Calm at Work: Breeze Through Your Day Feeling Calm, Relaxed and in Control
Are you feeling pressured by the daily grind? Are tension and worry getting you down? Whether you're a trainee or a CEO, a bored part-timer or a burned-out workaholic, Paul Wilson, author of the international bestseller The Little Book of Calm, offers simple, straightforward techniques for overcoming stress on the job and making your life a more tranquil place. You'll get through the workday feeling relaxed, positive, and fulfilled. So take a deep breath and discover: * How to use visualization and affirmation to overcome anxiety * How to control time, depressurize deadlines, and end procrastination * The best ways to handle superiors and co-workers * How to remain calm in a crisis--and who you can turn to for help * Calm-inducing programs for leaders, managers, and junior executives * The six steps to lasting calm Wilson also includes deep-breathing routines and simple exercises for instant relief from tension, stress, and anxiety. The next time work-place anxiety rises and you need relief, New Woman puts it best--"plenty of new-age gurus claim they have the answers to a stress-free life...but when the word comes from a 45-year-old businessman who hustles each day in the tension-packed business world, the advice somehow has more credibility."
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