Staying Sane and Effective When the World Is Upside-Down

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Staying Sane and Effective When the World Is Upside-Down

Three ways we sabotage ourselves when we’re stressed and what to do about it.

If you’re riding an emotional roller coaster in your personal and professional life right now, you’re not alone. We humans are predisposed to quickly respond to any perceived threat that comes our way. But those fight or flight reactions can be counterproductive.

Lecturer and Executive Coach Ed Batista teaches students and clients to recognize and reframe those natural inclinations so you can lead though any crisis with a clear mind.

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