'Become the person who would attract the results you seek'. - Jim Cathcart 
 
'I motivate teams and individuals to: Be Well. Work Well. Sell Well' - Sam Rehan Well-being Motivator 
IGNITE YOUR DRIVE... with a powerful mix of strategies from neuroscience, embodiment, psychology, well-being and more 
 
Your Stress costs you sales, reduce your stress and skyrocket your sales. 
*In an authentic accessible way*. 
 
Growth and comfort do not coexist said Ginni Rometty. But you can learn the techniques to access more calm and confidence to remain in a successful midset... leading to more sales and clients. Sam's background includes sales roles in the pharma, software and science industries.  
 
Learn more about Stress Costs Sales, Skyrocket your Sales training:  
Arrange a call with Sam for more information and practical details 
hello@samrehan.com +44(0) 2030929593 
 
Sam gives tangible and practical advice so everyone can take immediate action, work smarter and access more happiness and health. Sam lives and models mental and physical health and  
has 30+ years of corporate work and ultimate well-being behind her. 
The International Stress Management Association 
Sam is a Professional member of The International Stress Management Association [ISMAUK], a registered charity and the lead professional body for workplace and personal Stress Management, Well-being and Performance. 
 
The ISMAUK promote sound knowledge and best practice, nationally and internationally. 
 
What is stress?  
 
Stress: ‘the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them’.  
Employees feel stress when they can’t cope with pressures and other issues. Employers should match demands to employees’ skills and knowledge. For example, employees can get stressed if they feel they don’t have the skills or time to meet tight deadlines. Providing planning, training and support can reduce pressure and bring stress levels down.  
 
In the workplace, six main areas of work design which can effect stress levels: 
1. Demands 
2. Control 
3. Support 
4. Relationships 
5. Role 
6. Change 
* As defined by the HSE (correct as of Sep 2020) 
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