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Journal EntryMental tools for your performance arsenal
There are concrete actions you can take to help your performance when you need it most – check them out here.
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Journal EntryAre you tough enough…mentally?
Are you mentally tough? See if you’ve got the 4 Cs. Develop these traits and maintain them.
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Journal EntryWhen “moral injuries” add to PTSD pain
PTSD can haunt Warfighters with lingering fear or inner conflict called “moral injuries.” Learn more about this phenomenon.
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Journal Entry D source codeFinding the “new normal”
After a major trauma, illness, or life-changing event, it is often necessary to adapt your lifestyle and create a new version of what feels “normal.”
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Journal EntryRules for a successful performance plan
There are specific strategies you can use when setting up a performance-enhancement plan. Check out the “Ten Rules.”
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Journal EntryA stimulating topic: drug abuse
Learn about stimulant drugs—controlled substances that have potentially serious side effects and can be addictive.
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Journal Entry D source codeWhat is “Total Force Fitness”?
Do you know what “Total Force Fitness” is? It’s a Department of Defense model for building and maintaining health, wellness, and resilience.
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Journal EntryThe ABCs of stress
The ABCs of stress explain how much stress you feel and why. Learn how they can be turned into strategies for stress management.
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Journal Entry“STOP” what you’re doing and read this…
Learn a quick “STOP” technique to help you make better decisions under pressure.
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Journal EntryStress: Learn to deal with it together
When dealing with stress, manage the source of the stress as well as the stressful feelings.
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