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Dr Madhusoodanan
Retired-consult Occassionally
Sales, Marketing And Business Management
Ability To Prove Myself Through Hardwork
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Dear All,

Based on lots of requests on stress management, I'd like to add stress management to the fraternity. Hope it will help us a lot
The contents are as follows:
Worksheet on Stress Management (word file)
Stress Warning Signals (word file)
Visualization & Relaxation (word file)
Vulnerability to Stress (word file)
Kindly download all work sheets for better results.

Courtesy : Internet
Trainers can use it as tool kit

From India, Delhi

Attached Files
File Type: doc Vulnerability_to_Stress.doc (54.5 KB, 3305 views)
File Type: doc Visualization&Relaxation.doc (37.0 KB, 3219 views)
File Type: doc Stress_Warning_Signals.doc (191.5 KB, 4083 views)
File Type: doc Stress_Management_Worksheet.doc (24.5 KB, 3388 views)
File Type: ppt STRESS MANAGEMENT.ppt (3.96 MB, 4985 views)

HI Prawin, To work out on Stress is really necessary these days.. This PPT will be very useful to all..especially relaxation & visualization will be very useful
From India, Ahmadabad
May thanks Prawin,
I have noticed that your contribution to the site has been great thus far.
This is excellent stuff....congratulations and all the encouragenment to you for continuation of your good work.

From Sri Lanka, Panadura
The docs/ppt are good. One should verify them in writing at least once in a month at ones leisure and evaluate him/er self and take remedial measure as a matter of routine.
From India, Chandigarh
excellent material. thanks for sharing.
Just thought I will add
1. A quick way to reduce stress is to to stay still and rotate your consciousness to all the body parts.
2.When doing your breathing,visualize the incoming breath as a soothing force ( from God or whomever you love)
and when breathing out visualize the stress getting out of your system-you can visualize it getting out thru' your finger tips,tips of toes.
dr madhusoodanan

From India, Pune
Dear Prawin, Thanks a TONNNN for your precious information sharing!!! Regards Pooja :)
From India, Delhi

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Dear Prawin,
Your Power Point Presentation on stress management couldn't have come at a better time. In fact, my wife is in this rut and completely stressed bringing along a lot of woes with no clue as to how to relax. I must say it is superb. By the way, I am a Soft Skills, Communication Skills, Personality Development and English Language trainer located at Hyderabad with over thirty years experience. I welcome inquiries and or assignments either part time or full time. I can be contacted on 09866508306 or email me at . Kudos to you once again. Ellis Maven Nathan.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Prawin, Thank you for being so magnanimous and large hearted. You have given invaluable material for this topic, which i am sure will be very useful for anyone dealing with this subject.
From India, Delhi
Excellent material n great research. Tnx for sharing!
Also, I have a workshop in 2 weeks' time and would really appreciate some questionnaires/quizzes and activities.
With your help I'm sure I'll rock!

From India, Bangalore
I think stress is because of the way we are leading our life. Fast n Furious thread mill type. Running at greater speeds to stay where we are. Materialistic musts are taking a toll on us. We need more money to live comfortably(?). Comparison is the cause of dissatisfaction and it is the root cause of stress. At the same time if human beings are satisfied with what they have then they would have been in the caves. Hence , while one should be satisfied with what one has, he should strive for progress which does not necessarily mean earning more money. We spend our health during prime years to get the wealth and do the reverse in the sunset years. Keeping one's mind free of comparisons may reduce stress. A very organized and educative presentation. Good work by the contributor. Thanks
From India, Hyderabad

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