Stress Management Plan: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Suppressing Your Feelings That Could Save Your Life.
Posted Aug 27 2010 7:40am
Most successful entrepreneurs and solopreneurs would like to have a stress management plan for dealing with their feelings.
Experiencing your emotions can get in the way of success in your business because you may have a fear of losing control.
Naturally it is easier to suppress your feeling rather than deal with them.
Nothing can be further from the truth. There are many little known ways that not only save you a ton of money but make your dream become a reality. And I am about to reveal and debunk the myth that stopped you from having a stress management plan.
You are about to discover 10 things you didn’t know about suppressing your feelings that could save your life.
Here’s the myth: Stress creates an imbalance.
Cecil: In life, whatever you focus on is what you’re going to get. If I use myself as an example, I focused on work and making money.
When there is a very, very strong attachment to something, we call it focus. We call it tunnel-vision. We call it what we need to call it, which is wonderful. It does serve a purpose.
What you will discover along the way is that’s not all there is to it.
I was in a seminar one day where there were a number of millionaires doing presentations. I actually did a little survey. I like to sneak up and do surveys.
I did surveys of some very, very successful people. I found all of them did very well successfully, but some of them were so tunnel vision on success that they suppressed their feelings.
#1: What I did was offered them some relaxation techniques that would force them to get in touch with their feelings. They couldn’t do it.
#2: When we’re so tunnel vision, we forget about our feelings. We forget about how we feel, especially men. We don’t want to express our feelings.
#3: As a consequence of not expressing our feelings, we get attached to something. That attachment creates imbalance. That imbalance means that the body becomes out of balance.
#4: When the body becomes out of balance, there are health issues, heart attacks and strokes.
#5: We don’t understand that we need to have a balance in life.
#6: All these things are going to happen because we get so attached to something.
#7: Yes, the attachment brings us success, but over a period of time you’ll find that you’d better change your methods. You’d better bring all the other things into place. You can bring your family in. You need to have better communication with your partner.
#8: You need to have more fun. We’re not having enough fun because we get too serious about accumulating material assets.
That’s where the imbalance comes in. If you can incorporate fun in whatever you’re doing, then that’s balance.
#9: Stress creates an imbalance. That’s a whole myth. The myth is that we need to have fun and enjoy life.
#10: Whether we’re making a lot of money or a little bit of money is irrelevant. As long as we’re having fun, we’re doing well and we have a balanced life.
No matter how long you have been in business, chances are you are not aware of the need for a stress management plan for suppressing your feelings. The good news: So pick the tip or tips you need from the ones I outlined above to solve your problem and insure your healthy and happy life style.
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Cecil McIntosh, guides solo-preneurs and entrepreneurs worldwide to clear your head, learn to relax, stress less and overcome chronic symptoms so that you can quickly experience profound peace, power and work life balance. You can get the other 20 Tips of 21 no-brainer shortcuts to achieving health and happiness at http://eycfreebook.comYou can reach Cecil at http://www.cecilhelpdesk.com