According to the American Psychological Association, job pressure is the #1 cause of stress. The annual costs to employers in stress related health care and missed work is approximately 300 billion dollars in the US alone.
When people are under too much stress, they feel frustrated and panicked…that there simply isn’t enough time to get the job done.
They can’t remember things they already know, can’t process new information, can’t make good decisions, and are prone to making costly and even dangerous mistakes.
As the stress mounts, they become sensitive to criticism, get depressed and paranoid about job security, feel jealous of ‘in control’ co-workers, suffer from hot tempers and low self-esteem…and even resent the company!*
Under Stress, People…
Don’t know how to get emotional control
Don’t know how to communicate
Don’t know how to motivate themselves
This website gives you the chance to:
Eliminate ‘time poverty’ by refusing to overwhelm yourself with too many challenges – and instead focus only on high value priorities that give you results.
Let go of anxiety, stress, and negativity so you are mentally, physically, and emotionally fresh and ready to perform.
Double your productivity by no longer “switching off” at crucial moments and raise your game instead using powerful concentration.
Eliminate procrastination so you can take action consistently and perform with your genius on autopilot.
Stop dwelling on past errors and failures and re-gain your confidence and motivation.
Start your day ‘fresh and flying’ right from the start so you can crush even the most intimidating tasks with ease.
Expertly manage conflict and interruptions (which make you lose focus) so you can remain in a cocoon of high performance throughout your day.
My name is Lisa Lane Brown and you’re about to learn secrets most people will never know about stress management.
I got interested in stress management, personal productivity and mental toughness years ago as an elite athlete.
Back then I really struggled to deal with the stress of competing and suffered from extreme confidence swings.
One week I felt invincible; the next, my confidence came crashing down. I never knew why, and it really hurt me all the time.
I wanted to know what high achievers knew that I didn’t.
So, I read hundreds of self help books, listened to thousands of audio tapes, and attended oodles of self-improvement seminars.
There was some remarkable material out there, but none of it provided a genuine antidote for stress – one that allows us to get back in control and actually restore our motivation, confidence, and productivity.
In fact, many of these techniques (like positive thinking, cognitive therapy, and relaxation techniques) were superficial, exhausting, and only helped ease stress temporarily.
That’s when I realized that most stress management courses have missing pieces.
I went on a mission to find answers, and experimented with some unusual ideas that went against traditional thinking.
Eventually, I overcame my personal demons and scored the winning goals in three world championships. At this point I knew I was on to some important ideas.
For the next 16 years I worked with over 7,200 people in 1,300 seminars across North America.
During these years, I made a simple observation.
In company after company, regardless of the industry, I saw people reacting the same way to stress.
Every time, the person assumed his stressors were unique and personal to him.
This would lead him to avoid challenges and responsibility…often the person would go on temporary stress leave, or try to get a new role, or switch bosses…but the stress and low productivity would return.
That’s when I realized that the issue is not stress.
It was the mindset he was bringing to these stressors.
I was astonished to discover that whenever we are stressed out, de-motivated, and unproductive, we are making four ‘mental mistakes’ in trying to manage stress:
We protest having to deal with the stressor in the first place. “I should NOT have to deal with this!”
We avoid facing our fear about the stressor – which only intensifies it and makes us procrastinate. “I don’t care what he thinks. I’ll just email him from now on.”
We pretend that winning is not that important. “I didn’t get the sale, but he would have been a difficult customer anyway.”
We refuse to admit we lack the skills needed to succeed. We go it alone, rather than getting help. “I’ve got this.”
I discovered that the path to being happy, productive, motivated, and stress free lay not in avoiding stress, but rather in defeating these four mental mistakes.
Here’s how you can explore Courage to Win® approach for free, right now. In my complimentary stress management newsletter, you will discover:
#1 trick for conquering stress at work
How to double your productivity in 30 day or less
An easy, effective way to eliminate time vampires from your life
What supervisors do to cause people’s disengagement at work to skyrocket by 45% (from the Gallup organization)
Secrets to naturally letting go of stress, negativity and unhappiness at work
How to communicate flawlessly to get results and trust, even with difficult or moody people
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Light it up out there,
Lisa Brown is the founder of the Courage to Win and is considered the world's leading expert on deep mental toughness for success in career, love, and sport.
She has personally coached over 7,200 achievers to new heights and conducted over 1,300 live seminars on mental toughness across North America.
She has been featured by major media including the New York Times and Entrepreneur Magazine, who called the Courage to Win “a straight-forward guide to success, highly recommended.”