Dealing with stress more effectively

How do you react under pressure? Which signals do you recognize?

We all have developed our own ways of coping successfully with stressful situations. To protect ourselves and hide our insecurity. Some might react irritated or sarcastic in an exciting situation, where others remains too nice or tries to hide their discomfort by giggling nervously or talking too quickly.

To discover the reactions to stressful situations of your clients, coachees, participants, employees, or yourself in a very accessible way, we have developed the coaching cards; Stress! Do you recognize the signs?. Using the 50 beautifully illustrated coaching cards enables you to quickly identify your protection mechanisms. Use of the provided exercise included in the card deck, or with the help of the exercises you’ll find here on the website to get started more effectively with stressful situations.

Person on their knees with one hand on their head and one hand in the air, showing overwhelmed feeling - Stress Card of the Month

Card of the month

Feeling overwhelmed

At times, it’s easy to feel like you’ve got too much to handle. You may start with a clean plate—with little to worry about—but for each new challenge or task you encounter, a little weight is added to it.

This is manageable at first, but the pressure on you grows as the stressors accumulate. Maybe you’re busy recruiting, coaching, and managing all at once, while still trying to prioritize your professional development.

Whatever it is, everything’s under control until…

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Stress Cards Exercises

Pale pink circle with splatters around it an the words Stress - Do you recognize the signs

How to use the
cards

(Coaching and counseling)

Pale pink circle with splatters around it an the words Stress - Do you recognize the signs

Listen to your
body

(Coaching and counseling)

Pale pink circle with splatters around it an the words Stress - Do you recognize the signs

Break your response to stress

(Coaching and counseling)

You can find more exercises on our ever growing cards of the week page or on our blog. The posts include three exercises specific to that card.

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