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Listen Now: Caution, Your Emotions Are Showing!

A few weeks ago, I hosted a free teleseminar with my good friend Sydni Craig-Hart (of Executive Assistant to Virtual Assistant) and she was kind enough to record it. For your listening pleasure, I’ve loaded it in here. Please take some time out of your busy day to sit back, relax and learn all about how to manage stress and emotions in the workplace. Remember, we’re coming up to the holiday season. Stress is coming, whether you like it or not!

This session IS NOT  full of those generic stress management tips you’ve heard before. It’s got real, tangible tools to help you get stress under control right now.

Dedicate just an hour of your time and you will:

  • Identify the ways in which you are experiencing stress emotionally, mentally and physically.
  • Identify the circumstances that cause these emotional reactions.
  • Learn techniques to improve your awareness of these issues and prevent them from creating unintended obstacles in the workplace.
  • Learn fun and easy techniques for managing and minimizing all types of stress.

Ready to get help? Good.

Click the link below and listen now:

Caution, Your Emotions are Showing

Additional Resources: Life Less Frazzled: An Interactive Guide to Beat Stress Before It Beats You

Photo Credit: Roadside Pictures (Flickr)

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