You Can't Stop the Waves But You Can Learn to Surf

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You Cant Stop the Waves but You Can Learn To Surf Stress Management During this seminar, your team will have the opportunity to reflect on their personal response to stress and through building this insight, they will develop tools to respond more effectively to the perceived pressures they face at work. Through discussion around our stress mind set, our reactions to stress and practicing simple mindfulness skills, they will leave the session with a practical toolkit to bring new stress management skills to their work. Benefits: As each person is encouraged to develop their own personal toolkit, this workshop is more meaningful than a generic presentation or lecture and therefore the impact is ongoing and return on investment greater. Reduced stress will result in lower levels of absenteeism, sick leave and workplace conflict. Suitable for: Any organization seeking to provide their employees with practical tools to manage their personal stress. This workshop is especially relevant during times of organizational change.

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<ul><li> S You Cant Stop the Waves but You Can Learn to Surf STRESS MANAGEMENT </li> <li> WHAT IS STRESSING YOU? S WORK S HOME S MONEY S HEALTH S RELATIONSHIPS S KIDS </li> <li> How Do You DO Stress? Anger Stuff it Addictions Go faster Freeze Give up </li> <li> Perceived Pressures S The economy S Busyness S Financial S Unrealistic expectations S Lies we BELIEVE </li> <li> S MINDSET 1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations. 2. An inclination or a habit. </li> <li> A New Mindset Recognize and accept your mindset is your responsibility Commit to change Admit your part Change your words Stop saying you are Busy! </li> <li> Mindset Choose truth Acknowledge fear Revisit values and beliefs Examine competing commitment </li> <li> Our Response S What causes you the most stress? S Are there any stress patterns in your life? S What areas of life are you most able to handle stress? S What skills do you use in these areas? S When you start to feel stress what happens to you physically? Emotionally? Mentally? S When someone asks you how you are, what is your normal response? </li> <li> Our Response S When you encounter a negative person at work what do you do? S When someone talks about their stress how do you react? S When you start to feel stress what happens to you physically? Emotionally? Mentally? S When someone asks you how you are, what is your normal response? </li> <li> Build Your Personal Tool Box S Down time S Restart your day S Read S BREATHE S Do not gossip S Put a sign on your door S Be honest S Time out S Practice new responses S My life is S I am S Things are S PAUSE </li> <li> Build Your Personal Tool Box S Creativity S Right Brain Activities S Play S Rest S Exercise S Connection S Visual reminders S Accountability Partner S Absolute YES List S Say NO S Eating Healthy S Prayer/Meditation </li> <li> Pick Three What three tools will work best for you at work? Will these same tools work at home? If not, what tools will work at home? </li> <li> S www.michelleneujahr.com Signup for a the FREE Renovate Your Life Workbook </li> </ul>