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5 Easy Ways to Help You Deal With Stress

how to deal with stress

Stress is a normal and natural part of human life — You can’t avoid it, so how do you manage it?

We encounter stress every day: in driving through traffic, falling behind schedule and managing big projects.

We must learn to how to deal with stress in order to lead a more productive, happy life.

Today I’m going to share a few ways that I manage the stress in my life, and I know these will work for you as well.

Here are 5 ways to deal with stress:

Learn how to stop procrastinating, get more done, and be less stressed with my Eat That Frog Transcription

1) Plan Your Day

Plan every aspect of your day and plan your activities in advance, especially if you are going through a difficult time in your life. Having a plan for your day will make you feel more in control. You won’t have to think about or make a decision on what to do next.

Becoming an expert in time management will reduce your stress levels enormously. Breaking down every task and activity in your day or week will make the big picture a lot less intimidating.

2) Focus on Your Most Important Task

When you are experiencing a lot of stress, only work on the tasks that are the most important to improving your life.

You can use tools that we’ve discussed in the past, like the 80/20 Rule, to make setting and choosing your goals easier.

Setting clear priorities for your work each day, before you begin, will relieve much of your stress immediately. Then, discipline yourself to start on your most important task and work on it until it is complete.

3) Get More Rest

It’s amazing how many people suffer greater stress from the same event because they are just tired. Fatigue causes you to experience stress at much higher levels for much longer periods of time.

A body well taken care of will serve you much better in the long-run, and will reduce your stress naturally. If you are planning your day properly, then planning for more sleep shouldn’t be a problem.

4) Talk Out Your Situation

Find someone that you like, trust and respect and talk to them about the situation you are experiencing; ask them for their advice. Sometimes just talking about the issue out loud will help reduce the anxiety and stress you are feeling.

5) Look for the Lesson

One of the things that you can do to eliminate the stress from your life is to ask yourself:

“What can I learn from this experience? What is this experience trying to teach me?”

Ask yourself if you should be doing more of something, or less of something in the future to avoid this sort of stress.

If you look into any situation and look for the lesson in your most difficult experiences, you will always find one.

Those are my suggestions for reducing stress in your life, I hope they help you as much as they’ve helped me.

Before we wrap up, I’d like to leave you with a thought to share with your friends and followers:

“Within every setback or obstacle there is the seed of an equal or greater advantage or benefit. Find it.” @BrianTracy tweet-graphic-trans

Now I’d love to hear from you. So my question today is:

Which events in your life cause the most stress and which strategies have you used to overcome that stress in the past?

Leave a comment below to share your experience.

Stress has a lot to do with procrastination and time management. If you learn to manage your time you will be less stressed. Learn to stop procrastinating and get more done in less time and get my free Eat that Frog transcription below.

Thanks for reading and remember, if you want to change your future, take action and take action now.




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5 Easy Ways to Help You Deal With Stress is a post from: Brian Tracy's Blog

Episode 40: [Marketing] 11 Actionable Tips For Marketing Yourself to Find Incredible Deals w/Nick Baldo

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Show Notes

Nick Baldo started investing in real estate in 2011 with a focus on flipping houses in the Buffalo, NY area. He has since expanded his business to focus on value-added rental investments. Nick created and manages the real estate educational site, Income Digs to help aspiring real estate investors get started. He has a focus on leveraging technology to create an investment business that is both efficient and scalable.

Overview of Pain

  • It’s hard to find good deals
  • Not really sure where to start
  • New Investors are shy

Overview of Strategy:

  • Tell everyone what you do
  • You never know where good deals can come from
  • The more interactions you have, the more you are working in the industry, the more that will come to you

11 Actionable Tips for getting yourself out there and finding deals

  1. Tell your friends
  1. Facebook
  2. Email blast
  3. Social Media bio
  1. Set up brand
  1. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars
  2. You want people to see your brand and ask more questions
  3. Simple business cards, shirt, signs
  1. REI Meetings/ Investor meetups
  2. Meet the neighbors
  1. Neighbors get excited about flips
  2. They often have people in their lives who need to sell quickly
  3. They see that flipping is not “as scary as it seems on TV”
  1. Reach out to other landlords/ property managers in the areas where you have rentals
  1. They might not know that they want to sell
  1. Real Estate Agents
  1. You should probably have one (or more) agent looking for properties for you.
  2. Agents have pocket listings and access to info you don’t have.
  1. Be Hands on
  1. Even if you’re not doing the rehab, be on the job site. You want to be there if and when people come up and ask what is going on with the house.
  1. Use sort of tracking mechanism
  1. I personally use Podio…but if you are just starting, a simple spreadsheet will do
  2. Some people like to see tangible leads.
  1. Wholesalers
  1. Building inspector
  2. Mayor
  1. Professionals
  1. Attorneys
  2. Accountants
  3. Bankers
  1. Don’t be afraid to ask
  1. Driving by…have a hunch about about a house? Doesn’t hurt to start the conversation.

“Bonus” – Even if it’s not a deal you find, a solid consolation prize is finding a private lender

  • Personal Story: Rehabbing a rental. Owner of another rental approached about the purchase of two of his. Very good price, held the note. Slam dunk deal!

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