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Stressology 100 Learning Guide: Mind, Body and Emotions
Table of Contents
Lesson – 1: Introduction to Stress
What is this thing called ‘Stress’? Good and bad stress levels. Three questions to ask yourself about stress. What we know about stress.
Lesson – 2: Types of Stress
Types of stress and four common types of stress
Lesson– 3: Causes behind Stress
Causes of Stress. Our "Stressors"? Internal and Personal Stressors. The #1 cause behind stress
Lesson – 4: Stress - Signs, Symptoms and Responses. Emotional, physical, behavioral and cognitive signs and symptoms of stress. Our response to stress – Fight or Flight Response
Lesson – 5: Stress Hormones – What are they all About Anyway?
The stress hormones. Cortisol and its relationship to stress. What does stress hormone ‘Cortisol’ do to our body? What happens if we have too much or too little cortisol?
Lesson – 6: Stress and Our Body
Our Body’s Systems: Central Nervous, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Musculoskeletal, Male reproductive and Female Reproductive Systems
Lesson 7: Stress and Our Emotions
Importance of Emotional Health. Emotional Stressors
Emotional Reactions to Stress. Stress and Emotional Health
Lesson…8: Stress and Our Cognition
Brain on Stress. Perceived Threat and Response
Long Term Effects. Dead Cells and New Cells. Stress Reduction
Stressology 100: Stress and The Mind, Body and Emotions. Video Course
Lesson One (Time 24:20)
Introduction to Stress
What is stress. The good and bad about stress. Your levels of stress. Stress factoids.
Lesson Two (Time: 25:57)
Types of stress
Acute, Episodic Acute, Chronic, Emotional, Physical, Traumatic Stress. Other common Types of Stress
Lesson Three (Time 30:54)
The Causes of Stress
10 factors that influence stress levels. Stressors and how they affect us. External, internal and personal stress. The #1 cause behind stress.
Lesson Four (Time 42:40)
Signs, Symptoms, Responses
Emotional, Physical, Behavioral, Cognitive Signs and Symptoms of stress. Our response to stress.
Lesson Five (Time 23:10)
The stress hormones
Cortisol and its relationship to
Cortisol and its relationship to stress. Our body and cortisol. Too much and too little cortisol.
Lesson Six (Time 21:57)
Stress and Our Body
Stress on our Central Nervous,
Digestive, Musculoskeletal and our Reproductive Systems
Lesson Seven (Time: 37:22)
Stress and Our Emotions
Importance of Emotional Health. Emotional Stressors. Seven ways stress impacts emotional health and what to do
Lesson Eight (Time 12:19)
Stress and our Cognition
The brain on stress. The brain’s perceived threat and response. Long-term effects - Dead and new cells. Stress reduction measures.
Stressology 200: Learning Guide - Stress Remedies For Today
Lesson – 1: Stress Management - Tips to Reduce Everyday Stress
Ways to Reduce and Overcome Everyday Stress
Lesson Two: Eliminate Home Based Business Stress
Eliminate Home Based Business Stress. Causes of Home-based Work stress.
Elimination of Home-Based Work Stress.
Lesson Three: Ways to Eliminate Workplace Stress
Causes of Workplace Stress. Elimination of Workplace Stress
Employer - Elimination of Workplace Stress. Employee - Elimination of Workplace Stress
Lesson Four: Alleviate Stress With Positive Self-Talk
Understanding self-talk. What is Positive Self-Talk? Positive and Negative Self-talk. Benefits of Positive Self-Talk. Positive Self-Talk and Stress Reduction.
Lesson Five: Alleviate Stress With Exercise
Exercise and Stress Relief. Types of Exercise and Stress.
Lesson Six: Alleviate Stress with Nutrition
Stress and Eating Habits. Super foods for Stress Relief
Lesson Seven: Alleviate Stress with Nature’s Way
Herbal Remedies for Stress Relief.
Role of Essential Oils and Stress. Essential Oils that are best for you.
Lesson Eight: Alleviate Stress with Meditation
Stress and Meditation Types of Mediation. Mediation Practices
Stressology 200: Stress Remedies For Today Video Course
Lesson One (Time 34:18)
Ways to reduce everyday stress
21 simple ways to overcome everyday stress
Lesson Two (Time 38:18)
Eliminate Homebased Business Stress
Causes of stress and their remedies when working from home.
Lesson Three (Time 59:28)
Eliminate Workplace Stress
Part 1 - The Causes of Workplace stress
Part 2 – The Remedies to Remove Workplace Stress
Lesson Four (Time 28:51)
Understand positive and negative self-talk. How to alleviate stress with self talk
Lesson Five (Time 21:41)
Alleviate Stress with Exercise
Several inside and outside activities to get your heart pumping
Lesson Six (Time 31:00)
Alleviate Stress with Nutrition
Stress and bad food choices. 21 Foods that best alleviate stress.
