60 Ways to Relieve Stress in 60 Seconds

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Workman Pub., 1993 - Self-Help - 128 pages
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First came the Bronze Age, then the Age of Reason, and now, the Age of Stress-an era of frayed nerves, jangled moods, and panic attacks.

Cheaper than two weeks in Maui, Saner than primal screaming, and more practical than a dry martini, 60 Ways to Relieve Stress in 60 Seconds delivers exactly what it promises-60 short, proven techniques to reduce stress in a minute or less. Developed by Manning Rubin and whimsically illustrated by Paul Frahm-both executives in advertising, the industry that virtually invented stress-here are mind games, quick physical challenges, and imaging and concentration exercises that instantly refocus a person's energy. There's even a stress tester on the cover for before-and-after verification. So the next time the patch shows red, try #18: Drink a glass of water by using exactly 30 sips. Or when your presentation is overdue and the numbers refuse to add up, try #45: Pretend you're a newscaster covering a story, any story. Describe it as a TV newsperson would. It really works. 128,000 copies in print.

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About the author (1993)

Manning Rubin, a former Creative Director at J. Walter Thompson and Senior Creative Supervisor at K2Digital, Inc. is now at work on several new books. He lives in Pawlet, VT.

Illustrator Paul Frahm grew up in Portland, Oregon. He attended Stanford University and graduated from the University of Oregon, then studied at The Art Center School in California. He got his start in advertising in San Francisco because he could draw storyboards. His 40-year career took him to New York, Paris and back to New York, working at several major ad agencies and winning many awards as an Art Director, TV Producer and Film Director.nbsp;

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