Many of the people I coach have been living with stress for so long (chronic stress) that they’ve become used to the effects. They’ve forgotten how much better their life was prior to stress. For many people it takes some kind of wake-up call, like a relationship break-up, the loss of a job or a physical illness to make them aware that something is wrong.
In my work I encourage people to take a proactive approach to managing stress and preventing the suffering caused by chronic stress. Prevention is the best long term solution.
To be in a position to proactively manage stress and prevent the onset of chronic stress you need to:
- Develop an awareness of the current state of your mind body.
- Learn to recognize the early warning signs that indicate that you are experiencing stress.
- Respond to those early warning signs by taking proactive action.
Here are three examples of proactive stress management action you can take, starting today:
I recommend you don’t wait for stress to give you a wake-up call.
Take action, and begin developing the life skills that will enable you to control and reduce your stress level. Just imagine how good it will be to once again enjoy a life free of chronic stress.
Helping people to reduce stress and gain control over their stress level is my passion. If you'd like to explore how I can help you or your employees to become calmer, more productive and healthier, let's have a chat. Contact me now on 021 056 8389 or email me at email@example.com
Until next week,
Tony helps individuals to harness the power of their mind to achieve success and well-being in life, work and business. Tony's particular area of expertise is in helping people perform under pressure and gain freedom from worry, anxiety and stress. Tony’s solution focused approach to coaching uses a range of techniques drawn from the fields of co-active coaching, hypnosis, positive psychology and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).
Contact Tony today to discuss how he can help you, or if you think Tony could help someone you know, you might like to encourage them to get in touch with him.