Turning Stress Into Strength

Stress cuts at the knees. Learn to chew more than you can bite by understanding how you can reduce, remove, or even channel stress.
Turning Stress Into Strength

You can access this course with an Academy membership. Did you know that almost 1/4 of successful medical school candidates have an Academy membership?

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Stress cuts at the knees.

No matter how good you are, stress has the potential to totally unravel you. Sometimes, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy; your mindset affects how you feel, think, and act, shaping the choices you make. As we withdraw from discomfort, we have less energy to combat stress, pulling us into a dangerous spiral.

People who view stress constructively are able to strategize around stress and even channel it into something positive.

Learn to chew more than you can bite. Get more out of life with some key understanding about how stress affects you and strategies on how you can avoid it, or even use it to your advantage.

By the end of this course you will:

Understand why you get stressed and the true nature of stress in your life
Learn about the good and bad types of stress
Identify the ways stress impacts you
Apply practical steps to reducing and managing stress, both short-term and long-term
Learn systems to adapt to stress and maintain productivity in a stressful life or environment

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Anagh Mane
Posted 11 months ago
Good basic techniques for stress management for beginners 🙂

This is a good place to start for beginners or those new to concepts such as mindfulness, meditation etc. Succinct ideas cover a breadth of topics relating to stress management with great actionable steps for students to begin implementing into their daily lives

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Turning Stress Into Strength

You can access this course with an Academy membership. Did you know that almost 1/4 of successful medical school candidates have an Academy membership?

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