Lesson Seven (Time 20:47)
Nature’s Way to reduce Stress
Herbal and essential oil remedies for stress relief
Lesson Eight (Time 26:10)
Reduce Stress with Meditation
Stress and meditation. History, types and practice of meditation
Stressology: Stress Care for Today. A Masterclass in Stress Management
A compete two-part Stress Management Masterclass with over 8 hours of videos and two Learning Guides.
Stressology 100 provides the knowledge base for understanding the mechanics of stress. Learn all about stress such as its types, causes and symptoms and how it impacts our body, mind and spirit. Eight lessons, over 4 hrs of videos and a 19,219 word Learning Guide.
Stressology 200 builds off of Stressology 100 and gives comprehensive remedies to overcome short and long-term stress experienced at home, in the workplace, and in everyday life. Eight Lessons, over 4 hrs of videos and a 21,900 word Learning Guide.
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Become A Leader: Find the Leader Within You (Full Package)
How to become a leader with over 40 qualities to aspire to. Coupled with Become A Leader is an e-book "Love Serves" Learn to become a servant leader in todays workplace with 10 conversations around a campfire. Learn more about this product
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Love Serves: Servant Leadership Within the Workplace
Find out how to become a servant leader within your workplace. Julech explores servant leadership in 10 conversations that take place around a campfire with two business owners he meets while hiking in the British Columbia Rockies. (Over 10,000 words and 50 pages).
Table of Contents
#1: The Conversations Begin
#2: Types of Love and the Workplace
#3: Love Acts and Leadership Style
#4: Kindness and Patience
#5: Meditation and Love Behaviors
#6: Honesty and Authenticity
#9:Compassion #10: Resilience
A Beginners Guide To Self-Discipline
Self-Discipline plays an important role in all aspects of our lives. When you review the many attributes of successful people, you will find that self-discipline plays a key role in helping them succeed. This e-Book (32 pages, 6638 words) is an information and educational guide to strengthening self-discipline practices. Contents include:
- Eight Examples of Positive Self-Discipline
- How Self-Discipline Benefits You
- How Self-Discipline Benefits you Socially
- The Health & Wellbeing Self-Discipline Benefits
- Is Self-Discipline Always A Good thing
- Eight Steps to Mastering Self-Discipline
- Ten Tips For Avoiding Temptation
- Motivation and Self-Discipline
- Get Rid of Negative Habits With Self-Discipline
- The Meaning of Self-Discipline
- Why Is Self-Discipline So Difficult
- Private Label Rights Terms and Conditions
So You Want To Start A Business
Starting a business isn't always easy. It takes a considerable effort, risk and determination. It also has great rewards regarding personal satisfaction, achieving financial success, providing employment for others, and making a difference in your community.
"So You Want To Start A Business" focuses on a 'bricks and mortar" type of business however the principles apply to those who whish to start a home-based business or e-business.
You will find this e-book is more about "you" than establishing a business because a business is too risky to blow it before you get started. Comprehensive Self-Assessments are Included in this e-Book.
You will learn
- The first important steps in establishing your business,
- Risk factors you might face
- The importance of assessing your knowledge, leadership and management skills,
- That there is more than just making money,
- Why business owners succeed and why some fail,
- The need to ask the important question are you ready.
Your Business Planning Workbook
A step-by-step approach to business planning which includes developing your strategic plan, operational plan and work plan. The workbook provides detailed examples and templates in simple and straight forward language.
Your Business Planning Workbook outlines in detail how to develop a strategic plan, an operational plan and a work plan. It explains that a strategic plan is your big picture direction and clarifies the difference between vision, mission, values, goals, key results, and initiatives. The Operational plan follows the strategic plan and provides a more detailed road map providing SMART objectives, and the Work Plan points to a twelve-point process to map out an action plan
There are no guarantees that once you develop a business plan that you will achieve your ends. What it does do is give you a map to follow and when you experience blocks along the way, it allows you to take a detour until you can regain the direction. This is no different than when you are on a trip to New York and you come across construction along the highway that forces you to take a detour. You don’t stop going to New York, you take the detour then return to the highway towards your goal.
A basic tenant of planning documents is that they are ‘living documents’ and all of us must adjust to the challenges and opportunities we face as we work toward our vision.
Home Office Business Stress
Home Office Business Stress: The Causes and Cures explores 6 major stressors from operating a business in the home; and, 6 remedies. 3575 words.
