When you’re in a stressed out state, it’s often extremely difficult to switch your thinking and find ways to de-stress. And I know how it feels…
You don’t know what to do
You don’t know where to even begin
And the more stressed you are, the harder it is to think clearly……
If you’re a business leader who travels a lot just like me, then you’ll know just how stressful it can sometimes feel. Something as simple as being away from your normal business location can wear you out and make you even more tired than normal.
I do an awful lot of travelling around the world to see many of my clients. But also to attend speaking events and for my own self development too. I’m a firm believer you have to invest in yourself if you want to teach others what you know.
Sometimes it can feel like stress has the upper hand on us. If you’re a business leader stress is something that you’re going to come up against at times. But there are some simple and easy ways to harness stress and keep it under control. Now, if you know me, I’m always talking about treating stress on a deeper level. There’s no such thing as a ‘quick fix’.
But today, I’d love to share with you 3 quick tips to use as a temporary fix when you’re in moments of stress. Just remember, these tips won’t cure stress 100% but they will give you a much needed sense of relief.
Let’s take a look at my three best tips…
If you think you’ve got a bad or unhealthy lifestyle, let me tell you that you’re not alone.
Not just right here in this moment, but winding the clocks back.
The other day I came across an 18th century article written by a medical doctor called Abraham Back. He was friends with the world famous Swedish Botanist; Carl Linnaeus, the guy who systematised the whole plant ecosystem. I’m sure you’ve read about him in school.
Before I start…yes….I know what you’re thinking.
‘Why is Dr Annika talking about new year’s resolutions in March?
Well, there’s a very good reason.
I want to start by asking you a question.
– Stressed Out?
– Don’t know where to start to reduce your stress?
These are all common challenges my clients face.
But you might have different questions that I haven’t covered on my blog just yet. So today’s blog is going to be a little different.
If you’re stressed out, maxed out or on the verge of burnout, then this is for you.
I want to share with you a system I’ve found that’s helped me and hundreds of my clients combat stress and generally making the whole process of living a relaxed life much easier.
You Want to Have A Good Life
A life where you can do whatever you want. A life that allows you to have all the free time to do the fun stuff. A life that’s struggle and frustration free.
Making a lifestyle change is challenging.
Especially when you want to transform more than one thing at once. They require time and sometimes support. But the most difficult part about making a lifestyle change (that sticks) is committing and following through.
In today’s article, I want to show you how it’s possible for business leaders to make lifestyle changes that will last. And once you understand the process, it becomes really easy. Let me explain…
Question: Are you an overworked business leader who doesn’t know where to start when it comes to de-stressing? In fact, you don’t even know if it’s possible.
I’m Doctor Annika and I work with stressed business leaders, just like you, to find the best way to get their life back. The nice and easy life full of fun and happiness each and every day.
In today’s post, I’ve gathered together five of the most common questions I get asked on a daily basis about how to reduce stress from my clients.
Let’s jump right in…
Question One: Is it really possible to get out the hamster wheel?
Life can sometimes feel like a constant rat race with the feeling of having no idea how you’re going to get out of it.
Today, I want to share a story of how you can escape the rat race. It’s a story of how I escaped it by finally seeing the bigger picture. But before I share my own story, let me tell you why I don’t talk about my clients all the time like you’d expect me to do…
I promise my clients that I’ll never share their stories.