stress: Bundled Upped Emotions - 10/25/15 06:08 AM
Bundled Upped Emotions
“The key is to not resist or rebel against emotions or to try
to get around them by devising all sort of tricks, but
to accept them directly as they are.”
Takahisa Kora, MD
As I see it . . . . . . .
Bundled upped emotions
I see it in the homeowners on a regular basis  who are going through the emotions of . . . . being forced to sell their homes through a short sale. Or they’re about to lose their home through a foreclosure.
Their stomachs are tied in knots . . . . and their emotions … (15 comments)

stress: Navigating Conflict Helps You to Grow as a Person - 09/03/15 05:53 AM
Navigating Conflict Helps You to Grow as a Person
“Difficulties are meant rouse, not discourage. The
human spirit is to grow strong by Conflict.”
William Channing 1780 - 1842, theologian
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Navigating conflict helps you grow as a person
A conflict is a difference view point of the same condition by difference people. In other words you will face conflicts in many areas of your life . . . .  throughout your life.
When you’re facing a conflict . . .  look for the areas that you can agree on with the other party. In that … (10 comments)

stress: Worrying Is Never The Answer - 08/03/15 09:33 PM
Worrying Is Never The Answer
“When I look back on all these worries, I remember the
story of the old man who said on his deathbed that
 he had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which
had never happened”
 Sir Winston Churchill 1874 - 1965, British Prime Minister          
As I see it . . . . . . .
Worrying is never the answer
A person that worries . . . . Is worrying about conditions that may . . . . or may not be real . . . . and in many cases will never come about.
Worrying can make a person … (21 comments)

stress: Problems Don’t Improve With Age - 07/18/15 08:29 PM
Problems Don’t Improve With Age
“. . . Ones objective should be to get it right, get it quick,
get it out and get it over . . . Your problem
won’t improve with age.”
Warren Buffet, American Businessman, Investor        
As I see it . . . . . . .
Problem don’t improve with age
When you have unsolved problem it feels like your carrying around two full buckets of water with you throughout the day.
The weight of carrying water around with you will put a strain on your mental outlook . . . . The longer that you’re carrying that water around with … (20 comments)

stress: The True You is Revealed Under Pressure - 01/11/15 05:11 AM

The True You is Revealed Under Pressure
“When you squeeze an orange, orange juice comes out –
because, that’s what’s inside. When you are
squeezed, what comes out is
what inside you.”
Wayne Dyer, Self – Self-Help Author and Motivational Speaker  
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The true you is revealed under pressure  
Under pressure some people will go onto break records . . . . and achieve great things. While other people . . . . will break under the pressure.
Pressure can create a … (17 comments)

stress: A Mistake – Learn From It - 12/03/14 08:53 PM
A Mistake – Learn From It
“Don’t argue for other people’s weakness. Don’t argue for your
own. When you make a mistake, admit it, correct it, and
learn from it immediately.”
Steven R. Covey 1932 - 2012, American Educator,
Author, Businessman and Keynote Speaker
As I see it . . . . . . .
A mistake – Learn from it
No one likes making a mistake . . . . They happen . . . . and they are part of your personal growth . . . . and life.
You can try … (18 comments)

stress: Finish What You Start - 11/13/14 08:03 PM
Finish What You Start
“Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from
having too much to do. It comes from not
finishing what they started.”
David Allen, Author and Productivity Consultant,
As I see it . . . . . . .
Finish what you start
One of the major sources of stress in a person’s life . . . . Is the stress resulting from leaving things left undone.
Leaving things undone compounds . . . . increasing the pressure on you . . . .  and creating stress. The … (16 comments)

stress: Faith is Your Strength - 11/11/14 02:28 PM
Faith is Your Strength
“The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, and the
beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.”
George E. Mueller, Associate Administrator of the
NASA Manned Space Flight
As I see it . . . . . . .
Faith is your strength
Faith will give you the confidence to create bold goals . . .  and to pursue them with determination to achieve them.
Your faith will be the self-assurance to try . . . . and to pick yourself up after a setback to push forward … (8 comments)

stress: A Life of Goals - 10/01/14 09:21 PM
A Life of Goals
“In the absence of clearly – defined goals, we become strangely
loyal to performing daily trivia until ultimately we
become enslaved by it.”
Robert Heinlein, America Novelist
As I see it . . . . . . .
A life of goals
A life of goals . . . . is a life of purpose and direction
Knowing what you want to accomplish in your life will give you direction . . . . With your written goals . . . . will give your life purpose.
A life without … (16 comments)

stress: The Anxiety of Worrying - 09/23/14 06:52 AM
The Anxiety of Worrying
“Worry often gives a small thing a great shadow.”
Swedish Proverb
As I see it . . . . . . .
The anxiety of worrying
No one has ever worrying themselves . . . . into finding a solution.
Worrying will not create . . . . the desired outcome.
Worrying will zap you energy and keep you awake at night . . . . without resolving the condition.
The longer you worry the bigger the shadow it will cast . . . . until it blocks . . … (10 comments)

