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Stress Sucks. It sucks your time, it sucks your energy and it sucks your productivity. Kit Welchlin is experienced in delivering proven strategies to help manage stress and increase productivity.




Stress Is Draining

Stress, burnout, fatigue. All these can be detrimental to the workplace. Starting to feel tired? Tired of your customers? Tired of your coworkers? Tired of your family? Stress attacks us physically and psychologically and drains us of our productivity and love of our personal and professional lives.

Stress Erodes Productivity

Nearly half of the nation’s workers say that job stress is destroying their mental and physical health, eroding their productivity. How much is it costing your organization when your employees are stressed? How many work days are missed and customers are lost simply because staff members don’t have the strategies to cope?

Stress Is Manageable

Kit at Seminars On Stress is experienced in delivering proven strategies to help manage stress and increase productivity. Book Kit today. He will provide your organization with tips and techniques that he guarantees will produce results.


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We all need to understand enough about stress to prevent as much of it as possible. We all need to identify and handle stress early to minimize the damage. We need psychological strategies and physical remedies to relieve the stress and increase productivity. Can you imagine a workplace where employees are motivated, energized and seeking challenge rather than being physically, psychologically and spiritually fatigued?

Kit Welchlin has delivered over 600 speeches and seminars on stress management to public and private organizations, helping employees to manage stress and increase productivity.

If you want results, contact Kit at Seminars On Stress. Kit will come to your organization, provide a seminar on stress and deliver proven strategies that will manage stress and increase productivity.


Change and Stress and
Doing More with Less

Handling Stressful Situations
and Difficult Discussions

Stress Management:
Are You a Burnout?

Work and Life Balance:
Balancing The Quickness, Quantity,
and Quality Of Your Life

STP: Stress, Time, and
Procrastination Management


Whether you are facing change in your professional or personal life, you need to be equipped with the techniques to master change and minimize the damage of stress caused by change. With shrinking budgets, and the call to do more with less, it is critical to know how to stay calm and rational, even in a crisis, and get it done at crunch time.

Attendees will Learn:


Have you ever said that you feel burned out, well, maybe you are. When physical fatigue and psychological fatigue team up, they can create burnout. Burnout isn’t something you recover from with some time off over the holidays or long weekends through the summer. If you truly become burned out, it may take years to recover.

Attendees will Learn:


When we are under stress it is hard to keep track of all of the things we are responsible for. Priorities, unreasonable deadlines, and others’ mistakes, becomes overwhelming. Effective and efficient time management techniques become crucial. Nearly 40% of the stress we feel is caused by poor time management and procrastination is often the cause.

Attendees will Learn:


In order to enjoy good health and feel a sense of well-being, you must have a good balance with professional productivity, personal recreation, and positive relationships, with the ones you live with and work with. Many of us are overachievers and it is hard to balance the demands of our careers, family, and friends.

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Posted on 18 Jan 2017 in S.O.S Video Blog | 0 comments
Is your schedule full and your stress level high? Do you have any time for distractions or delays? When others drop the ball, does it blow your stack? Often we don’t have room in our calendars for disruptions. How can we respond more effectively to delays?
When we get stuck in traffic, or the flight is delayed, or the train is late, we can start to get stressed out. But there may be a different and more positive way to look at delays in your life. I suggest you find delight in delays. When things don’t go as plan, and our schedule suffers a delay, have a list in hand of things you can do along the way. There are a number of things you can do now in this mobile world to take the pressure off. Here are a few suggestions. You can send a couple of short emails to help move other projects along. Do some brainstorming on a problem at work or at home. Review your calendar, and double check to make sure that nothing else you have committed to, is, or has, fallen through the cracks. Read that article that you just haven’t taken the time to read. Watch that video blog on how to find delight in delays on You can call your Mom or Dad for a quick chat…just to check in and catch up. You can call a friend back that you haven’t had the time call and at least leave a voice mail message. You can text a couple of people and stay in touch. You can take a couple of pictures, or review your photo gallery, and post to your social media. Simply find delight in the delays. Don’t be obsessed with the delay and with your plans being disrupted. You don’t need to feel trapped. You can feel free. You can delight in the delays Create a list of everything you would like to do, read, or consider. Keep it close and find delight in the delays. If your organization or industry suffering from significant stress, contact me at and I will deliver a presentation with physical and psychological remedies to dial down the stress factor.