Cause: Lack of work-related relationships
Remedies: Rebuilding work-related relationships
Cause: Family interruptions
Remedies: Solving family interruptions
Cause: No Workstation
Remedies: Creating space
Cause: Shifting priorities
Remedies: Getting Your Priorities Straight
Cause: Missing the basics
Remedies: Fixing the basics
Cause: Administrative shortfalls
Remedies: Filling the administrative gaps.
Welcome to the “Hope’s Power” a series of articles that provide you with a renewed mindset filled with hope. And, if you are already a hopeful person may these articles strengthen you as you journey through life.
It is heard that hope is not a strategy, but without hope we wouldn’t pursue a strategy. In fact we wouldn’t move forward or take action. Why? Because the future is predicated on hope. You will find in these writings that hope is a concept that first manifests itself in the mind before we see it physically in the outside world. It propels us to be optimistic people and to look for the good in what we do and how we relate with others. (19,204 words, 69 pages)
HIIT BASICS - Getting Started With High Intensity Interval Training
From the Chapter 1: The key to succeeding with HIIT is to first develop the habit of exercise. Go to the gym 5 times a week. If you can’t even do this, you’ll not have the discipline to stay true to a HIIT regimen.
Walk for an hour daily. This will be enough to get your body to burn calories and cause fat loss. Remember to eat at a caloric deficit. You’ll need discipline to tailor your diet accordingly. As you can see, these initial steps are necessary to build your self-discipline.
During this process, you’ll start losing weight and the pressure and impact on your joints will diminish. Keep at it until you notice that your results are starting to taper off. That means your body is adapting and becoming more efficient.
By now, you’d have some strength, more stamina and less fat. You can slowly ease into HIIT by doing it once or twice a week. It’s all baby steps here. Increase the intensity till you’re mildly uncomfortable.
You’ll still be sweating, panting and your heart rate will be higher. It will be more than what you’re accustomed to. This is how you ‘season’ your body and get it ready for the actual high intensity training.
Always remember that you can’t out train a bad diet. So, make sure your diet is on point and you’re eating properly. When you’re expending more calories than you consume, you’ll shed the fat and your HIIT workouts will improve.
It’ll be less of a struggle to move fast. Slowly increase the number of sessions till you’re doing 3 HIIT sessions a week. On the other 3 days, you can do resistance training. Take a day to rest.
The goal is to make continued progress and keep getting faster and raising the intensity. In 2 to 3 months, you’d have improved so much that you won’t be able to believe it. (33 pages, 6719 words)
Table of Contents
- Thinking of Getting Started With HIIT?
- What is HIIT and Why is it so Effective.
- Are You Healthy Enough For HIIT?
- Learn 6 Incredible Benefits of HIIT
- The Best Exercises to Use In A HIIT Set
- A Way to Structure Your HIIT Workout
- Making Time For Your HIIT Workouts
- Common HIIT Mistakes To Avoid
- The TABATA Protocol
- Frequently Asked Questions About HIIT
Build Your Vision
12 Articles that help you in your quest to discover your vision and purpose in business, work and life.
Table of Contents
- Your Vision Defines The Path You take
- Unleash The Power Of Your Vision
- Align Your Choices With Your Vision
- Qualities of A Visionary
- Make Vision Your Focus
- How To Develop A Great Vision
- Let Your Imagination Seed Your Vision
- Affirm and Make Your Vision Come Alive
- What You Should Know About Vision
- Channel Your Courage To Achieve Your Vision
- Remove Disruptors From Your Vision
- Look Beyond Where You Are Now
Excerpt from Article 1, Build Your Vision
Our life is often a maze of paths taking us in different directions and the more paths we have the more difficult it is to choose the right one that will lead us to where we want to go. Countless times many people have taken the wrong path and have lived to regret it. In the end, they have given up hope of ever coming to grips with their decisions. They fail to decide, plan, or map out their path for fear of making a wrong choice.
It appears that we have now become impulsive creatures latching onto the push and pull of the prevailing winds or we follow the crowd on whichever road they are taking. We have left the task of making choices to those outside ourselves.
We end up seeking guidance elsewhere because we have not taken the time to establish our own path. When we lack sight we give the responsibility to others to guide us. Even those who are physically blind have cloaked themselves with their own responsibility to get them to where they want to go.
Vision is the ability to see beyond today and to paint a clear picture of what you want tomorrow to look like. It is the ability to think about and plan for the future using a vivid imagination coupled with wisdom. It is a mental picture of the result you want to achieve, coming from the future to inform and energize the present.
Take some quiet time to describe what your life would look like in the next five years, detail the image of the future in your mind whether that is about your business, work, or relationships.
