Do you want to know a stress management book that I recommend to my coaching clients?
I just started reading Jane Gunn’s book, “How to Beat Bedlam in the Boardroom and Boredom in the Bedroom.”
It’s the best stress management book that I’ve read in a long time on reducing stress at both work and home.
The title got me hooked. Then I started reading it and realized I must carve time to read Jane Gunn’s book. In the next few weeks, you will see more content and quotes from this stress management book.
The content is perfect for sharing in Kick Conflict to the Curb: Stomp Out Your Stress.
We have read quotes about how we get stronger at the breaks. Today’s quote speaks to anyone who knows that we must move beyond conflict at our own pace.
As a Communication Coach, I share EASY strategies that fit their specific stress or conflict.
It takes time to implement these strategies and to feel comfortable using them. We need to practice experimenting until we find the ones that produce great results.
How does Jane Gunn’s quote speak to you?
What coaching strategies do you need to learn to reduce your inner stress?
Share your favorite stress management book. Let’s start a great discussion!
Until Next Time, Be Well and Happy!
Joyce Weiss, M.A., CSP, CVP
Conflict Resolution and Communication Coach
Queen of Conflict Resolution
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Thanks for reading, and remember: You get what YOU tolerate!