Posts tagged ‘Stress Management’

7 Strategies to Say “No” with More Confidence at Work

positive leadership, toxic leadership, leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles

It can be especially challenging to say no to your boss and colleagues at work. But to get more control over your life, time, and career, there are times you simply have to say “no.” Being able to say no with more confidence will help.

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The Easiest and Simplest Way to Get More Done in Less Time

productivity, rest, leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles

The easiest solution to getting more done in less time is counterintuitive and may surprise you. This one simple science-based strategy will have you accomplishing more in no time!

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How to Politely and Confidently Say No to More Work

positive leadership, leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles

Sometimes you have too much on your plate or you’re just not interested in taking on a project you’ve been asked to work on. How can you turn down the opportunity in a way that won’t offend the person asking?

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Discover How to Renew Your Mind with Cognitive Neuroplasticity

renew mind, positivity, positive psychology, positive leadership, executive coaching

Not being able to change doesn’t mean you’re weak, stubborn, or lazy. Whatever it is that you resolved to do (or stop doing) in the past, there’s no doubt you meant it. So, what’s been standing in your way?

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4 Practical Ways to Maintain Your Composure on Your Worst Day

leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles, stress, self-control, composure

Work is where most of us spend the majority our lives and it can be a frustrating place. So how do you keep your cool? Self-control is a learned skill and you can practice these 4 strategies to harness it.

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How Successful People Learn to Stop Striving

Christian leadership coaching, leadership development, leadership styles, leadership skills, restoration

Successful people are productive. They can even be hyper-focused. But they know they will burn out if they stay there. Great leaders have learned that they must balance their multi-tasking tendencies with quiet times to recharge their batteries.

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A Reason to Pray

Christian leadership coaching, prayer, leadership development, stress management

Does the God of the universe really care about your problems? Scripture provides countless examples of a Father that is closely involved in the lives of His children. All of heaven lies within your grasp – if you would only ask!

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How to Overcome Burnout in the Most Stressful Occupations

leadership development, leadership skills, leadership styles, stress management

Are you experiencing frequent headaches? Restless sleep? Have you been tempted to call in sick just to get away from work? These positive strategies will help you avoid burnout in the most stressful occupations.

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The Quality of Your Relationships at Work Impact the Quality of Your Life

leadership development, positive leadership, leadership skills, leadership styles

Your relationships at work are vital. Each connection in your day leaves an indelible imprint, whether it’s a significant interaction with a team member or a brief encounter in the hallway. Given the amount of time you spend at work, your relationships are bound to have an impact on you. In fact, new research indicates that the quality of these connections can determine your lifespan!

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8 Tips to Get a Better Grip on Your Emotions at Work

leadership development, executive coaching, leadership skills, leadership styles, leadership training

We all know the workplace isn’t the best place to vent your emotions. But it happens. Sometimes a heated debate can push you to the boiling point of yelling or tears. You can learn to manage these responses and get a better grip on your emotions. Here are 8 strategies for maintaining your composure at work.

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