Your vision acts as your map, just like a GPS it shows you where you are and where you want to go and the path you should take to get there.
Financial Series: 10 Financial Articles For Couples
Couples often have difficulty with getting their financial house in order. Here are ten articles that could help them.
- 10 Financial Planning Tips for Couples
- Bank Accounts for Couples: Do it right
- Couples Organize Their Finances
- Save For Your Wedding Day the Right Way
- Tips For Couples Buying Their First Home
- What You Must Know Before Renting A House
- 7 Ways To Assess Your Financial Health
- Benefits Of Having A Budget
- How To Prepare For Emergencies
- Coping With Financial Stress While Improving Your Finances.
Example of Article
Making a marriage work is tough enough without financial problems making things more difficult. Yet, one the most common causes of friction in marriages is money.
Below you’ll find a list of tips to help you plan your finances before and after marriage. They’re in no particular order, but all are just as important. Let’s begin!
Pay off your debts
Both you and your spouse would do well to pay off all revolving credit such as credit cards, personal loans and so on. Bringing debt into a marriage can make it financially stressful.
Discuss money matters prior to marriage
Before even getting married, it’s an excellent idea for both parties to discuss their money history and be honest about it. Different people have different money scripts, and while some believe in saving, others may prefer to spend and enjoy life.
What matters is that you reach a consensus on the money issues before marriage. If you’re already married, it’ll still help to talk about money.
Have health insurance
There’s no need to even think twice about this. With exorbitant health costs, both partners must have solid health insurance that has good coverage.
Save up an emergency fund
You’ll want to save up 3-6 months’ worth of income to tide you through any rainy days in future. Some people choose to save 3-6 months’ worth of expenses, but it’s better to save in terms of income (before taxes) so that you have more money on hand. After all, the cost of living keeps going up.
Discuss financial goals
You’ll want to be on the same page when it comes to buying a house, getting a car, sending your children to college and so on. Usually, the big expenses must be planned for beforehand.
Keep accounts separate
After both partners have contributed their share into a joint account for the bills, household expenses and so on (and also saved a bit for retirement), they should have separate bank accounts for their own discretionary spending.
This will give them a sense of independence and they can buy what they want without worrying about being judged or blamed.........
Financial Series: Financial Basics
Understand the basics as you plan your finances.
Table of Contents
- Don't Burn Your Money: Avoiding Financial Planning Mistakes
- Grow Your Funds: Your Financial Planning Rules
- Your Budget and You
- Assessing Your Financial Health
- Saving For Emergencies
- Overcoming Financial Stress
- How To Calculate Your Net Worth
- What About Your Income Streams?
- Calculate Your Interest
- It's Your Bank and Bank Accounts
Partial First Article
Successful financial planning doesn’t happen by accident. It’s a process that must be followed carefully. Half the battle is in avoiding the mistakes and pitfalls which trip most people up.
In this article, we’ll look at 5 common financial planning mistakes which will impede your progress. Being aware of what they are is crucial to ensure that you save up a sizeable nest egg and have enough money to last you into your golden years.
1. Not having a plan
There’s an old quote, “A goal without a plan is just a wish.”
That’s 100% true here. You must create a good plan and follow it if you wish to be financially healthy.
Assess your financial health. Look at your debts. Decide how much you want to save, invest, and do what you need to do to save money and remove debt. Aim to improve gradually.
Not taking ownership of a debt problem and remedying it swiftly will only cause it to snowball and become more difficult to handle. Too often, people fear looking at their debts.
It all just seems too overwhelming. So they mentally shelve it away into the dark recesses of their mind thinking that the problem will go away. Almost always, it NEVER does
In fact, it’ll become even more obvious. The bills will become more frequent. The creditors will start calling you. If you ever thought no one cared about you, you’ll now realize just how many people do when you fail to pay your bills on time.
You must address your financial troubles as soon as possible.
3. Lifestyle creep
‘Lifestyle creep’ is a term used to describe a situation where you start spending more just because you’re earning more. For example, you may have been on a tight budget before when you were earning a salary of $3,000 a month
So you find a new job that pays you $4,500 a month. That’s fantastic. You now have $1,500 extra disposable income. However, instead of paying off your debt and saving more, you decide to sell your old car and buy a newer flashier car. After all, you can afford it now.
What happens next is that a sizeable chunk of your extra $1.5k is going towards paying for the new car’s monthly instalments. You’re back on a tight budget… because you’ve taken on new commitments.
Just because you earn more doesn’t mean that you have to spend more. Like the quote at the top of this article said, what matters is not how much you earn. It’s how much you keep.
