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Alanna O’Broin

Using the all-or-nothing thinking error as an example, this paper addresses the learning and use by coachees of thinking skills to identify performance-interfering thoughts (PITS) and then re-appraise them into more helpful and goal-focused performance-enhancing thoughts (PETS). A brief practical example is provided.

Keywords: All-or-nothing thinking, performance-interfering thoughts, performance enhancing thoughts, Socratic questioning, thinking skills.

Full article: Volume 3, Issue 3 pages 250 - 252


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