This episode brings you the top 3 tips I share with all my clients so that they can manage and reduce stress and anxiety levels quickly and easily.
Listen in for:
The number 1 thing you need to calm your internal system.
A quick and easy way to change the worry habit.
Why you need to create a routine and the reasons it’s helpful in managing stress
I explain why I talk about stress tips so much and how stress affects our brain and our performance.
If you’re not sure what the difference is between stress and anxiety then have a listen and I explain that for you. Lots of people get confused and don’t know the difference.
“one off occasions of feeling stressed or anxious are perfectly normal”
“there are a lot of ways you can incorporate this tool into your everyday life”
“this can help us manage the uncertainty that life can throw up and help us cope with unpredictable periods of time”
“trying to remember things can be really stressful and can be overwhelming … so having this tool means we don’t have to think about these any more”
“you don’t need to do the same as everyone else, you need to find the thing that works for you”
Everyone is different – so what stresses one person will be exciting for another. It’s important that you know what affects you so that you can do something about it and feel in control
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