“She handled a difficult employee/coworker without feeling stressed at all!…”
Before… Jill was the manager of a hair salon and spa who was worrying for weeks about how to confront an employee regarding some inappropriate behavior at work. She didn’t quite know how to bring up the issue and was concerned that the person might get upset or […]Continue Reading →
Are you feeling stressed and looking for a solution?
If so, you’re probably feeling some mixture of overwhelm, frustration and anxiety and you may have one or more of the common symptoms of stress overload such as fatigue, headaches, difficulty sleeping, irritability or unhealthy habits.
I’m Dr Mark Lauderdale, a psychiatrist and stress management consultant […]Continue Reading →
What if you could boost your confidence whenever you needed it?
Imagine what it would be like to be able to replace your feelings of anxiety, fear, frustration or stress with a state of strength and confidence whenever you face a stressful situation.
Not only that, but what if you could use that feeling of […]Continue Reading →
If there is ONE skill in life that guarantees success in life, it’s knowing how to be assertive, confident and effective with people.
The most successful people in business aren’t the ones who possess special skills or knowledge. They’re the ones who can confidently communicate with people and arouse in them a spirit of cooperation […]Continue Reading →
1. Recognize That You Do Have a Choice Between Stressing Out or Being Strong and Confident
One thing that people often do not realize is that their emotions can and do change. Just because a situation may be automatically triggering anxiety, it doesn’t always have to be that way. There are things we can […]
What makes a person “difficult” to deal with? Sure, they may have attitudes or behaviours that are frustrating, but the really difficult part is handling your triggered emotions – your anxiety, your stress, your anger, etc.
If you can handle the emotional triggers you can truly clear the way to your personal success.
Take Jill’s […]Continue Reading →