FREE “Chill Skills” to Take the Edge Off

In these uncertain and troubling times, it’s natural to feel a bit out of sorts.

It doesn’t help that many of us can feel that being stressed is normal, and that “good stress” enhances productivity. And while we can’t always control what the world does, we do have some control over how we react to things.

One of the best approaches is learning how to relax.  Yes, you read that right: Learn how to relax.

Our good friend Eli Bay, a pioneer in stress management for over 35 years, has just compiled some of his most effective strategies and techniques into a FREE 12-part online offering you can access right now!

Eli has taught his methods to tens of thousands of people through his Relaxation Response Institute in Toronto, and through corporate and government programs he’s facilitated in Canada and around the world.

“By working through the stress-relieving exercises included in my program, you’ll discover what works for you, since there’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to managing stress,” says Eli.

This program, which would typical cost around $600, is now completely free online. As Eli says, “Give yourself permission to relax by learning how easy it is to develop the skills that work best for you.”

To learn more from Eli directly, listen to this brief podcast where Blade’s Wayne S. Roberts interviews Eli about the subject:

Still not convinced? Check out Eli’s article on cutting through pandemic stress on Thrive Global.

Access these FREE stress management courses here:


Wayne S. Roberts

The Globe and Mail calls Wayne S. Roberts "an ad industry provocateur." Maybe its because he's never seen the point of playing by the ad game rules that place awards above results, while offering spec work instead of real value to win accounts. Throughout his career, Wayne has maintained a defiantly independent streak characterized by his insistence that agencies must be honest, direct and passionately invested in their clients' success. His pioneering work in espousing the brand community perspective has been a touchstone of his belief that branding is more than just logos, websites and ad campaigns; it is the fundamental way human beings connect with each other to create communities and launch movements that have changed our world.

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