So, don’t let lifestyle creep throw a wrench in the works and adversely affect your financial planning.......
Emotions And The EQ Advantage
A Brief Report (4469 words - 20 pages - For Personal Use)
From the Introduction
There may be a many things you’re feeling that are not exactly the way they seem. You see you may be actually jumping to conclusions in the way you identify your own emotions.
This may sound a bit puzzling because after all everybody feels emotions and their entitled to them, right? Take a look at that question again. You may be confusing two things.
- You’re confusing the fact that everybody is entitled to their own emotions. Which is arguable correct. But,
- You’re not entitled to absolve yourself of the responsibility of dealing with your emotions.
In the first instance you have feelings about something or you are experiencing a rush of various emotions, you certainly are entitled to that because you are like everybody else.
When people look at the same set of stimuli they process that information and often walk away with different emotional reactions. That is okay and considered natural. It is part of understanding the way things exist.
In the second instance you’re not entitled to absolve yourself of the responsibility of dealing with your emotions. This is where people often make a mistake. When you take a hard look at it you will find that 9 times out of 10 when confronted with a toxic emotion, you would rather continue to do things precisely in the same way you have always done things.
What is happening in these instances is that you have become accustomed to diverting certain signals a certain way. You take the easy route out. At first you chose one interpretation over another, but the more you repeat it the more it becomes habitual until you reach a point where you feel that this is just part of your personality.
You might even think that this is just the natural way to objectively interpret the things you are seeing and feeling. Not so......
Table of Contents
- Are We Exaggerating Empathy?
- The EQ and IQ Dilemma and Leadership Success
- Improving Emotional; Intelligence?
- Becoming Aware of Emotions
- Controlling Your Emotions
Resources for Improving EQ
- Leadership EQ
- Emotional Intelligence
- Emotional Awareness
- Controlling Emotions
BECOME THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF
13,820 Words, 42 Pages
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This eBook is jamb packed with over 100 ways to become the Best Version of Yourself. A very popular book on personal growth and development with 11 Chapters of sought after topics.
In our current world, authenticity feels rare. Being your most authentic self can be complex, especially with all the influences of the internet. Learning to be your most genuine self is vital when building meaningful relationships with others. In order to be your most authentic self, your words and actions need to be in alignment with your core values.
Table of Contents
- Become Your True Self
- Be Forthright
- Develop Inner Peace
- Strengthen Your Self-Esteem
- Increase Your Self-Respect
- Don't Let Others Beat You Down
- Develop a Growth Mindset
- Gain Self-Control
- Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
- Stop Being Angry With Yourself
Nurture Your Spirit
Instead of putting on a mask and portraying who you think you should be rather than who you know you really are, you’re setting yourself up for disappointment. Being self-aware and accepting who you are can take you so much further in life than wearing a mask. Here are ten ways to help you take off your mask and be your most genuine self.
Examine Your Belief System
A lot of people grow up being taught what their beliefs and values should be by their family members. It can be good to examine your current beliefs and determine whether they are in alignment with who you really are or if they’re beliefs that you were adopted early on in life.
If you behave in ways that feel out of alignment with your core values, it could be from periods in early life where you had to stop being your genuine self and put on a mask in order to please others.
They say that your eyes are the windows to your soul where your true self resides. From time to time take a hard look in a mirror and peer into your eyes. What do you see? For many people this exercise scares them because they don’t like what they see and they then have a choice to make. Either they continue to live with their mask or they choose to remove the mask and become their genuine self.
Try to become more self-aware so you can identify discrepancies between the way you act and what you believe. When you become more aware of the things you say and do, you can think back on why you behave this way and whether you really believe what you say or if it was something taught to you that you never unlearned. If you figure out what you do that is out of alignment with your values, you can start to work on them and improve yourself.
Sometimes we need to take a break and sit in a quiet spot to hear what is going on inside ourselves. Listen to your inner voice and realign your values with what you actually do.
Define Core Values
Living your best life in the most authentic way you can, starts with knowing your values. Sometimes we are so disconnected from ourselves we don’t have any idea of what our true values are. To do this, you can make a list of what you value most some examples are:
Take some time during a week-end and write out, not only words but more importantly what they mean to you. This way you will have context for the values. Review everything you have written and then prioritize them and pick out 5 to 10 that you most value. Once you have your list incorporate them into your life.
Face Your Fears
Fear is one of the biggest reasons people don’t live authentically. Fear of rejection, judgment, and embarrassment are all reasons people tend not to be their most genuine selves. When exploring your values and trying to live more in alignment with them, it can be scary and off-putting, but it’s important to face those fears and push past them.
