|Author:||James E. Loehr|
|Publisher:||Crown Business; 1 edition (May 13, 1997)|
|Other formats:||azw docx txt lrf|
Stress for Success: Jim . .has been added to your Cart. Loehr's 30-day program shows readers how to gradually make the kind of personal lifestyle changes that bring about the kind of high-level performance demanded of people at every level of the corporation.
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Stress for Success: Jim Loehr's Program for Transforming Stress into Energy at Work. Being in a stressful job, it's taken its toll on my health in a number of ways. James Loehr's book turned my attitude to stress around completely
Stress for Success: Jim Loehr's Program for Transforming Stress into Energy at Work. James Loehr's book turned my attitude to stress around completely. It says without stress we can't grow and get stronger. We actually need stress in our lives. I wish I had read Stress for Success 20 years ago and I would I saved myself so much pain and stress related illnesses, and used stress to my advantage.
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For years Jim Loehr was the leading sports psycologist in America. Now he has translated his findings and his ideas to the corporate work place. There may be no one who has a more integrated view of what it takes-physically, emotionally, and mentally-to perform at the hightest level without sacrificing a sense of meaning and well-being. This book truly changed my life! 0.
Jim Loehr's practical program shows how to bring all the stuff that's driving you crazy under control and make it work for you by showing how . James E. Loehr is president and CEO of LGE Sport Science, located in Orlando, Florida. Библиографические данные. Times Business, 1997. 0812930096 (ISBN13: 9780812930092).
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The author's premise is an intriguing one-namely, that stress can actually be good for you. Relying on his background in sports psychology, Loehr urges "corporate athletes" to train themselves so that they can indeed thrive under pressure. By exposing yourself to stress and training every day. your productivity, health and happiness will increase," Loehr maintains.
Stress for success: The proven program for transforming stress into positive energy at work. Loehr and Schwartz describe a performance pyramid model that addresses the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. The article includes case studies of people who have followed this model. New York: Times Books. This book describes a 30-day program that will help the reader use stress for positive results. 50 ways to prevent and manage stress. Chicago: McGraw-Hill/ Contemporary Books. The author explains how to make adjustments at work and at home to relieve stress. Pihulyk, A. (2001, Summer). New York: Times Books, 1997. When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Stress for Success: The Proven Program for Transforming Stress Into Positive Energy At Work. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2011. Wicks, Robert J. Bounce: Living the Resilient Life. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010.