Posted on 21 Dec 2016 in General | 0 comments
Nearly everybody struggles with stress. If the office is sterile and the air is stale, it might be a struggle to find some stress relief.
Recently on LinkedIn I posted an article entitled, “Twenty Scientifically Backed Ways to De-Stress Right now” written by Meredith Melnick. In the article she reminds us that the stress response of “fight or flight” helped our ancestors escape from predators and dangerous situations. Now it is slowly killing us. A couple of her stress relief strategies had to do with plants. She recommends getting a houseplant. Plants aren’t just beautiful air purifiers, they can actually help you calm down. Researchers have found that being around plants can induce a relaxation response. One study found that a group of stressed-out people who entered a room full of plants enjoyed a four-point drop in their blood pressure. The other plant-related stress management strategy in the article recommended eating a banana or a potato. Potassium helps to regulate blood pressure. People find that eating a banana or a potato when they’re feeling stressed, improves energy and recovery. If you happen to have plenty of natural light in your office, consider getting a plant or two. You don’t have to have a banana plant or a potato plant, any plant I grew up on a farm and was surrounded by corn, soybeans, alfalfa, trees, and gardens. I sometimes forget how positive it was for me. I can smell that sweet country air already. Get yourself some, too. Get a plant or two and relieve some stress today. If your organization is struggling with stress, contact me at and I will deliver a speech or seminar on stress management that will save your staff.


Posted on 16 Nov 2016 in General | 0 comments
Have you ever been casually driving your car and then realize that the radio is off, the phone is on silent, and you feel relaxed and calm?
Ever been working in your office alone, in the quiet, and feel less stressed? What about requesting silence ever once in awhile? Life is noisy: from our households, to our offices, to our entertainment choices. Much of our personal and professional lives are filled with noise. Music, television, radio, and podcasts fill our ears. And, some of these physical noises can cause stress. Keep in mind, our central nervous system reacts or responds to each and every sound. Hormones are released, heart rate increases and decreases, and our blood pressure changes. A World Health Organization report called it noise pollution. Their report suggests this exposure to environmental noise has adverse effects on our health. Some studies claim noise pollution can cause distress, sleep loss, high blood pressure, hearing loss, and have a negative impact on overall health. Loud noises raise stress levels by activating the brain’s amygdala and causes the release of the stress hormone cortisol. Some sounds are calming, like a babbling brook, or the distance sounds of nature. Nice, but not readily available. Try scheduling several five-minute quiet sessions spread throughout your day. Even two minutes of silence can be more relaxing than listening to relaxing music, noted by changes in blood pressure and blood circulation to the brain. The key to peacefulness is to let go of both external and internal noises to minimize stress. A few times a day, find a quiet place, go to a window, look out to the landscape, breathe deeply and slowly, quiet your mind, and idle down.


Posted on 19 Oct 2016 in S.O.S Video Blog | 0 comments
You’ve heard about this stress management stuff for years. It is important to have a few techniques to use throughout the day to manage the stress.
Did you know, in 30 percent of cases, what the first sign of heart disease is? Sudden cardiac death – a heart attack. There are many benefits to managing stress: reductions in occurrences of and the severity of the common cold, depression, anxiety, muscle tension, chronic pain, road rage, anger, insomnia, skin rashes, digestive tract disorders, diabetes, and hypertension. Unfortunately some people manage stress by self-medicating through eating too much, spending too much, or maybe smoking or drinking. According to the Wellness Council of America, take away smoking and poor diet, and stress is considered by many experts to be one of the top lifestyle risk factors for heart disease. Overall, experts estimate 75-90% of all doctor visits are for stress related conditions. If stress is a risk factor in your case, you might not get any warning before you find out that your level of stress has been too high. Of course there are long-term benefits to stress management, like reducing the chances of early cardiac arrest. But don’t forget the immediate benefit of less stress and more enjoyment of your life today. Practice stress management techniques. Make it a lifestyle. Enjoy the benefits. Pick up a few more stress management strategies to keep it fresh. Stress is the wear and tear caused by life. Stress management is a big deal. The strategies, however, are not that hard to do. Learn a few techniques, work them into your daily schedule and live a long, happy, healthy life.


Posted on 26 Sep 2016 in General | 0 comments
Have you heard of a worrywart? Is worrying a problem?
I remember hearing one time, that most of what we worry about never happens. Some things we worry about; already have happened and we just haven’t accepted them. We also worry about needless healthcare concerns. Am I going to get the flu? Am I going to develop heart disease? All you can do is eat well, get adequate rest, and engage in a little exercise. The rest is fate. Some things we worry about are petty. That’s the day we don’t like how our hair looks, isn’t that funny, that’s the day we get the most compliments about our hair. But when we do worry, we need a proven strategy to minimize the damage. Here are some thoughts: Write it down. Make a list of your worries. Identify what you are really worried about. When worries come into your mind, consciously say to yourself, “I’m going to write this down, I’m not going to worry about this now.” Redirect your thoughts and energy and later, review the list when you can actually do something about it. When you write down your worries, it removes your anxiety from trying to remember. Later, you can turn what would have been anxiety, into energy, and take action. Get a pencil and a pad of paper. Write down your worries. Worrying can be destructive to our physical and psychological wellbeing. Worrying can wear us down, along with everyone else around us. Write down your worry, brainstorm solutions with others, take action, and watch worry wash away!

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