As kids, we woke up excited and ready to conquer our days. We had unearned confidence that helped us through. The new adventures and challenges excited and invigorated us. Have you found yourself ready to slay any dragon that comes your way? Do you feel filled with energy and excitement when you wake up every day? If you haven’t, chances are you are stressed.
As professional men+ women, it can be tough to manage your stress with bills, bosses and a myriad of other responsibilities in your life. You may feel like they've tried everything to manage your stress only to find yourself overwhelmed yet again. In this webinar, Carlee will teach exactly what you need to learn to manage stress and step out of overwhelm so you can find more joy in life.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
What is Stress?
Learn what stress is and isn't.
How Does Stress Show Up?
Understand the symptoms of stress and how it appears in our daily lives.
What Are the Causes of Stress?
Discover what can be triggering your stress and overwhelm.
A Three Step Repeatable System for Managing Stress
Learn three simple steps you can use to significantly reduce stress.
This event is free and will max out at 10 participants. We encourage you to find a quiet space to enjoy this session. Attend via cell phone using the Zoom app or from your laptop. Once you register you will receive an email with sign in instructions.
Review our Tips for Success page if you have questions about the set up, and never hesitate to reach out.
About your speaker:
Carlee Myers is an expert at helping professionals who feel overworked, overwhelmed or on the verge of burnout relieve stress so they can find more joy at work, home and beyond. As the founder of The Stress Less Company, Carlee has helped hundreds of women (and a few brave men) across the country take action to reduce stress through coaching. She believes there is no-one-size-fits-all when it comes stress management.
Carlee also recently opened her brand new relaxation space for women, The Stress Less Space, in Philadelphia this past May. Her work has most recently been featured through media outlets such as Good Day Philadelphia, FOX 29, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly Mag and Whoolly Magazine.