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Published by hpaulstanley, 2020-02-19 19:15:49






I have an important message for
stressed-out educators.

Research has found that education is a notoriously demanding,
highly stressful career. Teaching ranks as one of the most stressful
jobs, right up there with nursing and physicians.

On a Top 10 List of occupations with high burnout rates, the number
four and the number five spots are held by teachers and school
principals respectively. Educators are more prone to burnout than
attorneys and police officers.
Educators are hurting because of the stress they experience.
However, it is not only the educators that suffer; the stress they
experience creates a ripple effect that causes their students to suffer
and ultimately harms their schools.
Most educators want to make a difference in the lives of their
students, and they do. The influence they have will impact their
students for years, perhaps for the rest of their lives.

The way educators handle the stress in their lives will, at least in part,
determine if their influence is positive or negative.
I can deliver an interactive, fun, immediately helpful presentation that
will enable your audience members to more skillfully cope with stress.
As a result, they will be able to reduce the harmful impact of stress in
their own lives, in their students, and in their schools.

I can help your audience learn…

how a stressed-out educator can get stress relief QUICKLY!
At the conclusion of this presentation, audience members will have a
list of quick, easy, fun stress relieving activities that they can
begin to use immediately.
They will also know the steps that they need to take to move beyond
Rapid Stress Relief which focuses on the symptoms of stress to Real
Stress Relief which addresses the causes of stress.

How educators “grade” Dr. Stanley’s

When asked to grade Dr. Stanley's presentations, participants gave
him the following grades:

• 95% gave him an A
• 5% gave him a B
• 0% gave him a C
• 0% gave him a D
• 0% gave him a F

What audience members have said about
Dr. Stanley’s presentations...

I liked the way Dr. Stanley provided take-a-ways that can be used to

establish goals. Chandre H.

I found this presentation life changing. I have started thinking about

stress in a different way. Michelle E.

I found the presentation interesting. I especially liked the jokes. The
material that was covered was meaty and applicable to life. Janet B.

I attended this presentation because I wanted to learn techniques to

help me move forward in life. I thought the presentation has a practical

structure that I can follow in the future. I enjoyed it. Jim M.

I loved Dr. Stanley's jokes. The life experiences and examples he

shared really helped make the points clear. Deborah G.

I came to this presentation to learn how to handle situations I am

facing. I found Dr. Stanley was knowledgeable and I enjoyed his

humor. Eddie D.

I found Dr. Stanley to be a great listener and very responsive giving

very relevant answers to questions. Sidney C.


Research at the University of Missouri College of Education found...
• High stress levels are reported by 93% of elementary school

• Ongoing research is finding similar levels of stress among middle

school teachers.
• Teacher' stress levels are associated with lower student grades and

frequent behavior problems.
• Helping teachers us effective coping strategies is a must.


If my message...

If my message sounds like it would be a good fit
for your audience, I would love to connect.

For speaking inquiries please contact Becky Stanley,
Director of Client Relations,
by phone at 1(844)582-5252
or you can send us a message by clicking here.

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