Stress Management Quotes

Quotes tagged as "stress-management" (showing 1-30 of 186)
Amit Ray
“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”
Amit Ray, Om Chanting and Meditation

Holly Mosier
“Learn to say no to demands, requests, invitations, and activities that leave you with no time for yourself. Until I learned to say no, and mean it, I was always overloaded by stress. You may feel guilty and selfish at first for guarding your down- time, but you’ll soon find that you are a much nicer, more present, more productive person in each instance you do choose to say yes.”
Holly Mosier

Subodh Gupta
“A positive attitude may not solve all our problems but that is the only option we have if we want to get out of problems.
-Subodh Gupta author "Stress Management a holistic approach -5 steps plan".”
Subodh Gupta, Stress Management a Holistic Approach

Holly Mosier
“Our culture encourages us to plan every moment and fill our schedules with one activity and obligation after the next, with no time to just be. But the human body and mind require downtime to rejuvenate. I have found my greatest moments of joy and peace just sitting in silence, and then I take that joy and peace with me out into the world.”
Holly Mosier

Subodh Gupta
“If you are feeling unhappy in life for any reason and often getting negative results, try this -> start replacing negative thoughts with the positive one, make a plan and act on them. The more positive thoughts you have the more positive and happy your will become and results are bound to be positive sooner or later.-Subodh Gupta author "Stress Management a Holistic approach - 5 steps plan”
Subodh Gupta, Stress Management a Holistic Approach

“Convince yourself everyday that you are worthy of a good life. Let go of stress, breathe. Stay positive, all is well.”
Germany Kent

Holly Mosier
“We have a right to decide how we want our bodies to look and feel, but unfortunately we do not exercise these rights. Instead, we tend to drift along, victims of our own ignorance of the fact that we can have what we want, if we are willing to take that first step toward developing the self-discipline to govern our thoughts.”
Holly Mosier

“During the time of stress, the “fight-or-flight” response is on and the self-repair mechanism is disabled. It is then when we say that the immunity of the body goes down and the body is exposed to the risk for disease. Meditation activates relaxation, when the sympathetic nervous system is turned off and the parasympathetic nervous system is turned on, and natural healing starts.”
Annie Wilson, Effect of Meditation on Cardiovascular Health, Immunity & Brain Fitness

Susan C. Young
“There will be times in your life when things simply have to be replaced because they are tired, broken, worn out, harmful, outdated, or irrelevant. Take an inventory of the things that no longer serve your best and highest good so you can replace them with things which do.”
Susan C. Young

Annika Sorensen
“The grass is not 'greener' on the other side – it is just another shade of green.”
Annika Sorensen, Take Stress from Chaos to Calm

John Agno
“Truth flows from universal law, not personal views.”
John Agno, Can't Get Enough Leadership: Book Notes & Coaching Tips

Amit Ray
“Drop the fear. What you fear most, can be a repeated theme in your life.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Meditation for Corporate Leadership and Management

Susan C. Young
“Reconnect to what makes you happy and brings you Joy. If there is something that used to make you happy which you have stopped doing, do it again. Seek to find deeper meaning and significance rather than living on the surface.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“Did you once have a grand plan which has become obsolete and no longer serves you? If there are areas in your life which must change to help you create better results, a redesign may be in order. Consider going back to the ‘drawing board’ to deconstruct what isn’t working and start anew.”
Susan C. Young

Osho
“Take work as a game and enjoy it. Everything is a challenge. Just don’t go on doing it, dragging yourself because it has to be done.
So there are only two possibilities: either find work you like or become capable of liking the work, whatsoever it is. The second is the best alternative because it is very difficult to find work that you like.like. Sooner or later you will dislike it. In the beginning, maybe you like it.”
Osho, Beloved of My Heart: A Darshan Diary

“I soon realised that just because it appeared that way didn't mean it was true. As my thinking changed, my experience changed.”
Rani Bora, How to Turn Stress on Its Head

Osho
“If you feel peaceful, you become peaceful.The idea becomes the actuality. A continuous thought can be transformed into a thing. It becomes as material as anything else. Let it vibrate inside continuously.Whenever you forget, again remember, relax and bring peace. Move peacefully, sit peacefully, stand peacefully. Carry a grace, an elegance, and feel that you are surrounded by a small aura of peace. Within a few days there will be no need to remember it. It will be there whether you remember it or not, but in the beginning remembrance helps to materialise it.”
Osho, Beloved of My Heart: A Darshan Diary

Susan C. Young
“Connecting with others gives us a sense of inclusion, connection, interaction, safety, and community. Your vibe attracts your tribe, so if you want to attract positive and healthy relationships, be one! Staying connected and getting reconnected feeds the flow of goodness which empowers our humanity.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“Be a life-long learner. Whether you are seeking to achieve peace and harmony, learn a new technology to do your work faster, or design a strategy to blow your competitors out of the water, retraining is a pivotal way to strengthen your knowledge and realize your goals”
Susan C. Young

Judy Dippel
“Make your friends a priority, so they are not lost to the black hole of a busy, hurried life.”
Judy Dippel, Friendship Interrupted: Challenges and Practical Solutions - What You Can Do

“Please remember that, no one is ever going to carry your overloaded emotional and mental baggage. You only have to find a way to reduce it.”
Aditya Ajmera

Gudjon Bergmann
“Stress-free moments certainly exist, but that is the extent of it. People, who have bought into the idea of a stress-free life, believe they should be happy and positive all the time. They have been sold a damaging falsehood. As the first sentence in M. Scott Peck’s The Road Less Travelled famously said: “Life is difficult.” Learning to deal effectively with life’s difficulties, learning to manage the inevitable stress of life is attainable, while eliminating stress is not.”
Gudjon Bergmann

Rani Bora
“I soon realised that just because it appeared that way didn't mean it was true. As my thinking changed, my experience changed.”
Rani Bora

Gudjon Bergmann
“Stress is a natural and normal part of being alive. Stress-free promises set people up for failure. Even when used with good intentions and accompanied by relevant and beneficial ideas and practices, the use of the words stress-free is still ill advised because the approach is infused with an erroneous idea that will never come to fruition. The stress-free idea has become a significant hurdle on the path to real stress management, which is the balance between using stress productively and relieving harmful stress symptoms.”
Gudjon Bergmann

Gudjon Bergmann
“There is no such thing as a stress-free life. No evidence has ever been presented which suggests that a stress-free life can ever be achieved. Stress can be managed, relieved and lessened, but never eliminated.”
Gudjon Bergmann

Ana Claudia Antunes
“I'm glad to get home,
but I have no worry.
If we are in a hurry
we die in the outcome.”
Ana Claudia Antunes, The Tao of Physical and Spiritual

“The more stress you accumulate, the heavier it becomes. If you accumulate too much, the weight of carrying it can break you.”
Oscar Auliq-Ice

“A good way to overcome stress is to help others out of theirs.”
Dada J. P. Vaswani

“Whenever you feel tension mounting up, just smile: you will break the force of tension.”
Dada J. P. Vaswani

“The primarily thing to know about stress is that it primarily comes from not taking action over something that you can have some control over . Stress comes from ignoring things that you should not be ignoring. If you find that some particular thing is causing you to have stress, that should be a warning flag for you . What it means is if that there is something which you have not completely identified yet in your conscious mind, that is bothering you and if you have not taken any action against it, once as soon as you start writing the first email , text or a phone call to address the situation , it incredibly relieves your stress even if that problem is not resolved .

That works for your job, business, relation or anything that may stress you out.”
Abhishek Luthra

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