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I would love the opportunity to write about corporate wellness for employees like myself who stress out very quickly when the day gets busy and tough. I am sure that there are many articles about this, but my approach is very different and unconventional. Yes, meditation and mindful thinking can truly be of use in the workplace, but there are the little things that can help people get by. With that being said, the five things I believe can help someone stay calm are as followed: 1. Get up and stretch in between phone calls 2. Doodle during breaks - I would then list articles proving the benefits of drawing and doodling for adults (https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/17/doodling-benefits_n_7572182.html) 3. Watch a comedy video on YouTube 4. Be open with your boss and let him or her know that you need five minutes to get up and walk around to let go of the nerves 5. Relax. You're doing great! Given I only have a certain amount of characters I can write, this is a very basic outline but I have more to give beyond these five points. Best, Brett