Preventing and Anticipating Stress
A good management of your energy through your positive perceptions, your body, your relationships, your time management, an openness to new things… this is the best way to avoid collapsing when the environment becomes stressful.
If you are steady, unshakable and you know how to manage the annoyances and challenges of everyday life, you will not be stressed in the face of major challenges.
This course gives you many keys to maximize your energy at work.
Improving working environment (7'32)
The quality of life at work is largely influenced by our working environment.
Improving work environment sometimes means asking the company for changes, when possible.
It also means finding many and simple ideas to improve our VAKOG environment (Visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustative).
How to prevent stress by sending positive signals to the body and to the 5 senses, 5 senses which are our environment / body / brain interface.
Getting out of relational games (13'15)
What are we playing at?
Relationship difficulties and conflict, often take on the form of a several act tragedy, in which we play different scenes.
Arguing, fleeing, complaining, accusing, arm wrestling or looking for support.
Are we victims, rescuers or persecutors in this psychological game that is the dance of conflict? Do we move from one role to another without even realizing it?
Two tools to manage your time (9'29)
Two tools to better manage your time. The Eisenhower Task Matrix (important / urgent).
And the drivers: how the 5 binding messages (be perfect, be strong , hurry up , please others, try hard) steal our time reluctantly.
The stress spiral (10'25)
How we enter the vicious circle of stress and how we can get out of it through a virtuous circle by acting on one of the 4 points of attachment of the spiral: opening our thoughts and perceptions, transforming our emotional state, acting on our behaviour and adjusting the feedback on the result obtained.
Cultivating a positive outlook (8'27)
The art of cultivating a positive outlook.
“Think positive, smile, be positive, look on the bright side,” as the magazines write.
Seeing and considering (prophesying) the best will actually give you a better chance of having a happy life.
At least you can be aware of the filters of perceptions (selection, interpretation and generalization) that distort your view of reality, often in a very negative way.
Drink water to think better (6'44)
The body is made up of 60% to 70% water, depending on the morphology of each person. After oxygen, water is the most important element for life. Fluids occupy almost every space in our body, both inside cells and outside cells.
Water is essential for all vital processes. Water in particular facilitates the neurological activity of the brain.
Refreshing and recharging (12'45)
80% of those interviewed by the ANACT express that when they are stressed by work, they seek to recharge their batteries in personal activities. How do you resource yourself? In this video we will see the importance of taking “refreshing” breaks. Then we’ll discover 6 powerful tips to resource yourself. And finally we’ll see how to reconnect to your own source.
Movements for positivity (8'52)
Here are some stretches and movements that will help you keep your body relaxed.
As well as a demonstration of two simple movements that can be easily applied at the office.
Movements inspired by Brain Gym and Chinese energetics that will help you refocus and regain a calm and positive state of mind in the face of stress : hook-ups and positive points.
Stress and confidence (9'24)
Stress management is ultimately life management.
Or in other words, how to manage everything that occurs and that worries us or makes us feel uncomfortable.
How to be happy in a world that does not seem at first glance to correspond to what our mind would want.
It’s all about trust. Trusting ourselves and trusting life and others.