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Ep 27 –  How to De-Stress Without Slowing Down or Taking Time Off with Elle Ingalls

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Ep 27 – How to De-Stress Without Slowing Down or Taking Time Off with Elle Ingalls

December 16, 2020

Ep 27 – How to De-Stress Without Slowing Down or Taking Time Off with Elle Ingalls

Do you know who’s keeping you safe in a stressful situation?

And it automatically tells your body what to do, assessing what’s going on around you and determining your options to overcome a stressful situation.

It’s called fight-or-flight❗

However, not all are can respond the same as you.

Maybe you tend to “fight” – take action – and your partner typically “freezes?” What about when your colleague feels “flight” and you feel “fight?”

In this episode, Elle and I discussed how you de-stress a situation and overcome your anxiety without slowing down.

Subscribe 🔔 and listen 🔊to this episode now❗

To connect with Elle find her links below:

Website: ElleIngalls.com

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