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Stress management sounds like something easy to do.. yes, it is easy but we never care about it until we reach the maximum of our tolerance. Why not manage it now because, in fact, Stress management is a key to business/ work/ relationship/ and life success!!!

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  • What is my objective of my presentation today?We will explore together! How can we beHAPPY AT WORK
  • Key PointsMany of us sometimes experience a fear of failure, but we mustn't let that fear to stop us from moving forward.Fear of failure can have several causes: from childhood events to mistakes we've made in our adult lives. It's important to realize that we always have a choice: we can choose to be afraid, or we can choose not to be.Start by setting small goals that will help build your confidence. Learn how to explore and evaluate all possible outcomes rationally and develop contingency plans; and practice thinking positively. By moving forward slowly but steadily, you'll begin to overcome your fear of failure.
  • mal·a·dap·tive (m l -d p t v). adj. 1. Marked by faulty or inadequate adaptation. 2. Not assisting or promoting adaptation.It's important to understand the difference between maladaptive perfectionism and a healthy quest for success. Maladaptive perfectionists see mistakes as unacceptable, as they think that these lead others to see them as incompetent.By contrast, people striving for excellence in a healthy way see mistakes as an opportunity to grow; they understand that mistakes are part of the learning process, and they accept them.
  • There is one amazing way of handling stress… everyone can do it.. Whether rich or poor.. Men or womenDo you know what it is?THE BREATHTaking a deep breath! Every time you are facing FearDisappointmentAngerLossYour best friend is yourself… breathing in and out deepy.. Is always an effective tool!If you stop and think for a moment about how stress affects you, you'll notice that you usually have a strong physical reaction when you're stressed. You may lift your shoulders, take short breaths (which means you use the upper parts of your lungs instead of the lower, deeper parts), your heart rate increases, and you may feel as if you're 'floating.'Centering, on the other hand, is designed to bring you back down to earth. It helps you focus on the here and now, and doesn't allow outside concerns to intrude on your inner strength and calm. Centering helps you remain stable and grounded – something you would no doubt appreciate when you're about to go onstage to present.
  • Stress management

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    8. 8. 2012Executive Stress Management in the Workplace Stress – Hate it or Love it!Secretaries &PersonalAssistantsConferenceNonkwan “Stress is not necessarily something bad – it allHongthong19.07.2012 depends on how you take it. The stress of exhilarating, creative successful work is beneficial, while that of failure, humiliation or infection is detrimental." Hans Selye One of the founding fathers of stress research“Stress is a condition or feeling experienced when aperson perceives that "demands exceed the personal andsocial resources the individual is able to mobilize." Inshort, its what we feel when we think weve lost controlof events.”Richard S Lazarusone of the most influential psychologistsSource: www.mindtools.com
    9. 9. 2012Executive Stress Management in the WorkplaceSecretaries &PersonalAssistantsConference The Stress ScaleNonkwanHongthong19.07.2012 In 1967, psychiatrists Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe decided to study whether or not stress contributes to illness. They surveyed more than 5,000 medical patients and asked them to say whether they had experience any of a series of 43 life events in the previous two years. Each event, called a Life Change Unit (LCU), had a different "weight" for stress. The more events the patient added up, the higher the score. The higher the score, and the larger the weight of each event, the more likely the patient was to become ill.Source: www.mindtools.com
    10. 10. 2012Executive Stress Management in the WorkplaceSecretaries &PersonalAssistantsConference The Stress ScaleNonkwanHongthong19.07.2012 This table is taken from "The Social Re-adjustment Rating Scale", Thomas H. Holmes and Richard H. Rahe, Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Volume 11, Issue 2, August 1967, Pages 213-218, Copyright © 1967 Published by Elsevier Science Inc. Score Comment You have a high or very high risk of becoming ill in the 300+ near future. You have a moderate to high chance of becoming ill in 150-299 the near future. You have only a low to moderate chance of becoming ill <150 in the near future.Source: www.mindtools.com
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