Stress Management: How to Stay Calm, Confident and Collected in Even the Most Stressful Situations
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Why is modern life so stressful3:38
An introduction to meditation11:47
Introducing mindfulness into your life9:56
Becoming more present5:45
Don't panic! How to deal with panic attacks6:35
A morning routine to help you face the day5:01
An evening routine to help you wind down5:10
How to stop being a zombie6:18
Kaizen Small changes to get big results4:35
About This Class
If you had the ability to completely control your emotions – and particularly your stress response – then you could very well describe this as being the ‘ultimate technique’.
Many people wish that they could stay calmer and more in control during stressful situations. Mistakenly, they then believe that the answer is to eliminate their stress response altogether so that they can maintain a slower heart rate and a more composed disposition.
Actually though, your stress response is a very powerful and useful tool when you learn to channel it and tap into it. The aim should not be to eradicate it but rather to learn to control it.
In this five-minute guide, we’ll start to look into how you might do that – so that you can maintain the perfect mental state to improve your performance and concentration in any given situation. For a more detailed and in-depth guide though, you’ll need to read the full ebook which will give you the tools to become complete master over your own emotions, your hormones and your neurotransmitters.
Forget stammering, forget shaking, forget getting in a fluster. Say goodbye to panic attacks and fainting. From now on, your body and mind works for you and you’ll be able to do incredible things once you tap into that ability.
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