The social challenges facing us in the 2020’s are radically different than those we faced even one generation ago. Meet the new leaders, or Rebuilders, who are moving us forward and learn how to apply their same effectiveness, qualities, and attributes to you own leadership.
Discovering and practicing your ideal rhythm of stress and renewal – physical, social, and spiritual – will enhance your health, strength, and resilience. Stress reactions are automatic, but to transform stress into strength, you need to become intentional about routines that activate your natural renewal systems. The proven tips throughout Stress Into Strength will help you do exactly that.
Nick Arnett has had distinguished, high-stress careers, including as a paramedic and firefighter with experience in domestic and international disasters, as well as in the corporate world as a software founder and executive. For more than 15 years, he has led and taught people how to be resilient through crises large and small. In Stress Into Strength, Nick first shows how our stress reactions and equally natural renewal systems help us to seize opportunities, rise to challenges, and cope with threats.
Healer, Silicon-Valley business guru and woodlands firefighter, Nick Arnett is well qualified to talk about stress and how to turn this basic part of life into a motivating power, always ready to teach us skills of resilience.
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Nick takes a complicated topic and simplifies it in a way that readers can understand and relate to. This is one of the few books of its kind that not only discusses the topic of stress but provides practical ways to achieve the transition of stress into strength. I would recommend this book to anyone who may be struggling with the weight of life, as well as those seeking ways to increase their resiliency.
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Nick Arnett is a Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) leader and instructor, fire chaplain, wildland firefighter/EMT, and former software founder/executive, journalist, and paramedic with experience in domestic and international disaster response in medical, communications, crisis intervention, and chaplain roles. He has led hundreds of crisis intervention responses with the Bay Area CISM Team for schools, the public, and first responder agencies, including as a consultant to California’s state fire department and other public safety agencies. He is a member of the California Fire Chaplain Association, the executive board of the California Peer Support Association, and co-chair of Santa Clara County’s Collaborating Agencies Disaster Response Effort’s pandemic emotional/spiritual response. He received a Volunteer of the Year award from the Santa Clara County Emergency Managers Association in 2012.