Category Archives for "Stress Management"

Recognizing Burnout Before It Is Too Late

By Dr. Jack Singer

Do you feel constantly tired and irritated by work? Burnout’s symptoms are as varied as those who suffer it. Some people get angry, some become quiet and introverted, while others overeat or abuse drugs and alcohol. If your job is stressful, it’s important to find out if you’re headed for job burnout. Some common pressures […]

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Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

By Dr. Jack Singer

3 videos by Amy Cuddy that you should watch. There has been a lot of research into how others perceive our body language, and the importance of sending the right message. However, Amy Cuddy delves into how we are influenced by our own body language — and how a few strategic power poses can make a world […]

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Getting Calm to Get Inspired

By Dr. Jack Singer

Everyone has days when “inspired” is the last word they would use to describe their mood. Not even close, in fact! The good news is that while inspiration cannot be forced, there are some simple tips to follow that can result in you getting calm enough to call inspiration your friend again. Where to Start […]

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5 Tips For Balancing Work and Home Life

By Dr. Jack Singer

In a world that seems to be ever more frantic it is more important by the day to find a sustainable balance in your work and home life. Without balance we become over stressed, which is not healthy. So it’s important to find balance between work and home life. Let’s look at 5 tips for balancing […]

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The “Psychology” of Money

By Dr. Jack Singer

The “Psychology” of Money – How to Stop Flushing Your Money Down the Toilet. Aside from not earning enough money, one of the biggest problems, psychologically, is overspending. Here is how people’s core beliefs can make them vulnerable to overspending…

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Stress Mastery Rx #4

By Dr. Jack Singer

Change is not necessarily a bad thing. Embrace it, and find ways to see the positive outcomes of change for you. I suggest you sit quietly with a notepad and pen and list what coping and buffer skills you need to work with.

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Managing Interpersonal Conflict in the Busy Workplace

By Dr. Jack Singer

Managing interpersonal conflict in organizations is among the most critical and important skills that employees on all levels of the organization can possess. Job insecurity, fueled by fears of downsizing, mergers, the unstable economy and an unknown organizational future, produces fertile ground for the development of conflict. Moreover, advances in technology , which are often viewed as threatening, magnify the potential for anger and frustration in the workplace.

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