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Got Performance Anxiety?

Do you experience performance anxiety? Does your anxiety increase when you are on the spot such as when you are speaking, taking a test, or giving a presentation or a performance? Do you sweat, tremble, get a dry mouth, or feel nauseas? Does your heart race? Then you may have performance anxiety. Use the checklist(read more)

What Are You Practicing? Stress, Anxiety or Contentment?

As I have been studying and practicing mindfulness over the past 30 years I have learned to ask myself this one important question: What am I practicing?  Am I practicing feeling stressed-out, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, discouraged or perhaps something more pleasant? More often than I would like to admit, the answer is yes, I am(read more)

Is Your Child or Teen Addicted to “Screens”?

Since I was a child I have loved to play games such as board games and cards.  Earlier this year I downloaded a few computer games onto my iPad and iPhone and discovered I really enjoy playing them.  But I have noticed that sometimes I play much longer than I intended or I keep playing when I(read more)

What If You Change the Way You Look at Things?

How do you see the world?  Are you a glass half empty of glass half full person? Do you have a choice about how you look at things? In the left-hand photo of this field the plants look random and chaotic.  But in the second photo of the same plants they look orderly and organized. (read more)

Wayne Dyer Taught Me These Skills

As you may know, Wayne Dyer passed away a couple of weeks ago. I was first introduced to Wayne in my 20’s when I read his first book Your Erroneous Zones. I was fascinated and intrigued as I read many more of his books and watched his PBS specials and applied his teachings to my(read more)

Stop Watching the Worry Channel

Anxiety can feel overwhelming. It often makes us feel out of control and can lead to being anxious about being anxious.  And the more we worry, the more we program and hard-wire our brain to worry. We can change the channel from our worry channel to our calm/relaxed/happy channel.  This is because we can deliberately(read more)

5 Tips for a Stress Free Holiday Season

Once Thanksgiving has come and gone the growing to-do list, activities, and the accompanying stress can sometimes be overwhelming.  Whether the increasing demands are due to religious holidays or simply the end of the year tasks at work or in your business you may experience fatigue, irritability, depression, anxiety, and poor performance. Here are 5(read more)

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