how to reduce stress

Overworked

Coping like mad but getting nowhere?

You say to yourself as you head toward the practice, “It’s going to be a great day today.” You are trying to pump yourself up to survive another day. You walk into reception and the first thing you are hit with is that one of the staff is ill and not there. A patient or

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Frustration

What frustrates you the most?

Let’s start off by defining frustration: “the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something.” This could be caused by an event or circumstance that causes one to have a feeling of frustration; or it could be the prevention of the progress, success, or fulfillment of something. It

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In control

Is Stress Controlling Your Life?

Various aspects of your life, including your home life, your practice, your hobbies, and other interests can start flying out of your control and your stress level will start to escalate. And your enjoyment of life will head south. There are many ways of preventing this vicious downward spiral from even starting and keeping you

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Super Staff

The Pop Can in Reception

There it has sat, for over half a day. The lonely, empty, unloved, discarded pop can left behind on a chair in reception by one of the many visitors to your practice today. While it is not a sin that no one on the staff team disposed of it, the fact is that it should

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Statistics Are Slippery Things!

When managing a business or a practice, keeping an accurate tabulation of your production is extremely useful.  If you don’t know the results of various actions or all your hard work, you can’t assess whether you are being successful or not. If a healthcare practitioner tells me they billed a certain number last week, I

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Overcoming Barriers

Overcoming The Biggest Barrier To Your Success

How many times have you heard or been told that all success takes is lots of action and being persistent? Well, most people feel kind of stuck in a rut and don’t know how to get out.  They don’t know where to start.  They don’t know if they can do it.  They don’t know what

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Control = Less Stress

Control = Less Stress

Various aspects of your life, including your home life, your practice, your hobbies, and other interests can start flying out of your control and your stress level will start to escalate. There are many ways of preventing this vicious downward spiral from even starting and keep you on top of your game. Here are a

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Stress

Overwhelmed and Stressed Out?

Ever feel overwhelmed by the number of things you need to accomplish RIGHT NOW OR ELSE? Whether it’s in the next hour, or the next day, or by the end of the week, it can sure create stress and sometimes you may even feel pulled in all directions at once and you’re not sure where

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Schedule

Schedule Away Some Of Your Stress

What do you mean, my flight left 2 hours ago? Oops! Did I really say I would have that ready by 4 p.m.? … Sorry! Oh dear, I didn’t realize you wanted me to call you back YESTERDAY. Stress creeps into your life in many small ways and one of the biggest sources is TIME

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The Real Reason For Stress And Burnout

Someone once commented that the only stress free state is when you are dead. It is my belief however that most of us would prefer to be stress free in this lifetime! The current idea of “learning how to live with it”, while intellectually clever, is not one that we can readily accept or should

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How to Reduce Your Stress Levels – and Avoid Burnout

An “authority” on stress, commented that the only stress free state is when you are dead. Unfortunately, most of us would like to be stress free in the here and now! Living with Stress? The idea of “learning how to live with it”, while intellectually clever, is not one that we can readily accept or

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The Real Reason for Stress and Burnout

Someone once commented that the only stress free state is when you are dead. It is my belief however that most of us would prefer to be stress free in this lifetime! The current idea of “learning how to live with it”, while intellectually clever, is not one that we can readily accept or should

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