June Stress Tips: Compilation

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Hydrate: Drink at least 8 8oz. glasses of water per day. You are about 60% water. Hydration is critical to your body’s cells, tissues, and organs, your blood, bones, and brain, to maintain optimal function: temperature regulation nutrient breakdown & absorption elimination & flushing of waste joint lubrication and much more. And you’ll have more energy too!   What is your focus? … Read More

May Stress Tips: Compilation

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Invest in your social support system. Keep good company and avoid energy vampires. Find your supporters & champions, and those you respect & trust; teachers, mentors, friends, family, co-workers. Match your network with your specific issue: talk out your challenges and successes, and get help making hard decisions. Meet in-person or use technology to connect. The people who believe in you and … Read More

April Stress Tips: Compilation

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Create an “Idea Jar” “Oh, where did I put that great idea?” Is it hard for you to keep track of your ideas? Create a single repository: Stop the frustration of searching. Be more time efficient. Don’t lose or forget ideas. USE: An app like Trello or Evernote A spreadsheet A journal (analog is ok too!) Notes on your phone Mindset Keep your thoughts positive. Your thoughts become your words become your actions. See the good. FOCUS on: Abundance, not scarcity. Solutions, not problems. Positive, not negative. What you can control, not what you can’t. Listen More. Talk Less. Do you dominate … Read More

March Stress Tips: Compilation

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Stress Tip Of the Week: 3/6/17 Take a break every hour. Give your brain, eyes, wrists, and neck a time-out. Hydrate and stretch. Calendar it and make it happen. “Sitting is the new smoking!” James A. Levine, M.D., Ph.D “What are your favorite ways to take a time-out during the work day?” Stress Tip Of the Week: 3/13/17 Multitasking is a Myth The brain can only pay attention to one thing at a time. What ONE thing are you doing and how does it contribute to your goals? … Read More

Exactly What Is Mindfulness And Why Should I Try It?

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I had a client follow up this past week. This woman incorporated two minutes of mindfulness into her routine when she wakes up and when she goes to sleep…and it “changed her life.” (I pinky swear that is what she told me.) She said that she felt so much better, was more positive, was sleeping better, and had more energy. She … Read More

How To Turn A BHAG Into No Problem At All

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Go step-by-step using the 4 Cs You’ve got a situation. Something you’re worried about. You don’t know where to start. And the more you procrastinate, the more it festers. You’re getting increasingly stressed out about it. Your brain can’t seem to do anything else without this thing creeping in. The 4 Cs is a step-by-step process that will get you … Read More

Focus and the Challenge of the Shiny Object

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The Challenge: A Story I should’ve known better. Here I am, working on v2 of my business. I have big aspirations for 2017 and things are off to a good, focused start. And then, OOOOOOH, AAAAAAH. Shiny object causing me to take my eye off the ball. I was offered an opportunity that was outside my comfort zone, but could … Read More