Whether it is in sport, studies, work or recreation, stress is a common experience throughout our human life and not everybody experiences stress the same way. This is what makes stress highly subjective. Imagine six people riding a rollercoaster, some may appear very anxious and fearful while others might be in pure euphoria and excitement.…Read More
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Book Review: The Upside of Stress
The first time I heard of Kelly McGonigal was her TedTalk on how to make stress your friend published in 2013 and then around September of last year, I was recommended her 2015 publication, the Upside of Stress. Where McGonigal reveals an important truth based on science: True excellence is only achieved under great adversity.…Read More
Feeling overwhelmed? Try this.
Step 1: Get everything out of your head and onto paper by listing out everything you are worrying about. Step 2: Look at your list and place a star next to anything that is within your control. To help guide you with where you have power or responsibilty, check out this article. Step 3: Look…Read More
Kick-start better habits and choices here
I once read a story about a woman named, Amanda Malcolm-Brown, who bartended in nightclubs where drinks were $17 each and a majority of people would pay-up, with a tip, no questions asked, and then return for more (or spend thousands on bottle service). She also manages a cold press juice shop in West Hollywood,…Read More