Changing Your Stress Mindset: How a Small Shift in Perspective Can Make a Big Change in Your Stress Levels
Original Air Date: April 19, 2016
Presenter: James E. Porter
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Sometimes all you need to make a big change is a small shift in perspective. In this ground-breaking webinar, attendees are taught how to apply mindset interventions and make mindset shifts to alleviate stress, think more clearly, focus better, and work more efficiently. Step by step, this seminar outlines six important ways we can learn to see our stress differently than we ever have before:
- Raising Awareness
- Problem Solving
- Changing Your Thinking
- Social Support
Once we learn to really examine our stress, to face it and embrace it and make some of the mindset shifts outlined above, we hold the power to break through to an entirely new paradigm. It is a place where stress is potentially a force for good and no longer ONLY a force for poor health, poor performance, and low mood.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
- apply mindset interventions and make mindset shifts.
- revise how to teach traditional stress management techniques using cognitive shifts.
- clarify why stress can be good for you, rather than focus on just the negative effects.
About James E. Porter
James E. Porter, President of StressStop.com and author of dozens of workbooks, CDs, and videos on managing stress, has been producing stress management training materials for over 25 years. His programs and products are used in thousands of hospitals and corporations, on military bases, and in government agencies including The Mayo Clinic, Blue Cross Blue Shield, NASA, Camp Pendleton, and The U.S. Navy. Mr. Porter also lectures on stress management in major corporations and for government agencies including: Blue Cross and Blue Shield, GlaxoSmithKline, Time Inc., Homeland Security and the U.S. Army. He is passionate about sharing what he has learned about managing stress over the past 25 years. He has been interviewed on The CBS Morning News, and his work has been reported on in major news outlets including Good Morning America, Ladies Home Journal, The Associated Press, and The NY Daily News. His book is entitled Stop Stress this Minute and is winner of the Silver Award from the National Health Information Awards.