Just Say NO to Work-at-Home Stress
Working from home is sort of like Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities – it can be the best of times, and it can be the worst of times. At the best of times, being a work-at-home professional is empowering, liberating, profitable, and stressful. At the worst of times, working at home is anxiety-ridden, stifling, and stressful. Notice a common denominator?
It’s the stress. Stress can – quite literally – kill you. Stress during the best of times and stress during the worst of times is still stress. Knowing how to recognize and be proactive in dealing with stress is an important part of a successful career path for any work-at-home entrepreneur.
That’s why I created this series – to address some of the greatest sources of stress for work-at-home professionals, and to share with you what you can do to alleviate, and learn from, your stress.
Whether you’re anxious because you’re struggling to establish yourself in your industry, or you’re stressed because you’re so much in demand you’re being pulled in too many directions, I hope you’ll find in this stress management series ways to make your life less stressful. After all, it’s impossible to enjoy success – or your path to success – if you’re constantly strung out, wringing your hands, and suffering from stress-related exhaustion or illness.
Take a deep breath, relax, and read through these articles. Wherever you are in your business and professional life, I can help you figure out where you can make some adjustments to make your life better and to minimize stress.
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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