3 Stress Mastery Tips to Buffer Your Stress

In my initial article, I talked about the surveys done with financial advisors right after the 2008 financial crisis and the alarming percentage of advisors who actually suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result. We don’t know how many advisors actually retired or tried to change their careers in response to the […]

By |June 16th, 2015|Blog, Self Improvement, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

How Stress Can Knock the Health Out of You!

Robert Sapolsky in his wonderful book, “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers,” said it best: “A critical shift in medicine has been the recognition that many of the damaging diseases of slow accumulation can be either caused or made far worse by stress.

Accordingly, a wealth of research has surfaced over the past 30 years showing […]

By |April 15th, 2015|Blog, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Seven Surefire Strategies for Success Over Stress: How to Build Lasting Resilience!

By Jack N. Singer, Ph.D.

Susan has been suffering a series of medical conditions, which her doctors have not been able to diagnose or treat effectively. On and off pain in her stomach, achiness in her neck and back and headaches have become a regular part of her life. Susan fears that she may have […]

By |September 18th, 2014|Blog, Self Improvement, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

3 videos by Amy Cuddy that you should watch.

There has been a lot of research into how others perceive our body language, and the importance of sending the right message. However, Amy Cuddy delves into how we are influenced by our own body language — and how a few strategic power poses can make a world […]

By |March 27th, 2014|Blog, Confidence, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Manage Job/Workplace Stress – The Golden Rule

There are many times that you apply for the job. You get the job. And the job pretty much sucks.

You often put in your best efforts, but everyone around you is dissatisfied. The reasons are beyond your understanding. Your fellow-workers are not happy with you; some of them do not hesitate to taunt you. Your […]

By |January 16th, 2014|Blog, Stress, Stress Management|0 Comments

Advising the Advisors – Part V

By Dr. Jack Singer
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach
Additional Distorted Thinking Habits for Which Advisors Should Be on the Lookout
Recall that in my last segment, I discussed the thinking patterns in which we frequently engage whenever we encounter difficult or challenging events. And, if our “Internal Critics” are allowed to run rampant, […]

By |July 22nd, 2013|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Financial Advisors, Stress|0 Comments

Advising the Advisors – Part IV

By Dr. Jack Singer
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach
Recognizing Your Distorted Thinking Habits
Recall that in my last segment, I discussed the foundation of all stress, mood and attitude issues is your “Internal Critic,” that little voice in your head that you listen to hundreds of times each day. Sadly, most of us allow […]

By |July 15th, 2013|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Financial Advisors, Stress|0 Comments

Advising the Advisors – Part III

By Dr. Jack Singer
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach
It all Starts with Your “Internal Critic”
Recall that in my last segment, Advising the Advisors – Part 2: Buffer Yourself Against the Real Cause of ALL of Your Stress, I discussed the foundation of all stress, among advisors (and anyone else, for that matter) which […]

By |July 8th, 2013|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Stress|0 Comments

Advising the Advisors – Part 2

Buffer Yourself Against The Real Cause of All of Your Stress
By Dr. Jack Singer
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach

In my initial article Advising the Advisors – Part 1, I talked about the surveys done with financial advisors right after the 2008 financial crisis and the alarming percentage of advisors who actually suffered from […]

By |June 30th, 2013|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Financial Advisors, Stress|1 Comment

Advising the Advisors – Part 1

By Dr. Jack Singer
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Financial Advisor Trainer and Coach
A Psychological Perspective of PTSD Among Financial Advisors
When we think about post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), we typically envision tornadoes, hurricanes, combat, and other life-threatening events. But PTSD is not limited to life-threatening events. For example, events threatening financial security and even career-threatening events can […]

By |June 22nd, 2013|Advising the Advisors, Blog, Sales Professionals, Stress|1 Comment