Do you need First Aid for Stress... Read on to find out.

Firstly, we look at where you are right now, today, to identify your current mindset.

Then, we look for your negative or limiting beliefs – they must go. Those are the things blocking you, and your potential for growth and success.

Once you recognise your current mindset, you consider your life and how it currently looks. Then, you set small and more significant ‘improvement’ goals to work towards.

You’ll soon begin to recognise and own ‘the good, the true, the actual’ thoughts.

You soon begin to recognise and disown ‘the other; the lies and blocks which have prevented you from reaching your highest potential.

You’ll move away from harmful thoughts and reinforce the move from negative to positive.

You’ll learn to pave the way, to create a new set point for your mind—a level up.

You’ll see what stops you from standing in your power, your sovereignty, your strength your uniqueness.

You’ll learn and practice your strength of conviction. The power of NO. The power of boundaries.

You’ll upgrade your dealbreakers.

You’ll find clarity by answering unasked questions.

You ‘lllearn how to forgive and let go honourably, respectively, gracefully.

You’ll move on and up in life.

You’ll learn how nourish your body, nurture your mind, and feed your soul.

You’ll be able choose a new direction, new goals, and work towards them.

You’ll learn to ignore your mind-chatter, the off-putting, I can’t do that, I’m not sure.

What I realise is that self-evolution, overcoming the symptoms of stress, burnout and ME is never easy. Nor is erasing the negative mind-chatter that stops you / telling you that you can’t because….

It might be telling you that right now. If it is, that’s okay, it’s normal, natural. And I ask you to be strong. To ignore that negative belief, for I know that it is wrong.

You know, since 2008, I was full of negative self-talk that said, I was a fraud, I cannot talk, write or teach how to overcome stress. For I hadn’t.

I didn’t know enough. I was dyslexic, stupid, and lazy. I knew this to be true.

How?

My report card told my parents. My peers knew how bad my writing and my spelling was. I remember that I had to show each and every one of them at primary school one day. 

In high school, my teachers knew I wasn’t good enough, I wasn’t intelligent enough, I wasn’t putting enough effort in. I didn’t pay attention to what was being said. I was a slow learner, only good at sports. I wasn’t an academic. I failed exams, I had to repeat a year to ‘catch up’.  

Of course, I believed them. Why wouldn’t have I?

They were the experts, the adults whose job it was ‘to know’ to teach me skills I would rely on in later life.

Those opinions created layers of compelling negative mind-chatter that took nearly 40+years to break down and through. When I did, boy! It was a game-changer.

I’m curious. Did anyone teach you a simple formula that acted as a solution, the antidote for stress? If not, that’s what I’m offering to teach you, for this is not just first aid for stress, it’s an antidote that, once learned and applied, offers fast obvious results. 

Remember, 

First Aid For Stress is mindset recalibration.

First Aid For Stress accelerates your outcomes.

First Aid For Stress elevates your perspective.

First Aid For Stress exposes the lies.

First Aid For Stress puts you in control of the wheel.

First Aid For Stress heals all of you.

 

Compatibility & optimising your Maga experience

For the best experience we recommend visiting our website using either Google Chrome or Firefox if you are using a desktop device.  We’re also completely mobile/tablet friendly and compatible with Apple and Android devices.

What is a Cache? Why do I need to clear or refresh this?

A cache is a space on your device, where your browser saves copies of web pages you’ve previously visited, or items you have downloaded such as photos.  When you try to revisit those pages, or retrieve those items, the browser will look in the cache to see if there is a copy there already.  If there is, it will pull up this saved version, to speed up your search.

In some situations, you’ll want to see a brand new version of the page or item, rather than the saved version from your cache.  To do this, you will need to clear or refresh your browser’s cache first. How you do this, will depend upon what browser and device you are using. Click the image to select your browser

Google Chrome (Desktop, iOS & Android)

Firefox (Desktop)

Safari (Desktop)

Google Chrome (Desktop)

With Google Chrome open click on the three dots on the top right of of your screen

On the next menu click on “More Tools”  

And then “Clear browsing data”

On the next screen you can select the time frame you want to clear.  To clear everything make sure that the “all time” option is selected.

Check the boxes next to “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files,”

Finally, click on “Clear data”

Google Chrome (iOS)

On your iPhone or iPad, open up the Google Chrome app

Click on the three dots (you’ll see these along the bottom or at the top right)

Google Chrome (Android)

Open up Chrome on your Android phone or tablet

Click on the three dots (you’ll see these along the bottom or at the top right)

Next click on History and then on Clear browsing data

On the next screen you can select the time frame you want to clear.  To clear everything make sure that the “all time” option is selected.  Make sure the “Cookies, Site Data” and “Cached Images and Files” options are checked and then click on “Clear browsing data”,

Firefox (Desktop)

Click the menu button at the top of your screen – it looks like three stacked lines

Next choose” Options. This will open up a new window from where you will need to click on Privacy & Security 

On the page that appears, scroll down to the Cookies and Site data section of the screen.

Next Click on “Clear Data”

Uncheck the box Cookies and Site Data and leave the Cached Web Content box checked

Click on “Clear”

Finally, close the about: preferences page. This will automatically save your changes. To clear your browsing history, follow the steps above and after clicking on Privacy & Security, scroll down to the section “History”

Click on Clear History and in the panel that appears make sure that the time range is set to Everything and Browsing History & Download Data is checked. 

Click on Clear Now.

Firefox (Mobile)

Click on the menu button – it looks like three stacked lines

On the next menu that pops up, click on the “Settings option” – it looks like a cog

Scroll down the list of options and choose Data Management

This will open a menu showing which items you can choose to clear 

Click on Clear Private Data at the bottom of this menu – a message will pop up asking you to confirm this action

Safari – Desktop

Click on the Safari tab at the top of your screen and from the drop down menu choose Preferences.

This will open up a new menu from where you will need to click on the “Advanced” tab.

At the end of the tab, click on the “Show Develop menu in menu bar” box and then close the Preferences menu.

Next, you will see the Develop option appear in your top menu bar. Click on this and from the drop down menu that appears, select “Empty Caches”.

To clear your Browsing History, click on the History tab in the menu at the top. From the drop down menu that appears, choose Clear History.

You will then be asked the time period you want to clear your history for. Make your selection and then the Clear History button. 

Safari – (iPhone)

Click on the settings icon on your device’s desktop – it looks like a little cog

Scroll down the options until you see Safari and tap this

On the next menu, scroll down to the section ‘Privacy & Security’

Click on the option “Clear History and Data” – you will note the link changes from blue to greyed out once you’ve done this.