Tag: stress

Stressed and Sick? Embracing a New Way to Work

by Liesha Petrovich | Featured Contributor I remember the date my body started shutting down. I was supposed to work and volunteer for the 4th or 5th weekend in a row. I hadn’t had a true day off in months. I wasn’t sleeping and my head was spinning with the news of another possible recession. […]

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How To Get Your Projects Done Faster by @relaxedmale

by Bryan Goodwin | Featured Contributor  Ever hear the phrase, “She’s running around like her hairs on fire”? Usually, that phrase is reserved for people who are trying to get 30 different tasks done all at the same time. They often take twice as long to get the projects done because they are rushing around. […]

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How To Deal With Negativity at Work by @Barbclifford

  by Barbara Clifford | Featured Contributor   When we are stressed, we become less effective with out time. Our mind and energy is being stolen away by something that it playing on our mind. For professional working women, that can also originate from dealing with negative work environments or people.  A toxic work environment […]

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The Wandering Mind – 6 Ways to Cure Distraction by @Barbclifford

by Barbara Clifford | Featured Contributor If you think mindfulness is for hippies, you’re wrong. To me, mindfulness in business has always made sense.  To be acutely aware but also taking the time to focus your attention on things that are important.  It sharpens our ability to observe, to listen and to raise awareness of when […]

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How to identify Dangerous Stress Triggers by @Barbclifford

by Barbara Clifford People seek the total elimination of stress like Nirvana, yet this will always be an unrealistic aspiration as stress is essential for us to survive. Many forget that Stress is vital in the function of flight or fight. In fact Hans Selye, an endocrinologist was one of the pioneers in identifying stress and […]

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5 Ways to Get Out of a Stressful Situation by @TheCarmenJacob

by Carmen Jacob Stress is as if you are going to the shop and buy two pounds of sugar and then, go home on foot. The first few yards, your bag is two pounds; but after a while, it seems heavier and heavier. Your hands start hurting, and your mind begins to bully you: “Why […]

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C.A.L.M. Your Way to Less Stress by @DrSandraH

by Dr. Sandra Hamilton | Featured Contributor Stress. Just the word conjures up visions of feeling anxious, tired and stretched to the limit. Allowing ourselves to become overwhelmed by too many demands, decisions, and difficult people often results in feeling as if all that is within us is speeding up, and everything around us is […]

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3 Ways to Reduce Anxiety and Put the “Fun” Back into “Functioning” by @DrSandraH

by Dr. Sandra Hamilton | Featured Contributor Most of us say we are “stressed” as often as we say we are hungry; but how often do we confuse feeling stressed with a health condition that may sabotage our functioning? Our ability to adapt to rising stress levels can become so familiar to our existence, that […]

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Stress Makes A Mess by @SlaterSuccessCC

by Ivy Slater “I can’t handle this.” “I’m over it.” “Today is a lost cause.” “I’m done.” Sentences you’ve uttered? Yeah, me too. No judgement. Stress is a part of our lives. But stress is only as much a part of our lives as we let it. It’s not on our to do list. We […]

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