Cut the Stress

stress

When stress and anxiety take hold, it can be difficult to stay productive – and even to keep emotions in check. In much the same way as we reframe efficiency to convey value for our prospects, we can reframe the way we mentally approach stress to prevent it from creeping into our lives. It’s just a matter of making an effort to shift our outlook on the things that cause us stress in the first place.

An article published this week on the Inc blog suggests several actionable ways to keep stress and anxiety from pervading our lives. My favorite of their suggestions is to write a “hard-luck” script and an “empowered” script, based on difficulties you’ve had in the past.

To read the full list of recommendations, read the article below:

http://www.inc.com/travis-bradberry/how-successful-people-beat-stress.html

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