1,400 reasons why you can’t afford to ignore stress

We often concede to stress by passively accepting the notion that we have no choice but to get upset when life challenges us. This is blatantly not true; you do have a choice! Join me in this Self-Coaching episode to find out how you can become more active in deciding whether or not you need to be victimized by needless neurotic, circumstantial stress.

The second century emancipated slave, Epictetus, taught that everything that affects us, whether good or bad, positive or negative, depends on our own judgment and how we interpret the circumstances of our lives.  In other words, life doesn’t dictate our happiness—our interpretation of life does!  This is why optimists are happier than pessimists. It was true in Roman times and it’s true today.

As for the 1,400 reasons? Well, you’ll have to listen to find out what they are.

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