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    Cox, E., Bachkirova, T. and Clutterbuck, D.

    The complete handbook of coaching

    2010 - SAGE - Los Angeles, Calif.

    Coaches can encourage their clients to find specific positive experiences in their daily lives and focus intentionally on these experiences . This technique might be considered a particular type of mindfulness skill, and is an excellent way to help busy executives slow down and manage stress

    In-text: (Cox, Bachkirova and Clutterbuck, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Cox, E., Bachkirova, T. and Clutterbuck, D., 2010. The complete handbook of coaching. Los Angeles, Calif.: SAGE, p.170.

  • Journal

    Cramer, K.

    Focus on the big picture

    2014 - Chief Learning Officer

    In-text: (Cramer, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Cramer, K., 2014. Focus on the big picture. Chief Learning Officer,.

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    Frankl, V. E.

    Man's search for meaning

    1963 - Pocket Books - New York

    In-text: (Frankl, 1963)

    Your Bibliography: Frankl, V., 1963. Man's search for meaning. New York: Pocket Books.

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    Gaffney, M.

    Flourishing

    2011 - Penguin Books - London

    Being Mindful can in Elizabeth Gilbert’s attractive description, allow us to decide which ships we give harbour to in our minds. Thus , while we may not be able to prevent’ships’ turning up laden with envy, resentment, self hate, depression, helplessness and hopelessness - the endless cargo of negative thoughts – we can prevent them from dropping anchor.

    In-text: (Gaffney, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Gaffney, M., 2011. Flourishing. London: Penguin Books.

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    Gilbert, E.

    Eat, pray, love

    2006 - Viking - New York

    Being Mindful can in Elizabeth Gilbert’s attractive description, allow us to decide which ships we give harbour to in our minds. Thus , while we may not be able to prevent’ships’ turning up laden with envy, resentment, self hate, depression, helplessness and hopelessness - the endless cargo of negative thoughts – we can prevent them from dropping anchor.

    In-text: (Gilbert, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Gilbert, E., 2006. Eat, pray, love. New York: Viking, p.207.

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    Kabat Zinn, J.

    Mindfulness Wherever You Go There You Are Mindfulness Meditation In Everyday Life

    1994 - Hyperion - New York, USA

    Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way on purpose, in the present moment and non judgementally

    In-text: (Kabat Zinn, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Kabat Zinn, J., 1994. Mindfulness Wherever You Go There You Are Mindfulness Meditation In Everyday Life. New York, USA: Hyperion, p.P.4.

  • Website

    Marcel Proust. (n.d.).

    2015

    In-text: (Marcel Proust. (n.d.)., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Marcel Proust. (n.d.)., 2015. [online] BrainyQuote.com. Available at: <http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/marcelprou107111.html> [Accessed 22 February 2015].

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    McMahon, G.

    TOOLS OF THE TRADE WORK

    2009 - Training Journal

    Michael was the director of strategy and a board member at a prestigious City institution. Due to various personality related issues, he had found that his positive start was now dogged by a number of difficult relationships with fellow board members. He felt that engaging in the mindfulness part of his coaching programme had given him a sense of peace and of being in control, and that this had been supplemented by becoming aware of, and then changing, his unhelpful cognitions. He was able to give examples of comments received from others that confirmed a change in his presentation and, , while the relationships with some board members was still difficult, he felt he now had the strategies to understand and deal with them.

    In-text: (McMahon, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: McMahon, G., 2009. TOOLS OF THE TRADE WORK. Training Journal, 61.

  • Website

    Mindfulnet.org:The independent mindfulness information website - Research

    2015

    In-text: (Mindfulnet.org:The independent mindfulness information website - Research, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Mindfulnet.org. 2015. Mindfulnet.org:The independent mindfulness information website - Research. [online] Available at: <http://www.mindfulnet.org/page4.htm> [Accessed 1 March 2015].

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    mindfulness - definition of mindfulness in English from the Oxford dictionary

    2015

    In-text: (mindfulness - definition of mindfulness in English from the Oxford dictionary, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Oxforddictionaries.com. 2015. mindfulness - definition of mindfulness in English from the Oxford dictionary. [online] Available at: <http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/mindfulness> [Accessed 22 February 2015].

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    Passmore, J. and Marianetti, O.

    The role of mindfulness in coaching.

    2007 - The Coaching Psychologist

    In-text: (Passmore and Marianetti, 2007)

    Your Bibliography: Passmore, J. and Marianetti, O., 2007. The role of mindfulness in coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 3(3), pp.131-137.

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    Stahl, B. and Goldstein, E.

    A mindfulness-based stress reduction workbook

    2010 - New Harbinger Publications - Oakland, CA

    In-text: (Stahl and Goldstein, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Stahl, B. and Goldstein, E., 2010. A mindfulness-based stress reduction workbook. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

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    Stone, D.

    Mindfulness How To Live In The Moment, Free Of Stress, With A Calm And Peaceful Mind

    2013

    Mindfulness is training one’s mind to focus it’s attention on what one is doing and bringing awareness to the body’s sensations such as breathing, seeing, hearing and feeling

    In-text: (Stone, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Stone, D., 2013. Mindfulness How To Live In The Moment, Free Of Stress, With A Calm And Peaceful Mind. p.Loc 72 ebook.

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    Williams, M. and Penman, D.

    Mindfulness

    2011 - Piatkus - London

    In mindfulness we start to see the world as it is not as we expect it to be, or what we fear it might become. The seven characteristics of Doing and Being Modes of Minds and that mindfulness allows us the ability to shift gears rather than being permanently stuck to one. The seven characteristics are:- 1. Automatic pilot verses conscious choice. 2. Analysing verses sensing. 3. Striving verses accepting. 4. Seeing thoughts as solid and real verses treating them as mental events. 5. Avoidance verses approaching. 6. Mental time travel verses the here and now. 7. Depleting verses nourishing activities. By practicing mindfulness meditation it acts as a gentle alarm bell in the mind and reminds you that there is an alternative and that you do have choice.

    In-text: (Williams and Penman, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, M. and Penman, D., 2011. Mindfulness. London: Piatkus.

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