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Brett Bartholomew
Coach, Best-Selling Author of "Conscious Coaching” & Keynote Speaker. I help others solve people problems that impede performance.
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Brett Bartholomew 10h
Replying to @Coach_MiguelW
You’re the man! Thanks for your support. Still praying for Duncan brother. Thoughts with you and your family.
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Brett Bartholomew 10h
Fact of life: When people are insecure- they tend to overcomplicate nearly everything they speak about or do. Doing this equates to looking for recognition and credibility in all the wrong places. Focus more on consistent, skillful execution and far less on “excitement!”
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Brett Bartholomew 10h
Live this mate! Thanks for sharing.
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Darren Roberts Mar 26
A few weeks ago, asked for coaches mistakes we’ve seen or done. I went on a bit of a tweetnado, and came up with 15 mistakes I’ve made. Whilst the list for me can be endless, I’m reposting the 15 points in case anyone finds them useful.
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Brett Bartholomew 11h
When is it time to make a change in your career? That depends on several factors: your values, your fears, your risk tolerance, whether you’ve identified your blind spots, and ultimately-…
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Brett Bartholomew 15h
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
Forgot to add- this is over the last 3 months. In total, your contributions have given more than $10,000 to these causes. As someone who has lost family and friends to both diseases, I won’t stop sharing a portion of these proceeds. 🙏
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Brett Bartholomew 15h
Replying to @bobbystroupe
People like you support it. You get the credit.
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Brett Bartholomew 15h
My effort pales in comparison to what others are doing, but so far with your help we’ve raised $1500+ for the Alzheimer’s Association, Cancer Research & local law enforcement via proceeds of Conscious Coaching & associated apparel. A big THANK YOU to those who have contributed.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 23
Learned helplessness is one of the most dangerous traits you can observe in someone. It is also considered an underlying cause of both burnout and depression. When someone truly believes…
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 23
Learned helplessness is one of the most dangerous traits you can observe in someone. It is also considered an underlying cause of both burnout and depression. When someone truly believes…
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Miguel Wickert Apr 22
From Coaches, what methods do you use to combat this?
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 22
Strength and conditioning has yet to reach its “Golden Age.” Too many coaches still struggling and trying to create stability in a largely unregulated field. Get creative & be proactive. The best days for our field are ahead.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 22
You cannot change what you don’t understand, and it’s impossible to truly understand someone or something if you don’t know how to LISTEN. Listening is the forgotten half of…
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 21
This may be my favorite one yet.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 21
Replying to @Coach_Alejo @MJPLanceW
Don’t call him Bob, go get barbecue with him! Terrific individual.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 21
It almost appears as if people lie in wait to make the pendulum continually swing as dramatically as possible. What obscene “diet advice” have you heard given to otherwise healthy individuals? Share below.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 21
Replying to @bgriegoschmitt
Thanks so much Breanna! Really appreciate the support. I hope you enjoy it!
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 20
Leadership is NOT about hacks, and wishful thinking. Are we positive that all of these books on productivity and habits have truly helped? Can someone even be called a “true leader” if they don’t possess the trait mentioned in the video below?
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 20
Replying to @Coach_Holmes
Awful feeling! So many days where I put out fires only to reach 6PM and feel like I got nothing done. I try to take a few breaths, rounds on the heavy bag and re-calibrate perspective.
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Brett Bartholomew Apr 20
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
There’s always going to be some other medium to serve as a scapegoat. Before social media it was the internet in general, the TV, the radio, newspapers etc. Manage yourself, and your consumption. This stuff isn’t going anywhere. Adapt!
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