Recently 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 negative, self-defeating, distorted thoughts to interfere with our work every day—unless we become aware of our thinking habits and take charge of them.
The negative messages that pass through your mind immediately lead to muscle tightening, rapid breathing, and perspiring. These physiological responses are perceived as “stress,” so the more we allow these self-limiting thoughts to continue unabated, the more stress we suffer.
Working from home is sort of like Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities – it can be the best of times, and it can be the worst of times. At the best of times, being a work-at-home professional is empowering, liberating, profitable, and stressful. At the worst of times, working at home is anxiety-ridden, stifling, and stressful. Notice a common denominator?
His expertise includes a Doctorate in Industrial / Organizational Psychology and a Post-Doctorate in Clinical / Sports Psychology. Jack has been recognized with Diplomates from the American Academy of Behavioral Medicine, the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, and he has been awarded with a special Diplomate in Sports Psychology from the National Institute of Sports Professionals. Dr. Jack has taught in the Psychology departments of seven universities, including four years as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Dr. Jack has been in private practice and consulting for 33 years and the rich variety of Dr. Jack’s experience ranges from training serious athletes and teams to consistently reach peak performance levels…keynoting conferences for corporations and associations....to designing team building ‘re-TREATS’ for Fortune 1000 corporations, and large legal and medical practices.
For 33 years, Dr. Jack has been engaging audiences from Miami to Malaysia, with his powerful, customized speeches. He believes that every person is gifted, but most people keep their gifts under wraps for years, buried under fear of failure, lack of confidence and self-doubt. His speeches are directed at teaching his audience members exactly how to unwrap their gifts, find sparks of possibility and fan them into flames of accomplishment!
In short, his passion is to help all of his clients and audience members to add life to their years and years to their lives!
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- Dr. Jack SingerLicensed Clinical Psychologist, Sport Psychologist, Marriage, Family & Relationship Therapist, Professional Speaker, present