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Here is some good news and some bad news: The bad news is that we can’t avoid stress. The good news is that we can manage it. Dr. Amora, a stress-management expert, believes that salespeople who manage their stress better than others will sell more.

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Watch this six-minute interview and compare your current stress-management techniques with Dr. Amora’s practical tips:

1. Manage all five health areas: psychological, physical, social, spiritual, and environmental health.
2. Embrace the idea that you can grow from stress. This is the first step toward successful stress management.
3. A healthy attitude toward your challenges has a positive effect on your performance.
4. Accept the scientific fact that physical exercise will reduce the effects of stress on your body.
5. Develop a health plan that is in line with your goal for managing stress.
6. Choose a routine that you can enjoy for a long period of time, such as walking, tennis, squash, basketball, soccer, or swimming.
7. Create a plan for managing your nutrition. Avoid the temptation to resort to sugar or fat to manage stress. Plan for more but smaller meals each day to maintain a peak performance level.
8. Plan for five servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
9. Boost your immune system with antioxidants such as dark chocolate, soy, or a glass of red wine.
10. Vitamin B supplements can help manage stress.
11. Reduce your social connections with people who negatively influence your health habits. If your friends like to eat inexpensive, greasy foods, meet them at a Starbucks, not over dinner.
12. See more friends who evoke good feelings in you. Don’t attempt to reform negative people – they only increase your stress and frustration.

For more health-related tips, check out Dr. Amora's Web site: http://www.healthiqs.com

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I agree that proper nutrition is vital if you want to reduce your stress levels. Your body needs to be nourished and your blood sugar level needs to be constant for peak mental performance.

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