Most of us experience varying degrees of stress in our daily lives. For many, the demands associated with remaining competitive in an ever-changing work environment have never been higher, and the struggle to build a healthy work-life balance can seem impossible. But did you know that there is a difference between pressure and stress? Finding effective solutions to dealing with the challenges and expectations that we face regularly can have a huge impact. We need to change our mindset and approach these ‘pressures' differently. To learn more, take the time to listen to our recent podcast with our guest, Aimee Bernstein.
Aimee Bernstein, President of Open Mind Adventures, is a change accelerator with over 40 years of experience. She specializes in breakthrough coaching, developing collaborative teams and cultures, and mindfulness-in-action training. Her methodology liberates people from limited mindsets, behaviors, and energy habits, enabling them to take exponential leaps in their professional and personal development.
Aimee is a thought leader and keynote speaker in the area of stress reduction. Her book, Stress Less Achieve More: Simple Ways to Turn Pressure into a Positive Force in Your Life (Harper Collins), teaches busy leaders and their teams to use pressure– the energy of change– in developing self-mastery, powerful partnerships, well-being, and high performance while raising states of consciousness. Her approach is a blend of the energy principles and practices of aikido, psychology, meditation, and neuroscience.
Stress Less Achieve More is available in English, Arabic, and Mandarin. It was voted one of seventeen inspiring books read this past summer by Thrive Global.
Aimee's organizational clients have included Chanel, Colgate, The Ritz Carlton, The Port of Singapore Authority, MasterCard, Microsoft, Novartis Latin America and numerous universities and nonprofit organizations She also has a private coaching and training practice.
Aimee received her graduate degree in counseling psychology from Boston University and interned at Massachusetts General Hospital under the auspices of Harvard Medical School. During that time, she studied under Dr. Matt Dumont, then Commissioner of Mental Health for the state of Massachusetts. She has been listed in Who’s Who in American Women.
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