One of the best things I learned from Jack Canfield is to make an “irritation list.” To make an irritation list, you simply write down the things that are bothering you and then you work the list.
When you’re under pressure and your mouth goes dry and your stomach knots, how do you feel? What if you could feel great? You can turn this around in an instant. The key is to distinguish between stress and anxiety. Stress is your body’s response. Anxiety is your cognitive response. Anxiety is the enemy, […]
Do you have an effective technique for melting away your stress? If you can dedicate 15 minutes a day, you can rejuvenate your body and sharpen your mind, as well as reduce stress-related symptoms, such as insomnia. In Shed 10 Years in 10 Weeks, Dr. Julian Whitaker and Carol Colman write about a technique called […]
“Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.” — Hans Selye As you begin to feel unsafe in a conversation, you start down one of two unhealthy paths. You either move to silence (withholding meaning from the pool) or to violence (trying to force meaning in the pool). If you […]