Getting stress out of your life takes more than prayer alone. You must take action to make changes and stop doing whatever is causing the stress. You can learn to calm down in the way you handle things.– Joyce Meyer
Here comes one of our very close frenemies, one that’s called stress. As much as we misunderstand it, stress can actually become a friend if we manage it well.
Like everything in life, it’s all about balance. It’s about how we manage the right level of stress in this busy world so we can be motivated to achieve without compromising our health and wellbeing. It’s also about taking care of oneself when the stress levels are too high. Some people perform better under pressure and some just collapse. There are many psychological and physiological reasons behind this, which you will learn about.
In this workshop you will learn about stress, how to identify it, measure it, manage it and live with it.
Limited Seats Available
- What you will learn and gain
- Course Leader
- Prerequisite Workshop
- Time Table
- Before you join the workshop
What you will learn and gain
- What is stress?
- What are the stress signs, symptoms and causes?
- How can you manage the different levels of stress?
- How to use stress as a motivator not a burden.
- How to build a stress-free life.
- How to deal with stressed people.
- Tools and techniques to live life with minimum stress, if not, entirely free.
Deena Almansoori, coach and founder of Fortitudo
None, you can attend this workshop without attending any other.
Day Time – Day Workshop Timetable
10:00 AM – Welcome drinks & snacks
10:30 AM – Workshop commences
11:30 AM – Break (time varies)
12:30 PM – Workshop ends, attendees network if desired.
Evening time – Evening Workshop Timetable
06:30 PM – Welcome drinks & snacks
07:00 PM – Workshop commences
08:00 PM – Break (time varies)
09:00 PM – Workshop ends, attendees network if desired.
To be announced before the workshop based on number of attendees.
Before you join the workshop
No preparation is required for this workshop
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