“Just calm down!” Do those three little words seem like waving a red flag before a raging bull? Does it seem impossible to settle down after your emotions rise in the heat of the moment? There’s a good explanation for why women find it so difficult to shift gears and release negative, harmful and escalating emotions. These normal and human responses are directly related to our physiology, hormones and emotional management skills. Join us Wednesday to learn easy-to-use techniques to release negative emotions in a proactive and healthy manner. Susan Maravetz will share specific techniques for making the shift. “Find a world of possibility once the palette of your rainbow has expanded beyond red and blue!”
About Susan Maravetz
Susan Maravetz believes that the mind, body and soul connection is essential in any discussion that involves goal setting, achievement and balance. Founder of The Essential Path, Susan works with women entrepreneurs to establish business and personal goals, identify key life and work strategies, and create an environment of continuous development and growth. An integral component of Susan’s approach includes Pilates, Gyrotonic® and Yoga as well as maintaining a mindful diet and regular exercise. These hard-earned lessons of balance and moderation serve her and her clients well in achieving good health, personal fulfillment and mental clarity. Susan, a licensed HeartMath® Provider and Certified Coach, delivers a unique perspective on Stress Management, Holistic Wellness and Personal Achievement.
Susan’s Coaching Suggestions
Create a daily practice that works for you:
- Take deep breaths before responding to stressful news, important emails or phone calls.
- Smile & feel excited before starting a task or beginning a project.
- Appreciate and enjoy the experience of connecting with others.
- Visualize & articulate a successful result.
- Write a gratitude list each day.
- When faced with stress – breath, focus into heart, choose to shift to Positive Emotion.
The techniques I have shared are from Hearth Math®.
Susan’s Quote for the Day
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?” ~Marianne Williamson
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