Clients frequently ask me how I remain so calm, despite having raised two children by myself and overcome my own set of fears. Sure, I still have stressors in my life, but I don't let them get to me. I believe everyone should have their own stress management coach. Learning techniques and working with professionals helped me deal with my own worries and pressures, and I feel it is my duty to do the same for you.
When you're feeling stressed, this actually filters through to all aspects of your life. Your IQ lowers by around 20 points, you struggle to make long-term decisions, you can't focus easily, and your memory has to go into overdrive. You might find you snap at people and have difficulty sleeping, which will impact your ability to improve relationships and excel in your career.
If you have ever experienced any of the following symptoms and don't know how to deal with them, chances are you need stress coaching:
I listen to what's causing your stress and teach you new techniques to deal with it in your daily life. Not sure what's stressing you out? That's fine too. We can discuss your lifestyle and see if anything needs to be changed to help you feel more comfortable in yourself.