Train Your Brain to Tame Your Stress

 

Did you know your brain is hard-wired for negativity? According to neuropsychologist and author Rick Hanson, the brain lets good news slip away like Teflon, yet clings to bad news like Velcro. The good news about this bad news, however, is we can train our brain to reverse this wiring using mindfulness techniques.

 

According to the American Institute of Stress, chronic stress costs American business $300 Billion annually due to absenteeism and health care costs alone. That’s a lot of zeroes ($300,000,000,000). That’s a lot of stress! 

 

These are indeed stormy times with stressors such as downsizing, time pressures, and dealing with difficult people. The good news is you can turn your brain into your greatest ally for taming your stress. While it won’t erase the stressors themselves, it will help ease the effects of stress. That’s the key to maintaining your health, sanity, and effectiveness!

 

Neuroscientists say our brains are hard-wired for negativity.  We can, however, diffuse our biologically built-in alarm systems using therapeutic exercises from the psychology world. Susan brings the most effective and efficient methods to help with common workplace stress.

 

When you bring Susan to speak at your event, you’ll “Climb aboard the Brain Train” and have fun as you “Tame Your Stress for Good.” You’ll benefit by decreasing the negative effects of stress.  The exercises you’ll learn will help you ease the way through every day.

 

 

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