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OYSR => SnapShot 10: Getting a Handle on Your Stress

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
"Being present in the moment without judgment, and thought
are the best moments in your life!
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We continue our 14 SnapShot series on Overcoming Your Stress Reactions
with SnapShot 10: Getting a handle on Your Stress

Whether you are in a current or a new relationship; a different career;
or a new business, "getting a handle your stress" is important to know.

How often do you find yourself needing to control a situation?

How often do you let go of your ego when you feel the need to control

While having an ego is important; there are times when your ego gets
in the way of getting what you want.

Do you know how to let go of your ego?

Did you know that your anger comes when you are ego involved?

Take for example, finding yourself in a particular situation that requires
you to help someone who does not want to accept your help.

Do you stay in that situation, attempt to persuade, and get angry; or
do you let go, and leave?

Surely each, and every situation is different, and each requires your
sensitivity as to how to proceed.  Yet once you catch your self dealing
from an ego position, and you begin to feel tense, your stress level rises,
and if not caught in time you begin feeling distress.  And, as you may
know... unless you start "getting a handle on your stress" over time
your stress becomes distress, and your distress becomes dis-ease.

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer tells us in The Power of Intention, to "Change the
way you look at things, and the things you look at change."

Do you want to know more about getting a handle on your stress?

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At the end of each day, are you getting a handle on your stress in your
business, your personal, and your professional life?

Tell us in the "Post Your Comment Here" link below how getting a handle
on your stress
helpsyou get more done with less distress, and eustress.

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OYSR => SnapShot 11: Stress Matters

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