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Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
Saving For Emergencies by Manisha Thakor
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1. Saving For Emergencies
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The one thing we can all expect in life, is the unexpected. In this video, Manisha will talk about the importance of building a $2,000 emergency cash fund for unforeseen expenses. Though it may not be the most fun thing to put your money towards, saving for the future is one of the best steps you can take to create financial well-being and build for a brighter future.
2. Peaceful Mind Visualization
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Visualization is an effective technique for managing both stress and anxiety. With practice, this technique can enable you to achieve a sense of relaxation in just a few minutes - perfect for when you’ve had a busy stressful day. In this session, Dr. Catherine will guide you through a visualization where you can imagine yourself in a peaceful and safe environment, somewhere that makes you feel calm, happy and relaxed. The more you practice this exercise, the more naturally you will be able to imagine yourself in your peaceful place, and the greater the relaxation effect will be.
3. Daily Gratitude Practice
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Did you know that taking note of what you are grateful for and going out of your way to thank the people in your life can improve your mental and physical health? In this session, Julie will guide you through a few simple steps you can take to be more grateful and optimistic each day.
4. Manage Your Stress Triggers
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Stress is a natural byproduct of living a busy life in a modern world but struggling with stress does not need to define your life. We all experience stress in different ways so identifying your own personal stress triggers is key to better stress management. In this session, Dr. Catherine will discuss how you can identify your stress triggers and the key components of a stress management plan including better time management, organization, exercise, sleep and proper nutrition. She will end the session with a simple breathing exercise which you can do at work or at home to feel instantly more present, calm and relaxed.
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