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Stress is inevitable, and between the election and the pandemic, it is quite likely you are feeling a bit overwhelmed. So, how can you deal with stress? In today’s episode, Chris shares some of his top tips that will help you feel better right away. We hear about the trifecta that affects our state–physiology, focus, and language–and how we can tune into and alter these three aspects when we are feeling triggered. These are all accessible, easy-to-implement strategies that might sound oversimplified, but they do wonders. Chris also shares other ways to cope with stress, like understanding threats properly and actively reframing our thoughts to empowering ones. It is so important, when dealing with stress, to not be reactive, which only comes with cultivating awareness and asking questions of ourselves. To learn about these actionable steps you can take to make those stressful moments pass by quicker, tune in today!

Key Points From This Episode:

– Why Chris references Tony Robbins as much as he does.

– The trifecta that contributes to our state at any given moment: Physiology, focus, and language.

– How understanding the trifecta can help us when we are stressed.

– The importance of monitoring your own language and how it shapes your thoughts.

– Catching your thoughts in the moment and choosing more empowering ones instead.

– Why you have to understand the real threat in moments of stress and then move past it.

– A question from Tim Ferriss to help you deal with stress.

Tweetables:

“Changing my physiology can overhaul the amount of stress I experience.” — Chris Goodman [0:05:25]

“Use these tools, these tips, these questions to interrupt that stress and get to somewhere better.” — Chris Goodman [0:13:47]

“Regardless of where you stand on the election or candidates or how much stress is in your life, I do wish the best for you.” — Chris Goodman [0:15:19]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Tony Robbins

Keith Waggoner

Tim Ferriss

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