Now there are many positive things to say about fear. Fear keeps us from making silly mistakes, spending money foolishly, and taking unnecessary risks. When danger faces us we rightly react instinctively with a “freeze, flight or fight” response. But when fear stops us from going forward when we should be going forward, or running away from something we shouldn’t, or being overly anxious about something that is trivial, then it’s time to take a hard look at how hear holds us hostage. If you are experiencing these later types of situations then consider these 8 questions:
1. Why am I afraid?
2. When did my ‘fear thing’ begin?
3. What does fear make me do?
4. How does it make me feel?
5. How do I keep nurturing it?
6. How do I react to it physically?
7. How does it affect my decisions?
8. How does it affect my confidence?
Now that you understand the nature of your fear, answer these four questions to begin moving forward.
Do I need someone to help me work through my?
What strategies can I use to reduce my physical and emotional reaction to fear?
What is the worst thing that can happen to me if I decide to be unafraid?
When will I take the first step to overcome my fear?
Change Your Habits
When you become more self-aware, and you observe yourself doing or saying something that doesn’t represent who you truly are, work on changing or letting go of these habits. It can help to write out the negative things and then throw them away. Almost like a ritual, but it can be uplifting and help on your path to becoming your genuine self.
The good news is that we can change habits. Since habits are learned, the can be unlearned and replace with more appropriate and healthier ones. Sometimes our habits are well wired into our psyche and behavior and they are hard to change.
Here is a four step process if you wish to change your behaviors:
1. Clearly identify the habit you wish to change
2. Examine it fully
3. Prepare a new approach
4. Commit to action
DECLUTTER YOUR LIFE
32 Pages, 7027 Words
Eight Chapters on decluttering your life and how it affects your mind, productivity, emotions and life . DECLUTTER YOUR LIFE dwells on the painful effects of a cluttered life, the importance of decluttering your home, office and asks the pointed question, "Why do we clutter anyway?"
This eBook provides further readings as well as giving you Personal Use and Master Resale Rights.
From the chapter on "Why Do We Clutter Anyway?"
"Have you ever wondered why some people work or live in a cluttered environment? Maybe you have seen offices where the desk is filled with an array of papers, tape dispensers, paper clips, staplers, pens, pencils, sticky notes, and files while their side tables or chairs have little room to place items on or for a visitor to sit down. Maybe you peeked at their virtual desk-top and viewed a cornucopia of files, word documents, photos, pdf files that filled the whole window. Why do people do this to themselves? Does it make them feel comfortable? Or does it lead to distraction?
In the last chapter we have learned that cleaning up a desk or a home reduces distractions so that people could focus better, improve self-discipline, and reduce self-induced stress. The techniques in earlier chapters provide ways to clear the clutter surrounding people such as prioritizing daily, weekly and monthly tasks, establishing a sense of purpose and goals and creating a personal vision and a set of goals, are all valuable in and of themselves. Yet, “why” do people develop ‘habits of clutter’? This chapter explores four possible reasons as to why people clutter.
1. Emotional Patterns
Some people get emotional gratification from accumulating stuff around them. Perhaps they have been brought up in an environment where they didn’t have much or have lost much and consequently have a subconscious need to have things around them. Perhaps they subconsciously want to fill a void for things they didn’t have; or they have a fear of losing the things they do have. It really doesn’t matter what those things are as the clutter becomes the stand-in for the things they didn’t have or for those things they have lost.......
Eight Interlinking Building Blocks For Highly Successful Teams
Eight Interlinking Building Blocks For Highly Successful Teams identifies eight foundational processes for successful teams within the workplace. It is filled with best practices, techniques, lessons learned and application exercises. Apply the building blocks and watch your team achieve higher levels of success.
If you want your team to succeed, then Eight Interlocking Building Blocks for Highly Successful Teams is for you. Learn what distinguishes accomplished teams from those that are not faring so well. The book outlines best practices for achieving focus, clarity in roles and responsibilities, effective communications and decision-making, quality interpersonal relationships, sound teamwork behaviors, and more. Each chapter concludes with lessons learned or practical exercises for your consideration and application. It offers a tool to assess how well your own team is journeying towards high achievement and 21 skill sets for high performing team members.
Eight Interlocking Building Blocks for Highly Successful Teams is based on Richard’s experience with improving work teams. if you apply the processes outlined your team will join the growing number of highly successful teams.
Personal Growth QuickTips
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52 Weeks with 326 Personal GrowthTips, plus Weekly Action Steps. Over 11,400 words and 118 pages with jam packed practical tips. Included is a separate Personal GrowthTips Journal.
