Stress-Less Leadership

Entrepreneur Press
This book will become available on August 20, 2019. You will not be charged until it is released.

Take Control of Your Life
Say “goodbye” to stress-induced migraines, insomnia, and overall unhappiness. Stress is not a necessary evil. It is not a badge of honor. It is not a way of life. In fact, it’s probably leading you to your death. Take control of the pressures at work and at home with actionable strategies and real-world solutions and unlock your potential with Stress-Less Leadership.
Combining her firsthand experience, countless case studies, and deep-dive research, executive coach and CEO Nadine Greiner, PhD will give you the tools you need to conquer the stress that’s holding you back. You’ll learn how to:
  • Melt away your worry by finding the root cause
  • Escape your vicious cycle with soothing habits and self-care routines
  • Get out of your own way and kick stress out the door
  • Maintain the stress level that best fits your lifestyle
  • Build happier, healthier relationships in your business and personal life
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    About the author

    Dr. Nadine Greiner is the Chief Executive Officer of On Target Solutions and is an executive coach and human resources consultant in San Francisco. Nadine first served as the CEO of a healthcare company at the age of 38, so she understands first-hand what it takes to be a successful executive. She knows her clients' and readers' joys and challenges in an intimate way, which accelerates results for clients.
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    Entrepreneur Press
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    Published on
    Aug 20, 2019
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    Pages
    273
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    ISBN
    9781613084113
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    Language
    English
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    Genres
    Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
    Business & Economics / Leadership
    Business & Economics / Personal Success
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    This content is DRM protected.
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