“Scattered and unfocused.”
“Start but don’t finish.”
“People walking all over me.”
Farmers shared these words and phrases with me in reference to the stress and anxiety they experience on a daily basis.
I have a secret weapon that helps me with the stress and anxiety I experience in my farm life and I’m sharing him with you today — my psychotherapist husband, Marc Rott.
Marc has a private practice, in our small town, and there’s often a waiting list for patients to get an appointment.
Here’s the link to get the FREE guide: click here
There’s a lot of misconception and misuse of the words “stress” and “anxiety.”
We all experience stress in our lives, but when does it become a diagnosis or symptom that affects our lives and decisions?
And the answer is “it depends.”
In the video, Marc talks about the difference between stress, anxiety, and ways to manage them.
He also talks about identifying what you can control and what you can’t.
When you can shift your mindset and identify situational stressors, you’re able to manage your stress and handle things you can’t control.
Now you might be asking yourself, “But Charlotte, you teach farm marketing, why are you talking about stress and anxiety?”
Here’s what I know — the more I’m able to manage stress and anxiety, the better my farm business is.
And if I have a tool that will help you improve your farm business, then it’s my duty to share it with you.
Creating a life with less stress means you’ll:
- Feel more creative + confident + healthy + energized
- Scale business with freedom and ease
- Be more productive + focused
- Enjoy talking with customers
Marc has helped me tremendously with establishing a healthy mindset.
And the more help I get, the more I’m able to live life with less stress. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to say I live a stress-free life, but as time goes on, as more stressors arise, I’m able to manage them and keep a happy, healthy balance even in the midst of chaos.
This is my hope for you, too.
So to help farmers with their stress and anxiety (this is a very common problem) I invited Marc to join me for a session.
Watch the video here:
In the video, you’ll learn:
- The key difference between stress and anxiety (and why it’s important to know the difference)
- What is a situational vs. ongoing stressor (and how to identify it)
- The key difference between “managing” events and “controlling” them
- What the most important element to stress management includes
- How to maintain a positive work/life balance
- What necessary tools you need to manage stress and anxiety
After you watch the video, let me know what hit home the most in the comments below.
I’d love to hear your thoughts and know if this was helpful to you.
Thanks for being here,