Managing Chronic Stress in a Multi-Tasking World

How to Manage Stress Effectively for Increased Health, Longevity and Productivity 

In this era of too little time and too much to do, of increased career and family commitments, of crawling traffic and never ending e-mails, Americans are living with chronic stress. Indeed, 89% of us say that the stress in our lives is overwhelming. The result is often high levels of frustration, anxiety and anger.  

Says one corporate manager, "I'm dropping kids off to school at 7am, racing to work at 8, in a grocery store at 5:15, answering e-mails at 9pm, and doing laundry till midnight. I'm always behind and never have enough time to do my best. I'm always behind. Weekends used to be for kicking back, now they're for catching up." 

In this presentation, Joe examines the impact of chronic stress on health, productivity and quality of life.   He helps audiences understand that the secret to a balanced life is not to avoid stress, but to manage it; not to react to stress, but to respond to it.  His program not only examines the sources of stress in modern life (including Type A personality), but it provides audiences with a variety of mental and physical tools to successfully manage stress every day.

In this seminar, participants will learn:
  • How chronic stress impacts well-being, particularly cardiac health
  • What are the most common sources of chronic stress
  • What sre the best physical and mental methods of managing stress successfully