It doesn’t matter where you start in this eBook. Pick a topic you would like to develop. Begin working on it on Monday and work through it until Friday. Write down what you are going to do and either use this eBook or the accompanying journal, print it out and write in it or use the accompanying Personal Growth QuickTips Journal. Use the ideas presented as an outline for your own articles, YouTube presentations, or eBook.
- Five Questions to Self-Awareness
- Eight Ways to Sharpen Your Focus
- Five Ways to Keep on Track
- Eight Ways to Reduce Mental Clutter
- Five Ways to Use Your Day Wisely
- Two Ways to Find Your Sacred Space
- Six Steps to Meditative Practice
- Finding Personal Purpose
- Break A Habit in Four Easy Steps
- Change Your Thinking, Change Your Habit
- Eight Ways to Begin Monday Morning Without The Blues
- Four Ways to Feel Good After Feeling Low
- The Art of Listening
- A Prescription for Positive Listening
- Seven Barriers to Strong Listening Habits
- Five Power Points to Listening
- Six Steps to Giving Constructive Criticism
- Six Ways to Receive Constructive Criticism
- Eight Tips for Talking Assertively
- Six Tips for Taking Control of Your Anger
- Ten Tips to Calming Down Someone Who is Angry
- Eight Steps to Resolving Conflict Assertively
- Ten Ways to Perk-up Body Language
- Eight Reasons Why We Procrastinate
- 12 Ways to Overcome Procrastination
- Five Ways to Get Your Emotions in Check
- Six Things To Do Today to Get Back In Control
- Eight Ways to Control Your Smart Phone
- Six Ways to Tame Your In-Box
- Six Habits That Lead to Success
- Five Ways We Can Add Value Through Influencing
- Eight Questions to Ask About How You Influence Others
- Six Ingredients to Strengthen Trust
- Ten Actions That Set Leaders Apart
- Ten Indicators You Are Becoming A Leader
- Seven Ways to Show Compassion Everyday
- Seven Ways to Strengthen Integrity
- Eleven Actions To Recover From Job Loss
- Four Reasons Why You May Give-in To Cluttering
- Eight Questions To Explore About Your Fear
- Four Questions To Breakthrough The Fear Barrier
- Six Ways to Develop Gratitude
- Four Ways to Balance Your Diet
- Six Ways to Stop Weight Gain In Its Tracks
- Six Sleep Myths And Facts
- Eight Ways to Improve Your Sleep Pattern
- Five Ways to Improve Your Mental Health
- 15 Ways to Re-energize When Feeling Stressed Out
- The Three Minute Mental Break
- Six Ways to Make Your Inner Diamond Shine
- Five Ways to Improve Self-Confidence and Esteem
- Six Critical Life Decisions
RESET YOUR MIND FOR SUCCESS: Change Your Mindset-Change Your Results
RESET YOUR MIND FOR SUCCESS: Change Your Mindset-Change Your Results
93 pages: 19,288 Words. Personal Use and Master Resale Rights License Attached. Also has added Resources for your use. An eBook for everyone seeking to change their mindset.
You bet that success is a habit.
But to pick up this habit, you have to have the right mindset. You can force things and hang on to your old habits while embracing new habits, but these will eventually wear off. Successful people do certain things consistently to become the best that they can be. That's why they achieve a higher degree of success than most other people.
But there's more to it than that.
It's not just a matter of doing certain things over and over again given certain circumstances.
When you adopt these success habits without changing your mindset, you eventually end up where you began.
You built your habits on a faulty mental foundation.
Here’s where my advice for you comes in.
With advice found in this eBook you will:
✓ Realize the importance of what you choose to believe.
✓ Learn to achieve success by adopting 8 key mindsets.
✓ Understand certain limiting beliefs.
✓ Arrive at consistent breakthroughs throughout your life.
✓ Discover the process of clearing your mind of toxic beliefs.
To make it easy, with “Reset Your Mind For Success: Change Your Mindset-Change Your Results” I’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you exactly how it’s done. Here is a quick preview of what you will discover inside...
✓ The Meaning Of Success and How It Applies To Your Mindset
✓ Detox Your Mind Before Embracing a Successful Mindset
✓ Assume That You Can Change
✓ Prepare, Before Fear of Failure
✓ Set the Stage To Achieve
✓ Actively Take Control
✓ Deliberate, Decide and Commit
✓ There Is Always Room For Improvement
✓ Problems Are Soluble If You Believe
✓ Take Calculated Risks
✓ Best Practices For A Success Mindset
✓ Resources For Further Reading
✓ Master Resale Rights
This is the easiest way to actually start identifying and adopting the mindsets that can lead you to consistent breakthroughs!
Who Needs This Step-By-Step eBook?
