Dealing with Stress? We can Help!

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“Stress is a state of mind… When you change the way you look things; the things you look at change.” —Wayne Dyer

Are you Stressed out and feel overwhelmed?

If so, you’re not alone. Many people tell me that they are stressed out and feel overwhelmed at home and at work. In fact, many of my blog readers and coaching clients seek my help because they felt stuck, stressed out and unfulfilled.

I want you know that you don’t have to go through life alone. There are proven tools and strategies available to help you create a life and work you love. And I’m here to help you!

What is stress? It’s a state of mind, an emotional strain or mental tension caused by problems in your life, work and other events.

Stress is a normal experience of life. A small doze of it is healthy. It can motivate you to take immediate action needed to achieve a goal.

Too much stress however can kill us. That is why, it’s important to manage your stress level on a daily basis.

If you are like me, you know that it’s not easy to manage work-life balance and all the other stressors of life.

We all have our share of stressful seasons lie the lady in the image above. However, you don’t have to constantly struggling through life alone. You can ask for help.

To help you overcome stress and pursue your dreams, I have developed a proven way to guide you. My book MINDSET reveals powerful steps you can take to transform your life and your business! CLICK HERE to get a copy of your MINDSET book now!

In addition, I’m offering you a COMPLIMENTARY coaching session to guide you in the path to personal and professional freedom! All you have to do is to schedule a free coaching session! Click HERE to get started!

My best way to eliminate stress is to make a list of events or decisions triggered my stress level to rise. I called this process therapeutic journaling. It’s a FREE form of talk-therapy; and it’s effective. My clients love it!

You can try it to see if it works for you. Once you’ve identified the root cause of your stress, you can than create a plan to eliminate it and pursue your goals.

3 Reasons to Keep a Journal (Especially in Stressful Times)

1. It helps to organize your thoughts. Quite often after you have noted all the things causing you stress, you actually “see” that there really aren’t as many as you thought.

2. It helps to put things in perspective. Your mind has many ways to interpret your life’s “data.” Sometimes when you see your problems after writing them down they don’t seem as unmanageable as you mind had “conjured up.”

3. It fosters creativity. Have you ever written something down that actually sparks a new idea? Start a journal and you probably will! And it doesn’t always happen right away. Sometimes you will come across something you had written days earlier, and suddenly have a new perspective on that idea or something completely different.

Stress does not have to keep you from enjoying your life. You can eliminate it and take control of your life!

If you’re ready to eliminate stress and pursue the life of your dreams, contact me today!

I look forward to helping you achieve EXTRAORDINARY results!

Yours truly!

James Justin, MSW
Call/Text: (407) 906-4008

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