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    Stress Solutions Suite - Price $269.99 – 90 Days access
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    Managing Work-Related Stress

    1)      Program Summary

    a)      Origin and Consequences of Stress

    b)      Recognizing your Stress Signature

    c)      Awareness and Choice

    d)     Benchmarking your Stress

    e)      Long-Term and Immediate-Need Stress Management Techniques

    2)      Instant Technique, Cleansing Breath

    3)      Topic 1: What is stress?

    a)      What is the origin of stress?

    4)      Topic 2: The Stress Reaction

    a)      Physiological Benefits of Managing Stress

    b)      Psychological Benefits of Managing Stress

    5)      Topic 3: The Sources of Stress

    a)      Environmental Stressors

    b)      Social Stressors

    c)      Physiological Stressors

    d)     Your Thoughts

    6)      Topic 4: Instant Technique: Diaphragmatic Breathing

    7)      Topic 5: Type A Behavior

    a)      The Missing Link

    8)      Topic 6: Burnout

    a)      What You Can Do

    9)      Topic 7: Timeshifting

    10)  Topic 8: Creating a Relaxing Environment

    11)  Topic 9: Stress Hardiness

    a)      Learned Optimism

    b)      Optimism Exercise 1: Reframing

    c)      Optimism Exercise 2: Gratitude

    12)  Topic 10: Instant Technique: Stop, Breathe, Reflect, Choose

    13)  Topic 11: Meditation

    a)      Physiological Benefits

    b)      Psychological Benefits

    c)      Meditation Technique

    d)     Long-Term Technique, Practice Session: Meditation


    Humor and Optimism as Tools for Good Health -

    14)  What Blocks Our Humor

    a)      The four ways that prevent most people from having humor.

    15)  What Do We Need to Have Humor

    a)      The four secrets to creating more humor.

    16)  Optimism Exercise 1

    a)      Art of Reframing

    17)  Gratitude

    a)      How to Use Appreciation to Change the Way You Think.

    18)  Setting Intention

    a)      Putting On Your Humor Glasses

    19)  Laughter Begins with a Smile

    a)      How changing your facial expression can make you happier.

    20)  The Psychochemistry of Humor

    a)      What happens to your body when you laugh.

    21)  Norman Cousins

    a)      The Science of Psychoneuroimmunology

    22)  Research Studies on Humor

    a)      Barry Bittman, MD

    i)        Boost Immune System

    ii)      Lower Cortisol Levels

    b)      Lars Jungdahl, MD

    i)        Results of 13 Weeks of Humor Therapy

    c)      William Fry, M.D.

    i)        Relationship of the Exercise to Laughter

    23)  Humor is Risky Business

    a)      What is appropriate vs. inappropriate laughter?

    24)  Laughter Gives Us Power

    a)      How Abraham Lincoln Used Laughter.

    25)  Learn to Laugh Exercises

    a)      Good News/Bad News

    b)      Bad News/Good News

    26)  Laughter Through Irony

    27)  Letting Go Laughter Games

    28)  How to Create More Humor in Your Life

    a)      Suggestions for Adding Humor Into Your Daily Life



    Balancing Work, Family and Self


    29)  The Challenge of Modern Day Living

    30)  Realizing the Choices You Make

    31)  Examining Your Past Patterns and Values

    32)  Learning to Be Congruent with Your Values

    33)  Are you Stressed?

    34)  Balancing Your Life as an Opportunity

    a)      Creating balance and fulfillment

    b)      Challenging Your Patterns

    35)  What Will You Focus on Now?

    36)  What are your values based on?

    37)  Recognizing When you are being authentic and inauthentic.

    38)  The Importance of Being Happy

    39)  The Key is Self-Awareness

    40)  The Present is the Point of Power

    41)  Learning to Take Care of Yourself

    42)  The 3 Major Components of Stress Relief.

    43)  Making Your Exercise fun

    44)  Balance and Mental Health

    a)      Emotions

    b)      Positive Emotions

    c)      What resources do you have?

    d)     The importance of being grateful

    e)      The value of Self-Talk

    f)       Focusing Your Attention on Your Passions

    45)  The Seven Steps to Creating Balance in Your Relationships

    46)  The Importance of Communication in Relationships

    47)  The Importance of Having More Fun

    48)  Recognizing Your Self-Approval Needs

    49)  Balance and Your Family

    a)      The most important quality for balance in your family.

    b)      The power of agreements

    50)  Balance and Caring for Others

    51)  Spiritual Self-Care

    a)      Quieting the Mind

    b)      Being Open to Your Feelings

    c)      Being Playful

    d)     Learning how to use your imagination

    e)      Creating a One-Pointed Focus

    f)       How to breathe correctly

    g)      Working with your dreams

    52)  Uncovering Your Purpose

    53)  The importance of investing time in meaningful work

    54)  What to do if you are overly focused on yourself.

    55)  What to do if you are overly focused on others.

    56)  What to do if you are a workaholic.

    57)  The keys to creating a healthy life balance.



    Conflicts, Relationships and Stress


    58)  Relationship Dynamics and Stress

    59)  Definition of Conflict

    60)  Where Do Conflicts Occur in Life?

    61)  How Do You Deal with Conflict?

    a)      Do You Face Your Conflicts?

    b)      Do You Hide From Your Conflicts?

    c)      Do You Run From Your Conflicts?

    62)  Does the Way You Deal with Conflict Work for You?

    63)  How to Change the Way You View Conflicts.

    64)  Can Conflict Be Viewed as Healthy?

    65)  Study on Conflict and Teams

    66)  Viewing Conflicts as an Opportunity

    67)  How to Manage Your Emotions During a Conflict

    68)  Avoiding a Problem

    69)  Risk of Expressing Your Emotions

    70)  Problem with Personalizing Conflicts

    71)  How to Objectify Conflicts.

    72)  What are the Primary Requirements for Resolving Conflicts?

    73)  What Does Listening Ineffectively Mean?

    74)  What are the Components of Effective Listening?

    75)  How do you Actively Listen?

    a)      Eye Contact

    b)      What is an Open Body Posture?

    c)      How do you Paraphrase?

    d)     The Art of Probing.

    e)      How do Listen to What is Not Being Said

    f)       Which Body Language Do you Want to Avoid?

    76)  Conflict Resolution Techniques

    a)      Stage 1

    b)      Stage 2

    c)      Stage 3

    77)  The Art of Assertiveness

    a)      Definition

    78)  What is Assertiveness Training?

    a)      Exercise

    79)  The Opposite of Assertiveness

    a)      Aggressiveness

    b)      Passivity

    80)  How to Create a Mutually Satisfying Resolution.

    81)  Non-Verbal Assertiveness

    a)      What is Passive Body Language

    b)      What is Aggressive Body Language

    c)      What is Assertive Body Language

    82)  The Relationship of Assertiveness and Self-Esteem

    83)  What are Your Assertive Rights?

    84)  A Five-Step Assertiveness Strategy

    a)      Step 1

    b)      Step 2

    c)      Step 3

    d)     Step 4

    e)      Step 5

    85)  The Broken Record Assertive Strategy

    86)  The DESC Assertive Strategy Technique

    87)  Assertiveness Tips

    88)  Tips on Staying Relaxed During Conflicts

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