Stress Relief Tool – Take Microbreaks

Taking microbreaks between tasks or projects can help you with stress relief.

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Stress Relief Tool – Prioritize Tasks

Whether using the author’s method or a 100 year old process, prioritizing your tasks can help your stress relief efforts.

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Stress Relief Tool – Email Purge

Hundreds or thousands of unread emails stressing you out? Give this a try to take back control of your inbox.

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Stress Relief Tool – End Of Day Anchor

This simple habit can help signal to your brain that your work day has indeed ended.

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Stress Relief Tool – Realize You Cannot Do It All

If you have a long task list, concentrate only on those items you know you can do well. Try delegating the ones you cannot possibly get to and/or complete satisfactorily, and be OK with not being a perfectionist.

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Stress Relief Tool – Detox From Technology

Is your cell phone adding to your stress? Learn a couple stress relief tips if your work phone is invading your personal time.

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Stress Relief Tool – Deep Breathing

Deep breathing can help you remain calm and provide almost instant stress relief.

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