by Stress Circuit Breaker · Filed Under: General Updates
Stress Relief Blog was founded by Cecil McIntosh of Emptyyourcup.com. He is the EYC™ Stress Relaxation Expert who has been teaching the secret strategies for busy business people and working moms to stay focused, get more done and find more time. And interestingly enough he does it all from the suburbs of Mississauga Canada.
Cecil was born and raised in St. Michael, Barbados. His parents immigrated to England in 60’s and he was cared for by his grand parents and the extended family of his community. His family was finally reunited in 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he has spent the last 36 years.
After a successful career in sales he began to experience health issues like excruciating back pain. After struggling with traditional methods like the doctor and chiropractor, he discovered how to heal his back pain from practicing Relaxation and Meditation.
The stress relief of no longer having back pain resulted in the end of his sales career and marriage. It was also the beginning of a deep transformation which was his calling. This experience which started 14 years ago heralds a new approach to living in the moment and the Empty Your Cup® Process.
The EYC™ Process is a system of secret strategies for busy business people and working moms to stay focused, get more done and find more time.
Over the last 14 years this system of living in the moment, utilizing cutting edge technologies and accelerated learning have allowed busy business people and working moms to profoundly increase their productive while maintaining a healthy life style. This brings me to the challenges of information overload.
How does information overload prevent you from taking a break?
One of the important challenges today is information overload. If you receive email or check out your mail box lately, then you now what I am talking about. The technology is great and some of the information is useful, but how the heck do you find the time to integrate all this material in a practical manner without getting stressed out?
What was Ok today is now obsolete tomorrow.
So the challenge is how do you handle the change of a divorce, a financial crisis and all the other stresses of the day and still find balance?
How the teachings and the tools can help you find balance?
Thanks to the invaluable teaching and tools of the Empty Your Cup® Process, Cecil has been able to systematically take you by the hand and help you find balance between your business and you health. Stress will always be in your face, it is how quickly you become aware that you’re stressed and take the necessary action.
How the Stress Relief Blog will help you stay focused, get more done and find more time?
The site is designed to help you find stress relief in any situation.
. Stress Relief blogging
. Video Blogging
Understanding the anatomy of a negative thought and destroying your myths about relaxation will allow you to experience your passion.
How knowledge helps you to stay focused?
You have heard the saying that knowledge is power. The power to stay focused is usually lock up in a state of ignorance.
When you move from the state of ignorance that you ‘have to” be always busy, “have to” be in a hurry or “have to” suffer from pain, to understanding the secret strategies and tools - It will get you instant stress relief.
Whether you’re struggling or successful doesn’t matter. Where you live or do business does not matter. Nor does it matter what your niche, profession or interest.
14 years of teaching the Empty Your Cup® Process has now revealed the secret strategies for staying focused get more done and find more time is now here and instantly available online.
When you are ready to begin to find your passion and avoid pain, check out the
Sooner or later the need for stress relief and or health issues will force you to step up to the plate and take some ACTION – consider one of Cecil’s recommended programs.
To get started visit http://www.emptyyourcup.com
Remember these tools are designed FOR busy business people and working moms by busy business people and working moms.
“If you always live in the past then there is no future.”