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Book aimed at stress-busting

A Grantham businesswoman has written a book aimed at helping stressed-out small business owners.

Maureen O’ Callaghan, of Maureen O’ Callaghan Training and Mentoring, decided to write ‘Success Without the Stress’ after 20 years’ experience of leading teams in high-pressure corporate environments and running her own business.

Maureen says the impact that stress can have on physical and mental health is well known, and the book aims to help business owners understand the pressures and challenges of running a business, and how to best manage them.

Maureen O'Callaghan (6415191)
Maureen O'Callaghan (6415191)

The book draws on tried and tested management theory and practice, up-to-date research, and Maureen’s own personal insights on topics such as building confidence and self-esteem, developing an authentic and powerful personal brand, avoiding negative thinking habits, and building emotional resilience.

There is also an interactive element in the form of activities that can help readers apply what they have learned.

Speaking about ‘Success Without the Stress’, Maureen said: “I saw a need for a book that would give small business owners the information and advice I wish I had been given when I started out.”

Success Without the Stress by Maureen O'Callaghan (6468349)
Success Without the Stress by Maureen O'Callaghan (6468349)

For more details on the book and to buy it go to http://www.successstore.com/success-without-the-stress.html

Maureen currently works freelance as a trainer and mentor developing and delivering initiatives designed to improve the wellbeing and performance of individuals, teams and organisations.

Maureen has set up and run her own small businesses, including social enterprise Now Unlimited which was a runner-up in the Grantham Journal Business Awards in 2017 in the Best Social Enterprise category.


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