248: How to Become Unflappable

248: How to Become Unflappable

248: How to Become Unflappable

Did you know that stress is actually something we create in our own minds? It’s true! And Dr. Bridget Cooper shares specific Stress Busters that can help you become calmer in the face of any challenge. This is a must-listen episode if you’d like to ditch the drama in your life while maintaining your inner peace and personal power.

Bridget, or Dr. B as she’s called by her clients, is a cage rattler. Over the past 20+ years, she’s  helped teams and leaders think and communicate more clearly so they can navigate problems proactively and effectively. She works with clients to overcome the attitudes and behavior patterns that derail their success by offering down-to-earth insights and action plans.

Bridget does this through coaching, corporate consulting, and leading workshops that guide people to live more authentic, peaceful, and powerful lives. Her mission is to change the world, one life at a time. She has also done this in her new book, Unflappable: How Smart People Quit Overthinking, Ditch the Drama, & Thrive at Work, which is packed with practical suggestions you can start implementing right away.

You’ll discover:

  • Why Unflappable is the perfect title for her book
  • How we create stress and what we can do to reduce it
  • The benefits of creating a “bubble” in conflict situations
  • Why it’s important to create a Professional Avatar and why Bridget calls it “the holy grail”
  • The power of using the “Meet Them Where They Are” strateg

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133: Banish Burnout from Your Life

133: Banish Burnout from Your Life

133: Banish Burnout from Your Life

Are you feeling stressed or in danger of burning out? My guest Janice Litvin shares valuable tips that can help you regain calmness, inner peace and joy. Janice has invested years in developing and applying unique strategies to her own life and to the lives of her clients. We discuss her stress management methodology, which is not only practical, it really works! You’ll love Janice’s passion for her work and the success stories she shares.

Janice is on a mission to help leaders and teams banish burnout in their organizations. She does this through keynotes, workshops, and accountability groups. Janice wants to help as many people as possible take care of their physical and mental health, and that includes teaching them to manage stress to prevent burnout, to eat healthfully, and to fall in love with fitness. She’s the author of the Banish Burnout Toolkit, and we took a deep dive into her book during our conversation.

You’ll discover:

  • Where stress comes from…and how to recognize it
  • Why awareness is the first of the 6 tools Janice covers in her book
  • The role that music plays in preventing burnout
  • What leaders can do to help workers avoid burnout
  • How an accountability buddy contributes to well-being

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054: How to Be Resilient When Facing Stress and Adversity

054: How to Be Resilient When Facing Stress and Adversity

054: How to Be Resilient When Facing Stress and Adversity

by Kozhi Makai

Everyone has been impacted by COVID-19, and it’s been a source of great financial, emotional and physical stress for many. My guest Dr. Kozhi Makai shares important insights on how to successfully navigate these unprecedented circumstances. We discuss ideas from his latest book, Disrupted! Resiliently Reintegrating After Stress & Adversity that are relevant to the challenges facing the world – and each of us – today. Kozhi is a performance psychologist and Founder of Kozhi Makai Worldwide. His sole mission for the past 20 years has been to use behavioral science to help people thrive.

You’ll discover:

  • How to reframe the idea of stress so you can use it to transform your life
  • The difference between distress and eustress – and why eustress is better
  • The three types of narratives that influence the way you see and interact with the world
  • The benefits of approaching circumstances from a neutral position

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