If you answer YES to any of the below, you need this…
✓ You want to have the right mindset.
✓ You want to be mindful of what your choose to believe.
✓ You know that you have certain limiting beliefs that hold you back and drag you down from the success that you are capable of achieving.
✓ You want to be in a better position to reprogram yourself for better success.
✓ You want to learn how to shape your emotional response to the things that are happening around you, your priorities, your values, and your life's direction.
This eBook comes with Personal Use and Master Resale Rights so that you not only can use it personally but sell it to others if you so choose.
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LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE: Leading Transformational Change In The Workplace
LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE: Leading Transformational Change In The Workplace
85 pages: Over 20,000 Words. An evergreen eBook packed with solid content. No fluff. No fillers.
Transformational leaders don’t stop driving change they continue to develop organizational systems, processes, and structure to meet new contingencies.
But they do more than that.
They provide an environment for people to grow and prosper. In short they set the stage for everyone within the organization to learn, dialogue, engage collaborate and coordinate. Their approach shines through even the darkest of hours.
This book shows you how do just that.
You will learn…
✓ A framework for organizational change based on what is happening today.
✓ How transformational leaders work through tough times during any change process.
✓ How transformational leaders keep employees and colleagues moving forward.
✓ The commitments transformational leaders make to keep the change process alive.
✓ How transformational leaders engage others to improve outcomes and a healthy culture.
✓ How transformational leaders are meeting new realities post COVID-19.
LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE: Leading Transformational Change In The Workplace is packed with ideas, practical strategies, positive approaches, and ways to engage those in the organization in the change process.
Here is what you will find inside:
✓ Why organizational change is so difficult.
✓ What leaders do to redefine workplaces in order to meet today’s fast paced marketplace.
✓ That change is not linear but rather a spiraling force where past, present and future converge.
✓ Four personal commitments leaders make to keep progressing.
✓ Five courageous strategies leaders employ to counteract negative behavior.
✓ The difficulties leaders face in the middle of the change process and how they work themselves through it.
✓ The cyclical nature of change and what leaders do to find common ground.
✓ Several ways to deal with negativity within the workplace.
✓ Four important strategies leaders use to consistently improve organizational outcomes.
✓ The one ingredient transformational leaders need to influence and engage employees.
✓ Five strategies to improve organizational culture.
✓ Ten characteristics of transformational leaders.
✓ The way transformational leaders are adjusting to post COVID-19 realities.
This is the easiest way for transformational leaders to actually start identifying and adopting the ways and means to consistently achieve breakthroughs in any organization!
Who Needs This Step-By-Step eBook?
If you answer YES to any of the below, you need it…
✓ You are responsible for transformational change in your organization.
✓ You are in the middle of a change process but your organization is stuck on how to proceed to the next level.
✓ You want to know how to lead transformational change the right way.
✓ You need practical and doable ways to initiate and maintain a change process based on experience and case studies.
✓ You want to ensure that everyone is tackling the change process from the same page.
✓ You want to know how to break through the tough times that are holding people back from implementing needed changes in your organization.
✓ You want an evergreen resource for transformational change based on principles that fit current and future organizational realities.
✓ You want to strengthen your skills as a change agent within your organization.
✓ You want to learn how to shape your emotional responses for improved change outcomes.
LEADERS DRIVING CHANGE: Leading Transformational Change In The Workplace breaks content into four major areas:
1. The Organizational Change Framework: Four Chapters based on the philosophical constructs behind change and the changing nature of organizations today.
2. The Middle Muddle Change Process: Chapter 5 has four parts dealing with the notorious difficulties and satisfactions leaders experience as they muddle through the middle of the change process.
3. Leaders Engage Employees: Five chapters pertaining to the work of leaders as they engage with those who make the organizational change process happen.
4. The Epilogue: A current exploration of the emerging workplace post COVID-19 and what it might look like in the coming years.
Stop Stressing Yourself
Welcome to Stop Stressing Yourself (98 Pages, 27,450 words)
Stop Stressing Yourself uncovers strategies and techniques to manage stress. In this eBook you will find:
- Ways to overcome stress in your daily life from binge eating to exercise.
- Methods to conquer stress when you work at home or outside of the home.
- Techniques to address your inner critical voice which often causes stress.
- The importance of exercise including tips to become functionally fit.
- The role habits play in causing stress and how to correct them.
- Approaches to defeat boredom and the fear of failure.
- What to do when perfection grips you.
- Ways to overcome financial stress.
Manage stress today so that you can have a healthier tomorrow.
As an extra bonus you will also receive 28 Tips to Help Stop Stressing Yourself (11 pages, 3455 words)
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