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Wendy Garvin Mayo and The Stress Blueprint Are Helping the World Manage Stress

Unbeknownst to many of us, stress is the number 1 cause of several health concerns due to the many factors that come into play when dealing with stress and the many stressors that plague our society. Daily life is already troubling enough, but stress often amplifies our problems and affects our mental and physical health in various ways. Fortunately, Wendy Garvin Mayo and her company, The Stress Blueprint, are at the forefront of the healthcare industry, tackling the ongoing stress epidemic and finally kicking it to the curb.

Wendy Garvin Mayo is a Nurse Practitioner and Stress Solution Strategist with over two decades of experience in the healthcare industry. She has healthcare experience in various nursing sectors, including clinical, leadership, research, academia, and pharmaceuticals. Mrs. Mayo is the founder and CEO of The Stress Blueprint, a healthcare company that employs stress management techniques to its many reputable clients.

The Stress Blueprint empowers organizations and individuals to optimize their health and wellness through stress management coaching, workshops, and program development. The company has been doing great work since its inception, and it’s all thanks to the breadth of knowledge and expertise that Wendy Garvin Mayo provides.

Apart from all the work she has done in The Stress Blueprint, Mrs. Mayo is also the creator of the Nurse Wellness Mentorship, a mentorship program that aims to train nurses to optimize their health and wellness practices through stress management so they can serve their clients better through a variety of tried-and-tested strategies. As a result of the Nurse Wellness Mentorship nurses have reduced their stress levels by 57-100%, enhanced their occupational wellness, increased their self-care practice, and regained control of their thoughts and life.

“We have also had clients who have tapered off antidepressants and reduced visits to their therapist,” explained Wendy Garvin Mayo.

As a nurse leader who has experienced a severe amount of stress due to the global pandemic, Mrs. Mayo is the definitive authority when it comes to curbing stress levels and aligning it with her purpose to serve.

Wendy Garvin Mayo is also the host of the Nurse Wellness Podcast where she provides actionable stress management tips, insightful interviews, and strategies to inspire listeners to be their Best, do their Best, and give their Best.

Her first-hand experiences have allowed her to develop a proven model that has helped nurses and healthcare leaders reduce their stress and enhance their overall quality of life. “Stress is one of the reasons that is contributing to the nursing shortage crisis,” shared Wendy Garvin Mayo, which is why she hopes to kick the issue to the curb so nurses can provide patients with quality care in a world where stressors are at an all-time high.

In the foreseeable future, Wendy Garvin Mayo hopes to scale The Stress Blueprint to become a renowned leader in the stress management sector. She hopes to see The Stress Blueprint coaching entity, Nurse Wellness Mentorship program, as a part of the wellness programs in healthcare institutions, schools of nursing, and corporate companies.

Without a doubt, stress management is a valuable necessity in this day and age. Stress levels can be thoroughly managed with the right support, accountability, and blueprint. “Stress is not only detrimental to our mental and physical health, but it also suppresses our brilliance, preventing us from operating at our optimal level. This disrupts the impact we can have on the world,” said Mrs. Mayo.

Mrs. Mayo is available for stress management and leadership speaking engagements for individuals or groups.  

To learn more about the amazing Wendy Garvin Mayo, make sure to visit her company’s website.

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