In tough times, you’re likely to experience fight or flight reactions. These are adaptive states whcich help you cope with short-term stress. However, staying in a fight or flight state for more than a few days can damage your physical and psychological wellbeing. In this video, positive psychology trainer, Eleanor Shakiba, explains how to reduce stress by entering a flow state. Watch Reducing Stress with Flow Theory now.
About the author: Eleanor Shakiba
Eleanor is a specialist in positive psychology. Her passion is teaching talented people to use social and emotional intelligence to excel in business. These skills centre around building positive mindsets, proactive communication habits and purposeful leadership behaviours. Eleanor’s qualifications include degrees and diplomas in Social Anthropology, Positive Psychology, Counselling, Coaching, Adult Education and Neuro Linguistic Programming. She is also the author of the Positive Psychology Toolkit for HR and L&D Practitioners. This is a free resource for trainers and facilitators.