stress: You Won’t Find Problems Improving With Age - 09/06/14 05:33 AM
You Won’t Find Problems Improving With Age
“One’s objectives should be to get it right, get it quick,
get it out, and get it over, you see, your
problem won’t improve with age.”
Warren Buffett, American Entrepreneur    
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Problems don’t improve with age
A problem unsolved becomes a burden . . . . that can crush you under the weight of its stress.
In facing a problem focus on the solution to the condition not the problem. Concentrate your efforts on finding the answers … (11 comments)

stress: Who Are You? - 06/29/14 05:56 AM
Who Are You?
“The Pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist
expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.”
John C. Maxwell, American Author, Pastor,
Leadership Expert
As I see it . . . . . . .
Who are you?
What you do in challenging times will make you who become.
Complaining about the state that you’re in will not change the condition. What it will do is have a negative effect on your thinking and bring stress and anxiety into your life compounding the nature of the condition.
An … (4 comments)

stress: If You Don’t Like the Conditions – Change Them - 05/19/14 07:52 PM
If You Don’t Like the Conditions – Change Them
“There are two primary choices in life, to accept conditions as
they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.”
Denis Waitley, Motivational Speaker and Self-Help Author
As I see it . . . . . . .
If you don’t like the conditions – Change them
You control your choices . . . . You can choose to accept the conditions in your life . . . . and go along with it. Or you can choose to change it.
When you decide to go … (12 comments)

stress: There’s a Great Difference Between a Worry and a Concern - 05/08/14 08:09 PM
There’s a Great Difference Between a Worry and a Concern
“There is a great difference between worry and concern. A
worried person sees a problem and a concerned person
solves the problem.”
Harold Stephens, American Author
As I see it . . . . . . .
There’s a great difference between a worry and a concern
Worry is focused on the problem . . . . and the past.
Your thinking is stuck in the past, worrying about something that has taken place and can’t be changed. Worrying creates a negative … (5 comments)

stress: A Choice Not Made is a Choice - 03/27/14 02:37 PM
A Choice Not Made is a Choice
“When you have to make a choice and don’t make it,
that is in itself a choice.”
William James 1842 - 1910, American Philosopher,
As I see it . . . . . . .
A choice not made is a choice
In not making a choice, you have made the choice to procrastinate . . . . to do what can be done now and to put it off to some undefined time in the future.
Not making a choice doesn’t make … (7 comments)

stress: Change Even for the Better May Not Be Easy - 03/19/14 02:17 PM
Change Even for the Better May Not Be Easy
“Any change, even a change for the better, is always
accomplished by withdraw and discomforts.”
Arnold Bennett 1867 - 1931, English Novelist
As I see it . . . . . . .
Change even for the better may not be easy
Change at any degree and bring out the anxiety and stress in a person.
People become apprehensive about change even when the change will have a positive effect on them.
Some of the change that comes into your life . … (3 comments)

stress: The Quality of What You Finish Successfully - 02/26/14 04:52 PM
The Quality of What You Finish Successfully
“We are judged by what we finish not what we start.”
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The quality of what you finish successfully
If you believe that what you’re doing is worth doing . . . . you will add value to the things you do as you add value to your life. When you’re doing what you enjoy it will become easier to see your efforts through to a successful conclusion.
Things that are left undone . . . . … (1 comments)

stress: Organize It Before You Do It - 02/11/14 04:31 AM
Organize It Before You Do It
“Organizing is what you do before you do something,
so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.”
A.  A. Milne 1882 – 1956, English Writer
As I see it . . . . . . .
Organize it before you do it
Successful people and businesses make it a point to organize their thoughts and what has to be done . . . . before they do it.
The process can happen very quickly . . . . by determining the desired outcome and … (9 comments)

stress: Spend Your Time Doing More and Worrying Less - 01/23/14 08:01 PM
Spend Your Time Doing More and Worrying Less
“If I spent as much time doing the doing the things I worry
about getting done as I do worrying about doing them I
wouldn’t have anything to worry about.”
Beryl Pfizer Writer, Producer
As I see it . . . . . . .
Spend your time doing more and worrying less
When you’re worrying about what you have to do . . . . you do less then you have to do. When you do less then you have to do . . . … (2 comments)

stress: Work Unfinished - 10/31/13 04:53 PM
Work Unfinished
“Can anything be sadder than work unfinished? Yes,
work never began.”  
Christina Rossetti 1830 -1894, English Poet
As I see it . . . . . . .
Work unfinished  
Work unfinished becomes the source for a great deal of the stress in your life. When work unfinished goes unchecked it will feel like your dragging an anchor with you with every step you take.
The work unfinished in your life . . . . will block out the proactive thinking in your life and create a mindset of reactive thinking and … (4 comments)

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