The Global Stress Summit is back for 2020, and it couldn’t come at a more opportune time! It runs live this Saturday April 18th.

If you have been following me for a while, it wont surprise you to hear that up to 90% of all medical visits are stress-related. But talking about the health dangers of stress often just makes us more stressed. 

The good news is that the research is clear: stress doesn’t have to break us down or burn us out. In fact, it might be the most important element of positive growth and transformation.

The key is making sure we have the capacity to deal with the demands of our circumstances, which includes elements of physical, emotional, spiritual and social energy and connection. 

I am delighted to share with you an exciting opportunity to learn more about specific strategies to transform stress into growth and fuel for success with my good friend Dr Heidi Hanna in the upcoming FREE Global Stress Summit 2020.

In addition to receiving access to over 30 expert interviews with leading researchers and thought leaders, as well as free gifts and bonus training opportunities designed to enhance your learning experience – your participation in the summit will give you exclusive access to tools to help you uncover your unique relationship with stress and techniques you can apply immediately to reduce the negative consequences of unmanaged stress in your life and relationships.

You will also have access to the groundbreaking Stress Mastery Brain Fitness Assessment (The Stress 360™), and a unique opportunity to have a personal debrief experience with the co-creators of the assessment, Dr. Evian Gordon and Dr. Heidi Hanna.

If you ever feel overwhelmed by the stress of life, sign up for FREE now and stream in live on Saturday, April 18th, to a groundbreaking event you don’t want to miss!

For more information and to register now, please visit:

Take care for now,


PS Tip: find an accountability partner to go through the summit with you, and harness the power of support to dramatically shift your relationship with stress. Together we can make our seemingly chaotic world more peaceful, calm and collaborative. 

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