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Stress is a part of our daily lives. It can have a negative impact on your health and your relationships. The reason why I decided to write this book was because I wanted to share my personal success story with managing stress to you. I will talk about the following six ways (tips/ideas/behaviors) that will help you better deal with stress. I promise:
- 1. Identifying your triggers.
- 2. Managing Accessibility at work.
- 3. Managing interactions at work.
- 4. Managing your time at work.
- 5. Making positive personal choices.
- 6. Starting with small steps.
After completing this book, you will have a clearer idea of how to properly manage your stress. Listen to this book with an open mind and be honest with yourself when exploring this important issue of your life. Remember that there is no quick fix to resolving this type of a problem. But the chances of success are much higher if you at least have a game plan. And that's where this book will help you; coming up with a strategy to minimize your stress. So let's start shall we?
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What did you love best about How to Manage Stress Without Hurting Someone: Best Ways to Cope with Stress at Work & Home?
I love the various tips that can be indeed very helpful at home and work.
Stress is so negative and we need better ways to cope with LIFE itself! This book was very helpful.
What about L. David Harris’s performance did you like?
First, I love the narrator, it was easy to listen too, which makes the experience tolerable and easy to follow. He was clear, and read in a nice pace, not too fast and not to slow! He was very engaging and it was a joy listening to all the various tips about how to deal with stress.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Chapter 2 was very informative and I will use some of those tips on my job!