Stress Management With Time Management Prevent Burnout

Feeling stress? Need anxiety management? Decrease stress and burnout with task prioritization & time management
Stress Management With Time Management Prevent Burnout
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Alex Genadinik


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Stress Management With Time Management Prevent Burnout

What you’ll learn

Difference between healthy stress and unhealthy stress
Learn to use HEALTHY STRESS to gain focus and energy to work better and solve challenges better by using your natural Biology!
Decrease stress using effective stress management techniques
Improve wellbeing by alleviating long-term, chronid, and damaging stress and anxiety
Stress management, mindfulness, and time management apps
Learn modern time management ideas that help you lower stressed by being organized
Learn the negative health impacts of long-term, chronic stress
Learn the biology of stress, anxiety, and what happens during proper stress management
Useful for both, PERSONAL stress management AND PROFESSIONAL stress management
Multiple approaches to mastering your stress management, so if one doesn’t work for you, others will!

Stress Management With Time Management Prevent Burnout


Be open to the ideas to help you with stress management and anxiety


Relieve your stress now, and learn to actually manage your stress so it becomes a tool to improve your life!We’ll explore research about the difference between bad stress and good stress. Good stress can be useful to boost focus and help you rise up to and meet challenges! Our bodies are great at dealing with stress. We’ve been doing that for millions of years!Make stress your friend for the long-term. Improve your life and manage your life and business better, without being controlled by stress and anxiety.DECREASE THE BAD, CHRONIC STRESSChronic stress that weighs on you can negatively impact your business, career, and personal-life decisions. We must control it. The best way to manage stress is with proper time management and task prioritization.Once you identify the right tasks to put on your calendar that will be the most impactful for your business, you will have immediate stress relief and not have stress long-term.STRESS ISN’T ALL BAD – LEARN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT!We tend to think of stress as bad. But we need some stress to feel alive. Without any stress, life would be boring and uninteresting. Stress also plays a role in fun challenges that you overcome and grow in the process. When you have the right amount of stress in your life, it adds to the quality of your life.YOUR BODY’S STRESS RESPONSEA common stress response is to:Increase focus on the task at handRelease adrenaline for energySo stress can make you actually better at meeting challenges! Your stress response is an evolutionary tool to help you overcome challenges. And now that you know that, you can use your body’s natural stress response to improve performance in physical and cognitive tasks.STRESS MANAGEMENT USING TIME MANAGEMENTA recent addition to this course is techniques, apps, and tools that will help you manage your time. By managing your time, you will also manage your stress. If you stick to a well-made and well-thought-out schedule, you will naturally decrease stress levels. There won’t be many panic moments or major emergencies that cause spikes in anxiety.TIME MANAGEMENT AND SCHEDULING WILL HELP YOU ANTICIPATE STRESSFUL MOMENTSEntrepreneurs often experience stress when they have too much to do and are not able to handle it all at once. If you practice good time management, by setting time aside for every task on your to-do list, the time you spend on that task won’t be as stressful or overwhelming because you will anticipate it. RESPONSIVE AND CARING INSTRUCTOR: WORLD-CLASS STUDENT SUPPORTIf you have questions, know that I am here to help! I answer 99% of student questions within 24 hours. Many students tell me that other instructors don’t respond. Well, I do because 1) I care about my students.2) I feel a responsibility to make sure that students get their money’s worth from the course.MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE The course comes with an unconditional, Udemy-backed, 30-day money-back guarantee. This is not just a guarantee. It’s my personal promise to you that I will go out of my way to help you succeed just like I’ve done for thousands of my other students.  Invest in yourself! Enroll now and learn stress management strategies to help you decrease stress and anxiety, and live a better and more productive life.


Section 1: Anxiety and stress management course introduction

Lecture 1 Stress relief and anxiety relief course welcome and instructor introduction

Lecture 2 Cortisol & good stress vs. bad stress

Lecture 3 Impact of stress on decision making

Lecture 4 Leading causes of stress

Lecture 5 Breathing exercises for immediate stress relief

Lecture 6 Immediate stress management: Stress relievers in the moment

Lecture 7 Four A’s of stress management and stress journal

Lecture 8 Stress is a choice – you have control

Lecture 9 Getting into action can lower stress while dwelling on it makes it worse

Lecture 10 Pleasant imagery around your work area for stress relief and mood managmement

Lecture 11 Introduce yourself! What brought you to this stress management course?

