Stress That Motivates: Self-Talk Secrets for Success

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Crisp Publications, 1992 - Business & Economics - 114 pages
Stress is an inevitable part of life. There are many books out there that seek to eliminate stress, but what about putting stress to work instead? Stress That Motivates introduces readers to this revolutionary way of thinking through "self-talk secrets" and insights that will not only help them recognize their stress triggers but will motivate them to consciously change the way they think and react to stress. The revised edition of this best-selling book provides added guidance for practicing the Stress That Motivates system through revised case studies and Dru Scott's Quick-Start Set of Reinforcements. The expanded first half also includes a new toolkit for self-motivation in stressful situations.

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Contents

WHAT THEY DIDNT TELL YOU ABOUT STRESS
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YOUR STRESSMOTIVATION PROFILE
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A GREAT PLACE TO START
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