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Over 100 clever and effective stress relief tools and techniques in one easy to read resource.

A labor of love has come to fruition, and I am grateful for the wonderful reviews it has received.

Ever since I was diagnosed with stress-induced diabetes back in 2008, I have been experimenting with different tips and techniques to help me reduce my stress and keep me healthy. I have tried over 100 tools – and ALL of them are included in this easy to read book that has also inspired my weekly video blog.

Sure, you could buy a book or download an app specifically on meditating, or breathing, or journaling, or exercising. You could open the book or app and give it a try, but it probably didn’t work. Why? Maybe you didn’t give it enough time. Maybe you tried it while also responding to 100 emails. Maybe the techniques provided were too complicated or time-intensive, so now you’re frustrated and thinking “I’ve got this really important meeting/presentation this morning, where I have to be at my best. Isn’t there some tool or technique that can help me right now, at this moment?”

The answer is yes! If you flip through this book you will see that there are hundreds of fast, effective, and easy tips and tools designed specifically to be used in the now. Why so many? Because you are unique, so there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all tool for stress relief. What works for one person may not work for someone else.

The book’s foundation is the LIGHTEN™ Model, and the tools suggested are organized around the areas of your life that need to be nurtured in order to achieve long-term stress relief: Livelihood (career), Imagination, Genius (unconscious mind), Health, Time, Environment, and Network (relationships). If you are stressed about hitting your sales quota, take a look at the Livelihood or Time chapter. Worried about that next presentation? The Imagination chapter has some great techniques. Anxious about your next doctor’s appointment? Check out the Genius or Health chapter. Meeting your in-laws? The Network chapter is the place to go.

The intent of this book is that you keep it handy for whenever or wherever you need it: that important meeting/presentation, that difficult conversation you need to have, the multiple priorities all needing your attention right now, or anything else that stresses you out when shit happens.

If you just have a couple of minutes to spare to get some quick-and-easy stress relief, this book is for you.

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Please note that there is no guarantee a particular stress relief tool will work for you. Thus you must take complete responsibility for using them and for your own physical and emotional wellbeing. Further, Professor Pete Alexander is not a licensed health professional. Please consult qualified health practitioners regarding your use of any stress relief technique. Medical advice must only be obtained from a physician or qualified health practitioner.