Getting more “good stress” in your life



  • Cravings, increased appetite or driven to “stress eat”?
  • Demotivated or in a bad mood?
  • Digestive issues?
  • Fatigued or restless?



  • Have trouble sleeping?
  • Have difficulty losing weight?
  • Get sick frequently?

If you’re raising your hand or nodding your head you’re likely under stress.  And a lot of it.

2020 has introduced so many new stressors into our lives that it is no wonder!

But there’s actually good stress AND bad stress. Let’s distinguish between the two.

Stress is a totally normal response to a sense of danger – it can be your friend or foe.



This is the helpful stress – like a deadline at work. Most importantly it is:

  • Infrequent
  • Short-term
  • Single, resolved incidences

Friendly stress helps you:

  • Become more focused
  • Have energy
  • Be motivated
  • Productive

But the problem is that in today’s society, many people feel stress often and for a long time.


Unfriendly stress is:

  • Neither infrequent, nor short-lived
  • Constant and growing

Constant stress affects your daily life:

  • Digestion
  • Mood
  • Sleep
  • Ability to lose weight
  • Anxiety

Increases the risk of:

  • Blood sugar and insulin issues
  • Obesity
  • Metabolic disease
  • Heart disease
  • Cancer

Both Mind & Body are impacted!

In fact, according to a 2013 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 60% – 80% of doctor visits may have a stress-related component.

We can help you manage the unfriendly stress and introduce more friendly stress into your life – download our Rejuvenate ebook and start today. Stress is nothing to mess around with!


We are on a MISSION to help over 40 high level professionals and entrepreneurs to conquer stress so that they can live their best life. Download our FREE guide REJUVENATE: 24 Techniques to Beat Stress.

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