Many of us have had the experience of feeling very stressed out and worried about a situation on one day and then calmer and more positive a day or two later. Assuming that the situation itself remains worrisome, the only thing that has changed is your perspective. Many factors impact your stress perspective on a day-to-day basis, both factors within and outside of your control. Keeping stress in perspective impacts every area of your professional life, from self–discipline to relationships. In this presentation, you will examine ways that you lose your perspective on stress and worry in your lives and develop ways of getting your perspective back on track. You develop stress management strategies based on three pillars of perspective: physical, mental and social.
Participants will leave the presentation being able to:
- Assess their individual perspective on stress and worry
- Commit to principles for keeping stress in perspective
- Plan to keep stress in perspective on an ongoing basis
About your presenter
Paul Vidmar, Dale Carnegie Training
Paul Vidmar is a Dale Carnegie Solutions trainer and has been ranked the number one trainer in the world in 2005 and repeated that honor in 2009. He oversees training for SGB & Associates, managing 15 trainers as well as facilitating The Dale Carnegie workshops/courses. For the past 27 years, Paul has trained thousands of individuals teaching them skills to be more productive and successful in their career and lives. Paul expertly facilitates programs designed to help increase self-confidence, improve people skills, communication effectiveness, leadership and control worry and stress. An outstanding communicator with unflappable interpersonal skills, he is centered on empowering people to be world class leaders. Paul’s optimistic attitude shines in his ability to solve problems in ambiguous situations and brings about consensus to provide a win for everyone involved.