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What’s Coming This Episode?
Is it just us or does everyone seem stressed these days? Are we all just working too darn hard? Stress is an interesting thing in that it doesn’t really exist; it’s something that we create ourselves. With that realisation comes the power to wave goodbye to it at any moment. So… how stressed are you?
Are you really stressed? Are you sure you’re not just overly busy? If things are getting out of control then there are some great ways to bring your energy back to where it should be.
Enjoy the show!
Show Notes and Links
- Sean has been working with the team at Rethink again. You really should check them out.
- 1400 new brain cells a day when you’re learning
- Stress Is Actually Good For You – You’re joking right? A great blog post by our friend Jo Casey.
- A clip from This is Spinal Tap, a wonderful music documentary 🙂
- A bit more about the ‘Overload/Underload‘ effect that Sean discussed
- ‘Men are disturbed, not by things, but by the principles and notions which they form concerning things.’ Great quote by good ol’ Epictetus.
- The Physical Effects of Long-Term Stress
- Here’s The Thing Podcast with Jerry Seinfeld, who talks about meditation towards the end
- … more about this at the official Transcendental Meditation website
- Meditation Oasis is a great place to start for children’s meditation
- Calm.com is the perfect place to go for a quick meditation fix
Resource of the Week
- Sean has a very relevant resource this week – the Anti-Stress App for iPad
- Ed has been using the Instant Heart Rate app for iPhone. There are loads of them in the App Store so take your pic but this one is good as, if you pay for the full version, it allows you to track your heart rate over time.
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