Wednesday, October 28, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Answers to Questions When Dealing With Stress

"Always look for win-win situations in your personal
and professional life.
"  Your Weekly StressTip


Last week we presented a few questions to arrive at the
cause of stress reactions.

When dealing with stress, yours and anyone else's stress,
cause identification is needed for appropriate action.

Stress is needed to be creative and to live.

Distress and eustress must be avoided since in both cases
your adrenal glands secrete adrenaline; and according to
Dr. Hans Selye, too much adrenaline in your body is worse
than intoxication.

Here a few cause [stressor] examples of stress reactions
[stress indicators/body response]

Breathing ~ when in any activity, breathing is jammed,
reversed, or shallow.

Environment ~ being in sick buildings
http://tinyurl.com/yzj9coh; under fluorescent lights
at any time during the day causes stress reactions such as:
eyes burning, feeling disoriented, headache.

Attitude ~ blaming and negativity is caused by not
expressing what you are feeling and thinking.

Nutrition ~ feeling bloated, physical pain at any time
before, after and during a meal.

Read more answers to your questions here
http://tinyurl.com/yhfy2q6 here
http://tinyurl.com/de69ws and in Dr. Rae's
'Your Stress Matters' article here
http://tinyurl.com/ykzzrqm

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Meet the Best ~ 24

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Self-respect helps people feel valuable, no matter what their
circumstances.  The more you accept yourself the less others'
perceptions matter.
"
- Deborah Norville

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Questions to Ask When Dealing With Stress

"Are you building your online community for 2010?
Let go of your fears.
" Your Weekly StressTip


When dealing with stress to arrive at the causes
of stress you must look at four causes [stressors]
Breathing, Environment, Attitude and Nutrition
[B. E. A. N.] and ask the following questions.

What's your breathing like?

What's your environment like?

Are you living/playing/working in a sick building?

Are you under fluorescent lights at any time during
the day?

What's your attitude when asked to do something
for someone?

Do you express what you are feeling and thinking?

What's your nutrition like?

Do you feel bloated, and pain at any time before,
during and after a meal?

Read More >>>

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Answers to Questions When Dealing With Stress

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Taking Your Pulse is a new addition to eBusiness 2001-2009.

This is your opportunity to share your views.

Each week a "position statement" is going to be offered for your response.

Here is this week's "position statement" for your consideration and response...

"Respect is treating people and yourself like they and you really matter.
To gain respect give respect.
"
- Dr. Rae

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on "how-to" eSolutions...
Motivational News You Can Use ~ XXIII

"Enjoy your achievements.  Your stress reactions may come from
silencing yourself.
"   Your Weekly StressTip


Here is another preview of the Motivational News You Can Use
eBook Volume Two (ask for your pre-order price discount.)

*  A better tomorrow begins with your choices today.

*  Appreciate what is in your heart.

*  Enjoy your achievements.

*  Make a decision.

*  Optimize the potential of any situation by staying in the moment.

*  Start with what matters to you.

Press this link to get motivated

Read More >>>

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Questions to Ask When Dealing With Stress

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

NOW on Your Wireless Media Device
From The Baum Group Collection
on eSolutions...
Meet the Best ~ 23

"When you focus on your breath you remove False Expectations
Appearing Real."
  Your Weekly StressTip


What would your life be like if you had a personal mentor to guide you
on a daily, weekly and monthly basis -- on information products of
your choosing?

Certainly your life is worth investing in yourself.

Here is a mentor who has recently touched our lives and we are pleased
to share her with you in this entry of Meet the Best.

Introducing with appreciation and gratitude this month's "meet the best"
mentor Pema Chödrön.

Pema Chödrön came into our lives when we wanted to learn more about
fearlessness in every aspect of our life.

The Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times, is
a "how-to" guide to "...awaken our basic goodness and connect with
others, to accept ourselves and others complete with faults...and to stay
in the present moment by seeing through the strategies of ego that cause
us to resist life as it is."

Here are few excerpts for your consideration...

"Experiencing our emotional distress.  ...This is a felt experience,
not a verbal commentary on what is happening.  We can feel the
energy in our bodies.  If we can stay with it, neither acting it out
nor repressing it, it wakes up up.  ...Acting out and repressing are
tactics we use to get away from our emotional pain."  [pp. 28-29]

"Compassion is...a relationship between equals.  Only when we
know our own darkness well can we be present in the darkness
of others.  Compassion becomes real when we recognize our
shared humanity."  [p. 50]

"The essence of generosity is letting go.  Pain is always a sign
that we are holding on to something---usually ourselves.  When
we feel unhappy,...inadequate, we get stingy; we hold on tight.
Generosity is an activity that loosens us up."  [p. 94]

Read more >>>

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Motivational News You Can Use ~ XXIII

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