From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Overcoming your stress reactions
Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment "Being in the present
moment your body, and your mind are integrated!"
Since the original publication of Getting A Handle On Your Stress booklet
in 1995 -- with a revised 4th printing in March 1999 -- we've been gathering
together materials; and for the next few months we plan to share 14 Snap
Shots of the results of our focus.
~ Enjoy, and keep learning about "overcoming your stress reactions"
The very first thing is to accept the truth about yourself, and that means
acceptance, and awareness of your stress reactions must be key factors in
your life, since stress reactions can cause emotional, and physical distress,
and eustress that can impact your life in ways yet to be imagined.
You must learn to manage, and overcome your stress reactions by accepting,
and being aware of your stress reactions.
Since you need stress to live life, and to be creative. we begin with this
"Nine Question Checklist" for your consideration...
Q: Are you able to list your stress reactions?
Q: Do you accept, and are you aware of your stress reactions?
Q: Do you know where your stress reactions come from, and are found?
Q: Have you taken your stress temperature within the last month?
Q: How do you manage, and overcome your stress reactions?
Q: What do you know for sure about your stress level, and your stress
Q: When was the last time you had a stress reaction?
Q: How often during the day do you have a calm body, and quiet mind?
Q: Have you ever asked yourself what life is like with a calm body, and
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At the end of each day, how are you overcoming your stress reactions
in your business, your personal, and your professional life?
Tell us in the "Post Your Comment Here" link below how overcoming
your stress reactions helps you get more done with less distress.
[This information is intended for your knowledge only. You must seek
prompt attention for any specific condition and/or situation.]
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