effect ..read more
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What Mindset Is Best To Beat Post-Traumatic Stress?
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by Rob Bell
2M ago
What Mindset Is Best To Beat Post-Traumatic Stress? Consider the pandemic as a trauma that we've all had to endure. Some of us, of course, have had it worse than others. This trauma not a singular event that occurred, like a crash or a service member returning from deployment. But, it has had an impact.  Life stress doesn't have to be diagnosed, but consider the questions: Has the quarantine been distressing or disturbing? Have you felt edging and irritable? Did Co-Vid19 cause you to feel anxiety or down?  We already have a growing anxiety concern because of our expectations ..read more
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The 4 Best Mental Tips For Building Patience Skills | |
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by Rob Bell
2M ago
Here Are The 4 Best Mental Tips for Building Patience Skills for sports, work, family, and life. Patience is the new mental toughness and will remain the last barrier on the hierarchy for anyone wanting to reach their full potential with confidence and focus.  1- Urgency trumps the important Stress, anxiety, and being over-whelmed are a result of the immediate over the important.  Researchers coined the term ‘Mere Urgency Effect.’ When we fail to value our time properly, we succumb to the urgent.    2- We Have An Action Bias  Doing something ..read more
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15 Real Life Examples of Patience In History
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by Rob Bell
2M ago
  “We should not let an illusion of urgency force us to make decisions before we are ready.” — Nelson Mandela "Patience is the number one attribute when it comes to becoming a great chef. You have to be patient because it takes a long time. It actually took me 20 years before I could execute it properly." – Chef Jason Atherton Nelson Mandela was sent to prison in 1964. He spent 27 years as a political prisoner and was released in 1990. He brought an end to Apartheid and fostered a new peace in South Africa. He became the first president of South Africa in 1994, proclaimed a new constitut ..read more
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