Feeling stressed and unsure how to process it all?
You’re not alone. Consider these few facts, courtesy of WebMD:
- 43% of all adults suffer adverse health effects from stress.
- 75% to 90% of all doctor’s office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
- Stress can play a part in problems such as headaches, high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, skin conditions, asthma, arthritis, depression, and anxiety.
Holy shit sticks. It’s not an apple a day that keeps the doctor away. It’s managing your stress.
But how? If you ask Google, you’re smacked in the face with 1.24 billion search results. 1.24 billion, with a “b”. I don’t know about you, but the staggering volume of information on managing stress leaves me feeling lost and even more stressed out.
The reality is that there is so much information (a lot of is very, very good!) out there because stress is a big deal. A big, big deal. We’re bombarded with information on how to deal with stress, so we download meditation apps, workout, change our diets, set a sleep schedule, go to church, listen to relaxing music, quit drinking, eat dark chocolate, take baths, drink tea with honey and lavender, go for walks, hang out with only positive people who then make us feel worse about ourselves because we can’t be as freakin’ bubbly as they are, etc., etc., etc.
It truly is a lot and often doesn’t yield the results that we hope for. Or at least not consistently and we find our stress level right back to where it was before no time. Why? Because stress is a unique experience for all of us and, what works for someone else, won’t necessarily work for you. The reason is that your personality, the kind of stress you are trying to relieve, and the way you tend to handle stress all play a role in your stress management success.
Your personal stress profile.
Because your stress is unique to you, there is no “how to” article or one-size-fits-all approach that will work. That’s why, if you’re serious about kicking your stress in its teeth and making it your bitch, you need to start with your own Personal Stress Profile. This is a just-for-you assessment that will help you get to the root cause of your stress – the unique stressors that you’re experiencing in your life and an understanding of your tendencies for dealing with stress.
Four parts of your personal stress profile.
The Personal Stress Profile allows you to report your stress level, including your tolerance point, stress triggers, stress vulnerability factors, and stress response tendencies.
Digging into these 4 areas will help you to understand how much stress you can handle (because not all stress is bad), what things truly trigger your stress, where your stress vulnerabilities lie, and how you tend to respond to stress. Armed with this information you’ll be 1,240,000,000% more prepared to tackle the 1.24 billion results and target specific actions that will help you better manage your stress so that you can, you guessed it, chill the duck out!
Get your very own personal stress profile.
It’s free (no upsells or BS) and 100% tailored just to you. A human, me, will review and send you a personalized profile that will prepare you to take control of your stress once and for all. So, what are you waiting for?
Click the button below, answer some multiple-choice questions, and within 1-2 days I will hand-deliver – okay, that’s a lie – I will email you your results and some practical guidance resources to help you get started.
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Now, go on and get your personal stress profile and start your journey to stress less and live happier!
Personal Stress Profile Questionnaire
Welcome to your Personal Stress Profile questionnaire! Let’s get you started on your way to better managing your stress so that you can chill the duck out. The questionnaire contains 20 quick questions that will help to build your personal stress profile by looking at your stress tolerance points, stress triggers, stress vulnerabilities, and stress responses.
Please note that your information will be kept private and never, ever shared with anyone.