Stress! A Completely Different Concept

Stress! A Completely Different Concept

Monday, 07 September 2015

The first  career of life issue about stress is that it damages and then destroys high performance.

Therefore; the main issue is to understand your stress works.
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The second issues is to learn subconscious-mind automatic anti-stress strategies.

The third stage is to learn how to create high performance thinking strategies for anything you want to do well. Especially anything new or of a complex nature.

In High Performance After Burnout, you will read all about “the want to but cannot syndrome.”

This is due to a survival intelligence centre of the brain that is activated at some time during the process of burnout.  This subconscious survival intelligence prevents you from doing again what you did to get yourself into burnout. Thus; “the want to but cannot syndrome.”

People say, “if my survival intelligence stops me doing the bad stuff again that is great then I can carry on with my job.”

The answer is; yes so long as your job or anything related to it is not connected to stressors, high stress or burnout.

Therefore; the solution is to manage stress and stressors and certainly stay well away from burnout. You will read all about this powerful N-f P method to do exactly that.

Learning about high performance thinking strategies is the key to consistent and sustained high performance with low stress and no burnout.

Robert P. Denton’s new book ‘High Performance after Burnout’ ISBN 9781512294705 is available at www.amazon.com or order from your local book store.2.AAB. High Performance after Burnout Book cover

 

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This book  explains how your thinking processes work, why stresses and stressors dominate your life and most importantly; how you can change your thinking processes to take back control of happiness and abundance and put stress and stressors where they belong.

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