How To Be a Beacon of Calm, In The Midst Of Stress

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I'm writing this post from a hospital room, where my Dad is recovering from heart surgery.  Thankfully he only had to have stents put into his blocked arteries, and not full-blown open heart surgery.  His recovery time will be much shorter, and he can return to his normal routine, sans the stress that likely caused these blockages in the first place.  I'm familiar with that show.  

Throughout the multitude of tests Dad had to go through, and how I was far away from him during those tests, I had to remind myself to be calm and present.  Not easy.  

Here's a great article on How to be a beacon of calm in the midst of stress. 

How to recognize signs of burnout, so you can make the necessary changes and avoid heart surgery.

How to be more productive without burning out.  We all want to do our best.  We still can, without killing ourselves.


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