Section 2: Time management and scheduling tasks for stress management & anxiety management

Lecture 12 Introduction to time management to decrease stress from being overwhelmed

Lecture 13 Covey’s time management matrix from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Lecture 14 Furthering our thinking in task prioritization with automation, delegation, etc

Lecture 15 Psychology of happiness to help us prioritize tasks

Lecture 16 Example: How I turn important tasks to Eisenhower matrix to a schedule I follow

Lecture 17 Exponential productivity results from some tasks

Lecture 18 Freeing up time by outsourcing and automating every-day tasks

Lecture 19 Scheduling exercise

Lecture 20 Scheduling exercise – answer

Section 3: Biology, hormones, and neurotransmitters that helps you decrease stress

Lecture 21 4 happiness hormones & how they affect our productivity, anxiety, and stress

Lecture 22 Happiness chemicals and hormones graphic

Lecture 23 Exercise and diet

Section 4: Stress management when overwhelmed by a big task

Lecture 24 Decrease overwhelm by breaking down big daunting tasks into small ones

Section 5: Things you can start doing today

Lecture 25 Coping technique: Reframe problems

Lecture 26 Additional quick stress relief and management tips

Lecture 27 Decrease expectations to decrease stress and anxiety

Lecture 28 Social media lowers confidence and creates stress

Section 6: Stress management exercises

Lecture 29 Stress management in the moment exercise

Lecture 30 Stress management in the moment exercise – answer

Lecture 31 Exercise – The 4 A’s of stress management

Lecture 32 Exercise answer one – The 4 A’s of stress management

Lecture 33 Exercise answer two – The 4 A’s of stress management

Section 7: Time management and productivity apps

Lecture 34 Section introduction on time management apps

Lecture 35 Apps to block Facebook or time wasting sites

Lecture 36 Two time tracking apps to track where you spend most of your time

Section 8: Better sleep for stress reduction and improved health and mood management

Lecture 37 Section introduction – why better sleep is so important for stress relief

Lecture 38 The Circadian Rhythm for regular sleep, improved health, and mood management

Lecture 39 Introduction to light exposure for sleep

Lecture 40 Light exposure at night

Lecture 41 Light exposure at night if you have to get up in the middle of the night

Lecture 42 Body temperature is lowest 2 hours before waking

Lecture 43 Slow wave sleep and REM sleep, and how to best manage your sleep to get both

Lecture 44 Research on sleep

Lecture 45 Naps

Lecture 46 Sleep anxiety

Lecture 47 Diet choices for sleep vs. diet choices to boost energy and Dopamine

Lecture 48 Drinking before bed

Lecture 49 Pillows

Lecture 50 Mattress types

Section 9: Stress reduction from building good habits to get away from destructive behavior

Lecture 51 Section introduction: why building good habits will help relieve some stress

Lecture 52 How to get more discipline to begin building habits

Lecture 53 Using our procedural memory and visualization techniques to build habits

Lecture 54 Hack: when we are in action, we get more energy and Dopamine released during

Lecture 55 Combining habits you like with new ones you want to form

Lecture 56 How to test if you’ve formed a habit, and determining habit strength

Lecture 57 Types of goal setting to help you form habits and find motivation

Lecture 58 Thinking about the benefit helps to release Dopamine and give motivation

Lecture 59 Sleep, Neuroplasticity, and habits

Lecture 60 Research on how long it takes to form a habit

Lecture 61 Last thoughts on habits for entrepreneurs

Section 10: Stress management for your personal life

Lecture 62 Personal life stress management – section introduction

Lecture 63 A strategy to decrease stress during dating

Lecture 64 Addressing issues that plague you long-term

Lecture 65 Getting rid of stress due to lack of non-romantic relationships

Lecture 66 Stress from parenting

Lecture 67 Stress reduction and anxiety reduction via exposure and feedback

Section 11: Office space organization and decluttering to lower stress

Lecture 68 Section introduction on decluttering for stress relief with scientific research

Lecture 69 Everything must have its own place: philosophy for workspace organization

Lecture 70 Different types of organizers and shelves to store things

Lecture 71 Desk organizers for decluttering

Lecture 72 Whiteboard to draw up big ideas and visualize projects

Lecture 73 Standing desks and bike desks

Lecture 74 Everything a reach away and few additional work area organization tips

Lecture 75 Should you eat at your desk?

Lecture 76 Case study of reversing the eating at desk behavior with more focus & motivation

Lecture 77 Eliminating interruptions when someone wants to chat

Section 12: Research on mindsets about stress, and how to have a helpful stress response

Lecture 78 Section introduction about mindsets on stress

Lecture 79 Definition of mindsets

Lecture 80 Dr. Carol Dweck’s research on growth mindsets vs. fixed mindsets

Lecture 81 Introduction to the Placebo Effect and its relationship to mindsets

Lecture 82 The Nocebo Effect and its relationship to mindsets

Lecture 83 Study of stressed finance employees, and the impact of different mindsets

Lecture 84 The discouragement Nocebo

Lecture 85 Milkshake study and the impact of mindsets on physiology

Lecture 86 More research on the Placebo and Nocebo impact on sleep and everyday life

Lecture 87 Example of a correct stress response by using growth and other mindsets

Lecture 88 How a mindset that stress can be enhancing can be correctly motivating

Lecture 89 How to set goals correctly to leverage the power of mindsets

Lecture 90 How to create self-perpetuating mindsets that improve your life more and more

Section 13: Conclusion – thank you for being an amazing student

Lecture 91 How to get the certificate for this stress management course

Lecture 92 Thank you for taking this stress management course, and parting words

Entrepreneurs struggling with money and having self-doubt, stress, and anxiety,Anyone undergoing stress and anxiety

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Udemy | English | 5h 34m | 3.84 GB
Created by: Alex Genadinik

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