Manage Stress Accomplish More

The word ‘stress’ is used to describe the physical and/or emotional response to the demands and pressures that modern living means we come under from time to time. Stress can be a positive thing, which drives us on and helps us to grow, develop and be stimulated. Stress often has effect on mental agility, physical strength to manage stressful events.

Stress is the body’s automatic response to any physical or mental demand placed on it. Resulting in adrenaline, a chemical naturally produced in our body as a response to stress. There can be temporary or long term impact on people often dealing with stressful events or difficult circumstances.

We can learn to minimize the impact of stress however cannot eliminate stressors from our lives. Studies indicate that optimism or pessimism may affect your quality of life. Manage stress does not mean eliminating stressor from your life. It means developing positive strategies for dealing with success to avoid negative consequences.

Ways the stress can be managed in day to day lives and demanding routines is to learn to set short-term and long term goals, be able to manage and resolve issues and problems you are faced with.

In this course we take a broader approach to understand our own priorities, abilities to manage tasks, create work-life balance, and develop an outlook to manage Situations, activities, and relationships that cause ‘trauma’ to one’s physical, emotional, and psychological self.

Course Objectives:
  • Stress, Stressors and their impact
  • Physical, Emotional and Psychological aspect of stress
  • Co-relation of stress, issues and creative problem solving
  • Goal setting to create SMART goals
  • Understand how to identify the tasks and resources necessary to implement solutions
  • Identify and use four different problem definition tools
  • Overcome procrastination, and accomplish more
  • Timely actions to manage routine
  • Evaluate and adapt solutions to reality

Manage Stress Accomplish More

In this course we take a broader approach to understand our own priorities, abilities to manage tasks, create work-life balance, and develop an outlook to manage Situations, activities, and relationships that cause ‘trauma’ to one’s physical, emotional, and psychological self.
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