Stress Reduction

Three Science-Backed Ways to Reduce Mental Stress Right Now

Posted by on Jul 18, 2017 in Media, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience | 0 comments

Episode 79: Interview with Sara Regester

 

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About Sara Regester

I work with the new generation of individuals who value success but want to ­find a sustainable way to thrive without wiping themselves out from their stress.  My expertise is in uncovering the underlying lifestyle patterns that open the door to health problems and distress related to stressful living.

I help my clients transform their lifestyle through sustainable mindset changes for new patterns, behaviors, and habits using unique mind-body-spirit techniques that are highly transformative.

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • Stress is linked to your meaning and purpose so rather than reducing your stress why not learn how to be good at it.
  • Be a Stress Responder and not a Stress Reactor so you can harness the energy of stress to meet challenge and adversity and grow from your stress so you can be successful without wiping yourself out
  • When we say yes to others we are often saying no to yourself. Then we prioritize based on what we should do rather than what we want to do. If we ever give our energy without fueling our energy tank our giving becomes resentful and we deplete ourselves opening the door to burnout and health issues.

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May Newsletter – How to Train to Surf the Wave of Chaos

Posted by on May 24, 2017 in Emotions, Newsletters, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience, Stress Tips | 0 comments

 

How to Train to Surf the Wave of Chaos

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Sara Regester, Stress Mastery Expert

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April Newsletter – Drama Related Stress

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Newsletters, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience, Stress Tips, Transformation | 0 comments

DRAMA RELATED STRESS

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Sara Regester, Stress Mastery Expert

 

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January Newsletter – How to Create a “Sticky” Plan for Sustainable Change

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Newsletters, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience, Transformation, Uncategorized | 0 comments

 

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“How to Create a “Sticky” Plan for Sustainable Change

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How to Create a “Sticky” Plan for Sustainable Change

Posted by on Jan 19, 2017 in Emotions, Health and Wellness, SMART Goals, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience, Transformation | 0 comments

 

You have goals for 2017 and now you find that your motivation to change is waxing and waning. Life is busy and you are distracted from your goals for this year.

Here is the good news, the most successful change happens when you take small, incremental steps and get those locked in before you add to your plan.

The reason that you have failed to sustain your goals for 2017 is not a reflection that you failed but more that your plan has not been “sticky” enough to stack your deck for success.

Eight Tips to create a Sticky Plan:

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Holiday Recipe for Sustainable Change

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016 in SMART Goals, Stress Reduction, Stress Resilience, Stress Tips | 0 comments

 

I recently had a very inspiring vision to describe how to create sustainable change. It’s all in how you create a simple plan, with small realistic steps so that you can stack your deck for success. This is the “recipe” that I use to support the amazing transformation for my clients. If you don’t break the steps down into simple, easy to follow steps, you can go into overwhelm or procrastination and never really get started or take action on your plan.

 

If you think about how we bake a cake or cookies, we can apply the same recipe to our Action Plan for change. While baking, we typically only add one or two ingredients at a time. We don’t add more until they are thoroughly mixed in. Once the ingredients are mixed in or “integrated” we can then add more and stir the next ingredient into the batter. When you bake cookies, you may pour in small portions of flour, mixing in each little bit before you add more. Once all the ingredients have been mixed in you can pour the batter into a pan and bake it into a delicious treat that is a greater whole than the sum of the parts that were the individual ingredients.

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