Managing stress

Female hands balancing life and stress 3D words conceptual imageLike many of us, I am grieving the loss of Robin Williams. Really shocking and I’m sitting here at my computer wondering if anything could have helped. Depression can make life seem unbearable. I’ve read so many poignant posts on Facebook and on the web about Robin and also many have shared their own battles with depression. We can’t know the depth of despair that caused him to take his life. We can, though focus on our own mental health and look out for those around us.

In reading about him, I am awed at how much he gave to the world, even though he was fighting this illness for so much of his life. The comedy and the drama he shared with us through TV, film and live performances lifted him, in my mind, to one of the most talented people on earth.

Shakes me up from my nice, comfortable life and makes me ask myself, “Kathy what are you giving? What can you offer? Where can you step up to bring more light to the world?”

One of the things I have lately become passionate about is helping people understand and do something about their stress – both understanding what is causing stress and also offering some strategies to help alleviate stress.

I know that when I don’t manage my stress it is much easier to go down that slippery slope toward depression and the unbearable feeling that who I am and what I do doesn’t matter.

For that reason, I am offering a complimentary call this Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 7 p.m. Central. I will be sharing with you some of my top tips to keep the effects of stress at a minimum so you can live fully and be more present to the guidance of your heart and soul, ultimately, your Divine guidance.

Will you join me on Thursday? Register now and mark it on your calendar. Even if you feel you are managing your stress effectively, consider joining us so you can learn some tips to share with the people in your life who may not be adapting to stress easily.

I also want to encourage you, if your stress is overwhelming, to please get some help from a professional counselor or someone you trust. Company Employee Assistance Programs can direct you to caring, kind professionals.

Remember to Register Now for the call this Thursday, August 14 at 7 p.m. Central, 8 p.m. Eastern, 5 p.m. Pacific.

© Copyright 2014, Kathy Garland

Whether it is mentoring people to lead more effectively, improve their own performance or step into what is next, Kathy Garland is passionate about guiding leaders to achieve business goals and reach their highest potential. 

Today’s leaders are managing diverse teams and projects that require impeccable communication and decision-making skills. The ability to clearly define the vision, goals and purpose of any business initiative that will motivate a team or individual is the key to achieving big results. 

Kathy specializes in coaching and mentoring these high potential, thought leaders to accurately define and communicate the vision, goals and expected results to management, teams and clients.