Stress Management Series – Conclusion

Stress is a fact of life, particularly for work-at-home entrepreneurs who, because we’re sometimes blazing new and unfamiliar territory, tend to shoulder more burden than Atlas. 

We like to be in control, we like to be productive, and we like to do things on our own. While these are all admirable qualities, when taken to the extreme, they can end up costing us in terms of sleepless nights, stress-ridden days, and lost efficiency. 

I hope that after reading this report, you’ll see that while stress may be unavoidable, there are things we can do to help mitigate its detrimental effects. Stress is unavoidable in the work-at-home life – but it doesn’t have to overwhelm us. 

Use these tips and suggestions to make your home-based business the best it can possibly be. I look forward to having opportunities to continue to encourage you along your journey to a successful business – and life!

Stress Management Series

Sources of Stress

Set Your Priorities

Manage Time Effectively

Get Back in Control

Just Say No

Set Boundaries for Family

Ward Off the Time Vampires


Take Care of You

Create a Support System


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Jack N. Singer, Ph.D.
Certified and Licensed Sport and Clinical Psychologist
Diplomate, National Institute of Sports Professionals, Division of Psychologists
Diplomate, American Academy of Behavioral Medicine
Certified Hypnotherapist, American Academy of Clinical Hypnosis

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