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What Is The Origin Of Your Stress-Related Problem? Find Out Here!

What Is The Origin Of Your Stress-Related Problem? Find Out Here!

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    Stress has been long perceived as a harmful way of thinking. Research shows that heart disease, high blood pressure and depression are all linked to the negative mindset. But what if I told you there are some positive benefits of stress?

    The first thing you need to know is that people experience stress differently. A compromising or harmful situation does not automatically trigger stress; it ultimately depends on the perception of the individual. This means that what some people find intolerable, others find comfortable.

    To use stress as a motivation requires you to overcome the mindset by not letting it consume you. Afterwards, simply prove to yourself that you are better than succumbing to the stressful event. This takes a lot of practice, but it’s much better than letting yourself get caught up in the moment. Go ahead, try it today!

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    Published on September 8, 2019

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    In this episode, Joseph Wilner, licensed clinical psychotherapist and certified life-coach, talks about finding and fulfilling your calling in life. Joseph blends his passion of music, and following his dreams of being a drummer, with his expertise in psychology to help people live a more intentional and meaningful life.

    Joseph believes everyone has a calling, or several callings, where their passions and strengths can merge to create a successful life of contribution and significance.

     

      Joseph Wilner

      Episode 7: Following Your Calling

      Also available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube.

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