Stress Test

September 13, 2008

There are 3 pictures below that are used to test the level of stress a person can handle.
Scroll one at a time and see what you can see.

The slower the pictures move, the better your ability of handling stress.

Alleged criminals that were tested see them spinning around madly; however, senior citizens and kids see them standing still.

None of these images are animated – they are perfectly static.

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Try This at Home

September 2, 2008

Do you have a quick trick you can call on to solve problems? One of my favourite workshop tools that I share is what I call “The instantaneous stress buster device.”

Reports from the field are encouraging as this former participant shares. I asked Carol if it would be okay to share this lovely story of the power of the light heart, and she wholeheartedly agreed.

“I would like to take this opportunity to write and say thank you for the workshop. Our environment at work can be exceptionally stressful with tight deadlines. I believe that the information from your workshop will help me deal with the stress and sometimes uptight people.

I know the red nose can work at home. Last evening after a very long day – left home at 7:30 am and did not arrive home until 8:45 pm – my husband met me at the door with: the car quit and I had to walk almost 2 miles to a gas station; the water pump broke and flooded part of the basement; YOUR mother called and I had to talk to her for over 15 minutes, etc., etc., the list was getting long. I sat down my briefcase, which promptly fell open and out rolled the red clown nose. I put on the nose and turned around and smiled at him, and he began laughing. I actually got a hug.  Thanks!! Carol