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Are you exhausted from juggling everything all at once? Discover a brain-based approach that will provide well-deserved stress relief.
Do you feel daunted by the demands of your job? Are you overwhelmed by the working parent’s life? Struggling to reduce your staff’s pressure without taking a productivity hit? With a Master’s degree in Leadership and over a decade of experience coaching thousands of people, Stephanie Berryman is the embodiment of her recommendations for dealing with stress. She’s worked high-pressure jobs while caring for her mother with Alzheimer's and she’s run a successful business while parenting two young children. Now she’s here to share her practical methods for staying cool and achieving balance so you can be your best self.
In Working Well, you’ll discover:
- Sensible steps to juggle the demands of your job and home for better health and sanity
- Questions and strategies to keep yourself accountable so you can excel on your own terms
- Approaches to changing your hard-wired stress response so it’s always easy to stay in control
- A model for navigating difficult conversations, strengthening your relationships and staying positive
- Client stories, research-based strategies, specific action items, and much, much more!
Stephanie Berryman and Dave Kidd are available to teach the Working Well strategies in lunch’n’learns, keynote presentations or conference seminars. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a session.
Praise for Working Well
Are you dealing with difficult stuff? Heartbreak? Loss? Grief? Mental Or Physical Health Challenges? Relationship Challenges? Family Challenges? We all go through struggles in life and in this loving and wise little book, Stephanie Berryman shares her own experience of dealing with the difficult stuff and the strategies that she used to help her come through it all with an open heart. Stephanie grew up with a brother with severe cerebral palsy and at the age of 21, she became the primary caregiver for her mother who eventually died of Alzheimer's. Add into the mix, an alcoholic father and a brother with bipolar disorder, the death of two of her family members and Stephanie has had vast and varied experience in dealing with the difficult stuff. She writes with compassion, grace and courage to connect with others going through a difficult time. This book will provide you with practical and easy to implement strategies to help you handle whatever comes your way.
Praise for Nine Strategies for Dealing With the Difficult Stuff
Dealing with stress? Learn to recognize stress symptoms and learn 9 practical stress management tools and techniques. This short and practical e-book provides readers with 9 strategies to help with stress management. Only 30 pages long, the book is designed for people dealing with stress. Stephanie Berryman writes short and practical books with the desire to share the strategies that have helped her to build a good life for herself in spite of challenging circumstances. She writes with compassion and focuses on easy to implement strategies.
In this book, you’ll find practical strategies to help you strengthen your working relationships, have difficult conversations and deal with conflict.
This is an excerpt from Working Well: Twelve Simple Strategies to Manage Stress and Increase Productivity.
From the introduction:
“I’m Stephanie Berryman and I’m so glad you’ve bought this e-book. You’re going to learn some excellent strategies to help you strengthen your working relationships, have difficult conversations and deal with conflict.
I’ve spent the last ten years running my own business as a coach and a leadership development consultant. I’ve used these strategies to help thousands of clients improve their working relationships. Most people have also used the strategies I teach to improve their personal relationships as well.
One of my clients was on the verge of getting fired when I started working with him. Three months later, he was promoted. Another client said to me after just two sessions of working together, “I wish I’d started working with you years earlier. I could have saved myself thousands of dollars in therapy.”
These strategies work. As long as you use them. That’s the key. I’ve put questions and action items at the end of each chapter to encourage you to take action. I know it can be hard to make a change but if you keep taking the same action, you’ll get the same results.”