Last month American Express’s OpenForum published an article describing six of the techniques I use to help people get past blocks to doing things they need to in order to grow their business. I chose those six because they were easy to explain and readers could try them on their own. Each of them can … Continue reading My 7th Technique for Overcoming Stress: Visualization
I was recently interviewed by Karlee Weinmann, a talented author (and delightful conversationalist) who writes for the American Express Open Forum. We talked about overcoming barriers posed by stress in the workplace, or as the article says: Particularly when it comes to self-imposed obstacles—often rooted in long-held beliefs about what defines success and an individual's … Continue reading My interview “6 Ways to Overcome Stress and Reach Success” in the American Express Open Forum
In my last post I wrote about steps you can take before an interview to get yourself calm and focused going into an interview. But what do you do if something happens after the interview has started that throws you for a loop? I’ll give you a few suggestions here. 1. Can’t remember the answer? … Continue reading 3 ways to recover from stress in the middle of an interview
Interviews can be stressful for people under the best of circumstances. But with fewer jobs out there, the perception that no one is hiring, and the very real possibility of going months before getting even one interview, many interviewees are putting added stress on themselves. Ironically this added stress is likely to undercut their performance … Continue reading 5 tips to set yourself up for a successful interview
I read a fun article the other day describing ten of the worst fears Americans have. For those of you who want to skip to the chase, here’s the list: Dentists Dogs Flying Thunder and lightning The dark Heights Being around people other than family (including speaking in front of groups) Specific places, like elevators, … Continue reading What are the top ten worst fears?
Internalized messages from your family, even second-hand ones, can keep you from growing your business.
I am excited to offer an in-person group in November to help people get control over their fear of flying before the day before Thanksgiving, which is the busiest flying day of the year. By the way, if you are interested but cannot attend the November seminar, please email me to discuss whether individual telephone … Continue reading Overcome Your Fear of Flying Seminar
I just read about a study done on stress and girls 7 to 12 years old. (Stay with me here; this could be helpful to you.) It seems that seeing or just talking to their mothers helped lower their stress. In the study, the girls were given something stressful to do. Then one-third met with … Continue reading Stress Relief Is Just a Phone Call Away
I've been assuming that there is a link between stress, anxiety and depression for years now, recommending that strategies to counter an anxiety disorder be used to fight depression, that approaches to lessen depression can work on anxiety, and that all of these strategies should be tried on plain old stress. This has been based … Continue reading The Link Between Stress, Anxiety and Depression
It's a truism that, as stress goes up, sleep goes down. I was talking with a client this week who has been having trouble sleeping. She has been using the technique of tapping on acupressure points I teach to work on some other stressors in her life but had not used the tapping on her … Continue reading Tapping to Sleep Better