Albuquerque, NM, June 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- 40% of workers report their job as being very or extremely stressful. Often the source of the stress at work is associated with work relationships. However there are strategies and methods one can use to improve work relationships. On June 29, 2010, at the RoadRunner Food Bank in Albuquerque, at 9:30 a.m., there will be a one day retreat that is open to the public. It is called Letting Go of Stuff and Diffusing Difficult Relationships.
History and statistics show that improving work relationships will reduce stress within an organization, as well as within a marriage, friendship, and a professional association outside of work. If one can master or at least get good at being in a relationship, then one can better manage the normal stuff that comes along with that relationship.
According to the Lincolnshire Echo Newspaper there is even more to know. Single people worry twice as much as married couples. Their main concern is if they will ever have children. One in 20 women are 'extremely worried' about frivolous things. Statics gathered by InsideOut Learning, Inc. from Letting Go of Stuff seminar attendees show that 92% of what people worry about are frivolous. 8% of what most people worry and stress about are controllable items that matter.
The one day retreat will in Albuquerque feature Crista F. Benavidez and Darren L. Johnson. Both are local to Albuquerque and experts, in relationship building and letting go respectively. Darren conducts Letting Go of Stuff® seminars across the country and Crista has conducted communication seminars nationally as well. Together they bring powerful messages, techniques, and expertise.
For more details about this one day event go to http://www.SeminarsAndRetreats.info or call 505-340-3711.