10 Ways to Monitor Corporate Stress Levels

10 Ways to Monitor Corporate Stress LevelsGood military leaders work hard to balance thepositive and negative stress. Positive stressencourages high performance. Negative stressdegrades individual and unit capability. The bestleaders know how to use positive stress to get themost out of their personnel. And they know how totone things down to... Read More

Stress Control: Tough Leadership vs. Easy Does It

Tough leaders are usually seen as ogres. Their exacting demands and high expectations add to stress levels. And their obsessive compulsive behavior can have a negative effect on results if they don't understand how to control stress to get positive results without serious negative reactions.The same kind of leadership challenge... Read More

Control Stress with High Morale

When Army leaders fail to control battlefield stress, they lose as many soldiers to combat stress as they do to enemy bullets. Even when they are well trained, these soldiers are more likely to collapse in the face of great stress.Units with high morale and esprit de corps, however, lose... Read More

10 Ways to Benchmark Workplace Stress

With almost 50% of workers complaining that their jobs are very stressful, it is no surprise that more than two-thirds of all medical problems are stress related.Each day, workplace stress is credited with more than a million absences and at least 40% of all personnel turnover. Studies show stress is... Read More

13 Stress Reducers & Profit Boosters

The United Nations declares workplace stress to be a worldwide epidemic. In the United States alone, forty-six percent of workers report that their job is very stressful. This adds up to a million stress related workplace absences each day.Individual stress control techniques are important. Meditation, soothing music, biofeedback, and other... Read More

3 Kinds of Workplace Stress

Workers across America will tell you that stresslevels are increasing. The demand for anti-depressants is up. Doctor's visits areincreasing. Stress-related ailments are shootingup like a rocket.There are many stressors behind all theseproblems, but the gurus generally classify thestress itself into three categories.Understanding the major types is the first step tocontrolling... Read More

Overcome the Top 10 Causes of Workplace Stress

Workplace stress is on the rise and it's costing corporate America a fortune. Some estimate that 80% of health care costs are stress related, and these expenses go right to the bottom line.According to CNN-Money.com, Americans spent more than $17 billion for anti-depressants and anti- anxiety drugs in 2002, up... Read More

Stress Causing People to ?Super Size?

Stress Causing People to "Super Size" by Georgianna Donadio D.C., M.Sc., Ph.D. It is currently reported that two out of three adults is either overweight or... Read More

Stress & Burnout: The Adrenal Factor

I was a psychotherapist for years before I got involved in the holistic movements....before I became a shaman. I had a strong interest in psychosomatic problems. The popular approach at that time, which is still common, was that many body problems, pains, etc., were all... Read More

Beyond the Stress of Success - Access Your Thriving Zone

Genuine enthusiasm...real feeling of accomplishment...sense of satisfaction and fun. Welcome to your thriving zone! How do you gain quick access? Simple...take 3 easy steps. Pause to Refresh Think Thriving Thoughts Re-energize in Thriving Environments Pause to Refresh...Given the relentless demands of nonstop 24/7 lifestyles, it is easy to forget we... Read More

In The News:

A photographer captured a remarkable image of the NEOWISE comet streaking over Stonehenge this past Friday.
A new study suggests that the moon is much younger than initially believed. 
The coronavirus pandemic has had an enormous impact on the planet in all facets of life.
A new study from researchers at Stanford University reports massive blooms of phytoplankton have dramatically enhanced the Arctic Ocean's ability to soak up carbon dioxide. 
Special filters in glasses could help the colorblind see colors better, according to new research from the UC Davis Eye Center and France’s INSERM Stem Cell and Brain Research Institute.
Scientists have warned that last year’s Ridgecrest quakes in Southern California have increased the risk of a major San Andreas fault earthquake. .
Researchers have discovered a new species of dinosaur, known as Trirarchuncus prairiensis, in the Montana Badlands with a unique hooked claw at the end of its arms.
African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) can live more than 50 years, memorize dozens of words in English and, if given the chance, outsmart a flock of Harvard students in a classic Shell Game.
Rock art, believed to be over 4,200 years old, has been discovered on megalithic burial sites in Israel.
Astronomers in Japan have spotted a huge “superflare” emerging from a nearby star.
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Unmanaged Stress Kills and Ruins Lives! Sit a Bit

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7 Unique Stress Relievers

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Stress Management--Getting the Better of the Daily Grind

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Stress Managment: Worry is the Prescription for an Ulcer

Have you ever listened to someone, perhaps even to your... Read More

Stress Management: Ditch Thinking or Destination Thinking

Imagine driving down the road. You are driving with a... Read More

Stressed Out? It May Be Your Job

"I'm stressed out."If you find yourself thinking--or saying--this on a... Read More

The 3 Rs of Taking a Vacation Without Leaving Home

This summer, get away, without going away. Take a mini... Read More

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HELP! Im Working with a Baby!!

Did you know that more than half of our adult... Read More

Stress Management: How to Avoid the Ruts and Holes of Life

Have you ever noticed how we keep falling into the... Read More

The Top Seven Causes Of Workplace Stress And Fifteen Ways To Get Rid Of Them

Anyone who has ever worked knows that stress is part... Read More

Stress Management: 5 More Things to Clean Out of Your Mental Closet

ResentmentsA wise friend once said that holding onto resentments is... Read More

Journal Your Stress Away

Writing down our thoughts and feelings, as in keeping a... Read More

Stress Managment: 12 Universal Laws for Managing Anger

1. The Law of EveryoneIt is not neccessarily wrong to... Read More

Conquering Stress and Depression with Exercise

One of the best ways to combat stress and depression... Read More

Stress Management: How to Handle Rejection - The Power of NEXT

Raise your hand if you have ever been rejected by... Read More

How To Use Diet To Reduce Your Stress

The Problem You don't need me to tell you how... Read More