Stress Infographic: The Effects of Stress and Warning Signs

We made our first ever infographic! This stress infographic shares the primary and secondary signs of stress, as well as the warning signs of stress.

In order to avoid stress, we need to be able to recognize our warning signs - it's this awareness that allows us to take action and do something about it.

This stress infographic has (so far) been shared to Pinterest over 6000 times!

Enjoy! Warmly, Emma-Louise

NOTE: Want to share JUST this Stress Infographic (and not the whole article)? Right-click (or Ctrl+Click on a Mac) to save the full-size infographic below to your device, then simply share the saved infographic direct from your device!

Source: This infographic was created and updated with a TOTALLY new style from our FREE Effects of STRESS & Warning Signs Mini-Poster (available as a brandable Microsoft Word document)

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Emma-Louise Elsey has been coaching since 2003 and is the Founder of The Coaching Tools Company and Fierce She's passionate about coaching and personal development. Originally a project and relationship manager for Fortune 500 companies she combined her love of coaching, creativity and systems to create over 100 brandable coaching tools, forms and exercises including 30+ completely free coaching tools. She now serves coaches and the coaching world through her exclusive newsletter for coaches, Coaches Helping Coaches Facebook Group and many other great tools for coaches, plus resources and ideas for your coaching toolbox. The Coaching Tools Company is an official ICF Business Solutions Partner.

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  1. Leslie

    Thanks so much for this graphic. I will use it not only with clients but as a reminder to myself.

  2. Mary E. Travostino

    Emma-Louise, you and your Team are so faithful to all of us! Thank you for being such a driving force in my life and all your fans! Be well and have a blessed week!

  3. Kim

    Thanks you, this and your poster are great. During COVID-19 we are working with frontline workers in South AFrica and those working in the rural areas. Are we able to make this info available to them as a resource? We are really concerned about their levels of stress and burnout.


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