Letters: Dealing with Stressors that Lead to Mental & Physical Impairments

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Here are some Letters to Editor for the June 2012 Issue oif Home Business Magaziner:
 

Connecting with their inner voices, or "geniuses", your readers approach stressful situations at work without the headaches and stomachaches they usually bring with them.

Reduce Stress: Use Your Inner Voice

    Many things can cause your readers stress at work: new projects, new clients, and/or new co-workers, for example.  Often these stressors can lead to physical impairments as well as mental ones.  Your readers may think to themselves, "Once I get done with this project, I'll start to think and feel better."  What if this isn't the case? What if your readers need to start listening to their bodies now to help them get through the stressful times with more ease? Connecting with their inner voices, or "geniuses", your readers approach stressful situations at work without the headaches and stomachaches they usually bring with them.

Dr. Marjorie Wolter, author, speaker, and mentor
Founder of Vita Celebrata consulting firm

Speak to be Remembered and Repeated

    "Speak to be remembered and repeated" is the advice given by speech-coaches to their clients. Isn't that the goal of every executive, professional
speaker and sales professional — to be remembered and repeated? Presidents have gifted speech writers to coin ringing phrases for the history books. Your readers can be just as memorable in their field when they think about what they want to say and why. Here are 7 tips for doing this:
1. Speak in short sentences or phrases.
2. Don't step on your punch word.
3. Perfect your pause.
4. Repeat your key ideas more than once.
5. Never read your speech.
6. Use stories. Help your listeners to "see" your words.
7. Say something memorable.

Patricia Fripp
Speech Coach, Sales Presentation Trainer, and Keynote Speaker
www.fripp.com
 

 
Get Motivated

 
    Paint yourself a picture and imagine how fulfilled, productive and happy you would be.  What does it take to make your vision come to fruition?  There is a one word answer – motivation.
    When you take the initiative to make positive changes in your work or personal life, you will get motivated, do better and achieve success.  If you let life control you and become complacent, you will not grow and prosper.  Ask yourself, "Do I consistently get out of bed each morning looking forward to work and my life?" This is your life to control and enjoy; live it in a way that will keep you from having regrets.  It's never too late to get happy!

Nancy Stampahar
Silver Lining Solutions
nancy@silverliningsolutions.com
www.silverliningsolutions.com

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