Working with Stress and Fear – Your Guide to Feeling It and Rocking the Job Anyway
A guide to handling stress in the short and long-term, including stress-relieving strategies, managing moodiness and anger, conflict, perfectionism, work anxiety, getting more done, emotional support, toxic people, procrastination, and feedback.
After years of looking for a fix, I started to realize that life isn’t about fixing the fear and stress. I was never meant to find a cure. When they say, “Feel the fear and do it anyway,” that’s not just a motivational statement. It is a fact of what we have to do if we are going to live.
Over the last decade I have finally started to see myself come to wisdom about fear and stress, if not relief. And the wisdom about this experience stretches into every part of life that I know. This book is written to share with you some of that wisdom.
About Amy Kay Watson (Columbus, Ohio Author)
Amy Kay Watson is an ICF-certified career and leadership coach in Columbus, Ohio. She serves on the board of trustees for the Compassionate Communication Center of Ohio. She is a graduate of Fielding Graduate University with a Certification in Evidence-Based Coaching, and Princeton Theological Seminary with an M.Div. She has been coaching organizational leaders and associates since 2009.
Amy has extensive speaking and facilitation experience. She was trained in the performing arts and in public speaking and has spoken for a wide variety of audiences from 3 to 300, including civic associations, Fortune 500 senior leaders (Hertz, Cargill), groups of university faculty, staff, and students, Feeding America, church leadership teams, police officers, professional organizers, and retail associates.