© 2016 by Eric Parmenter

#STOP! The crazy morning

July 7, 2016

The purpose of this blog is to highlight behaviors to #STOP! doing in order to reduce stress, enhance joy and to live a life in pursuit of purpose. 

 

I hope each blog post will stand on its own but taken in whole, I hope that you will learn more about behavioral science, neuroscience, behavioral economics and positive psychology.  Also, because change is constant and what holds you back today may be different from what we may struggle with at different points in your life, I hope that this blog will provide fresh insights and discoveries. 

           

There are many behaviors to #STOP! in order to dramatically improve our life.  I use three broad categories of behaviors; #STOP! Ignoring Your Health, #STOP! Hindering Your Work, and #STOP! Holding Back Your Life.

 

If you run out the door in the morning late for your first meeting, with no time for breakfast, spilling your coffee as you tie your necktie in the car, checking your smartphone at stop lights because you will be in back-to-back-back meetings and calls all day long, eating fast-food at your desk because you only have 15 minutes to eat, then maybe it’s time to #STOP! and do a behavior tune-up.  #STOP! skipping breakfast.  How often do you have this kind of day?  This is an expert audience.  I’m interested in your observations on morning behaviors that people do that are ignoring their health, hindering their work or holding back their life?

 

I welcome your feedback.

 

Joy to you!

Eric Parmenter

Author of “STOP! 21 STOPs to Reduce Stress and Enhance Joy”

 

 

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