Have you ever noticed when you’re stressed or tired you can’t seem to think straight… or when you work too much you actually become less productive? If you answered yes, millions of people are right there with you. As a busy entrepreneur with a myriad of responsibilities, it can be easy to find yourself stressed, overworked or exhausted. In this episode of Hustle with Purpose, Carlee breaks down the two key types of stess, how stress affects the body and mind, and how to bypass a particular psychological response and make your stressors work for you not against you.
How to Make Stress Work for You (Not Against You) with Carlee Myers
[1:41] A little about Carlee’s background
[6:43] How Carlee finds ways to realign goals to reduce stress and overwhelm
[19:51] What the two different types of stress are and how to recognize them when they show up
[28:38] How do different types of stress affect the body and mind
[30:11] Where to find Carlee online
Carlee Myers is an expert at helping female leaders who feel overworked and exhausted find the peace and freedom they desire. As the founder of The Stress Less Company, Carlee has helped hundreds of professionals around the world take action to reduce stress through her educational and mentoring programs. She believes there is no-one-size-fits-all when it comes to stress management.
About Your Host:
Jacinta Gandy is passionate about small business and a champion of women’s entrepreneurship. She’s the founder of Social Circle, a branding and marketing agency that helps service based solopreneurs turn their passions into profitable businesses.
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