Reduce Stress & Anxiety

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Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
Execute Through Action by Alister Gray
1. Execute Through Action
Execute Through Action
Taking action is key in moving forward towards reaching our goals. Once we know our objective and have a plan in place, its time to start executing through consistent actions. The key is to ensure we set ourselves up for success by removing distractions and are aware of any tendencies we may have towards procrastination. In this session Alister will lead you through a short writing task to inspire you to stay motivated with the implementation of your plans.
2. Confident Communication
Confident Communication
Not feeling properly heard and understood by other is a common trigger for stress, and can leave us resentful and unhappy. This session will focus on improving communication skills through developing assertiveness. Dr. Catherine will introduce you a script that you can try out using to help you to communicate more assertively and express your feelings effectively.
3. Positive Self Talk
Positive Self Talk
Stress can often make you focus on your perceived weaknesses and flaws. When you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, it’s common to end up criticising and blaming yourself. A way of building up our resilience to stress is to learn to recognise your negative thought patterns and actively work to refocus your mind. In this exercise, we will use the technique of positive self-talk. I will help you to identify some of your key personal qualities and strengths. All you need for this exercise is a pen and paper.
4. Silence The Inner Critic
Silence The Inner Critic
Our ‘inner critic’ is the voice in our head that tells us we are always doing something wrong. This constant self-judgement is a huge source of stress for many people. In this exercise you will learn how to challenge this ‘inner critic’ through harnessing your capacity for compassion, and start the move to a calmer state of self-love and acceptance. This exercise requires some self-reflection on past and present experiences, so try to do it when you have the space to take 10 minutes to think without feeling rushed.
5. Positive Affirmations for Confidence
Positive Affirmations for Confidence
Positivity goes a long way in helping you to build a happier life. An affirmation is a statement we say to ourselves in order to re-wire our thoughts. Much like exercise, the repetition of positive affirmations can raise our level of feel-good hormones and completely change our mood. In this session Julie will share with you, four of her favourite positive affirmations for greater confidence, self-love and gratitude.
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