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How to reduce unwanted STRESS


Low levels of stress are positive since they create forward movement. Too much stress however has short and long term consequences that you’ll preferably avoid.

Our brains have different networks. Understanding how to give specific areas of the brain some rest, is vital to reduce stress and unlock the power you have within.


How to rest the stress center:

Stress is always real for your brain. If you are in a car accident or if you relive a car accident or even if you’ve never been in one but hear of someone you know been in one and think about it, you will increase the activity in your stress center.


If your career and job depend on you increasing revenue in a short period of time or a longer period of time but with very high goals, without access to the necessary resources, like a well working process, the necessary staff, it might be so that your stress levels increase.


When the stress center is activated other areas of your brain will be deactivated, like the motivational network, this will make it more difficult for you to think out of the box, be creative, be resourceful and find the best solutions.


So what is it you can use more of and how can you unlock your brain’s power?

There are no general formulas that fit all. Your situation is specific and as such needs to be addressed with the specific attention.


If you too have a feeling you’re not using all of your potential and this is bothering you, we invite you to click on this link that will take you to a page where you can book a 30 minutes discovery call with a Certified and Accredited Executive Coach that will take you step by step on how you can finally unlock your potential under 90 days, develop your career while reducing worry without any time consuming practices.


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By learning how to unlock the power in your brain, you’ll stop standing on the edge of your potential and you’ll start fulfilling more of what you are capable of achieving.

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