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Jenny Evans was NBC KARE 11’s Health and Fitness Expert for over four years.

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IN THE MEDIA

FAST COMPANY

“8 Ways to Energize Your Next Meeting”

A featured article Jenny Evans wrote for Fast Company on how to transform a boring, soul sucking meeting into one full of energy, focus and productivity.

 

ENTREPENEUR

“How to Channel Your Inner Caveman to Fight Stress”

“Despite our best efforts to avoid stress, it seems an inevitable part of our workday and our lives. Jenny Evans says while we may not be able to avoid stress completely, we can train ourselves to become immune to stress’ negative effects.”

 

INC

“2 Easy Changes That Will Stress-Proof Your Brain”

Inc.com interviewed Jenny Evans and showcased two simple but effective changes for making yourself stress-proof.

“One Remarkably Simple Secret to Changing Bad Habits Forever”

Bad habits are tough to break because of our inner caveman.

 

NPR

NPR, “Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me”

NPR’s weekly news game show featured a mention of Jenny’s workout plan to get “Michelle Obama arms.”

 

Recruiter

“Stress Is Inevitable: Jenny Evans Teaches Us How to Better Handle It”

“It’s not to suggest that Evans is a defeatist – she just thinks there’s a better, more productive way to tackle stress.”

 

Star Tribune

“Get Your Obama Biceps Here”

“With a little work we can all have trim and sculpted arms worthy of a White House portrait. No gym? No biggie, says Jenny Evans, the corporate performance coach who created Powerhouse Hit the Deck™ exercise flashcards for executives on the go.”

 

The Globe and Mail

“Stressed to the max? Think 10-10-10”

With stress ever-increasing, try a 10-10-10 response, advises resiliency expert Jenny Evans. Mix that with some healthier daily habits to deal with your willpower deficit and keep on an even keel.

“Why you’re feeling so stressed at work (Hint: It’s not what you think)”

In this feature Jenny talks about what’s really stressing you out and undermining your performance at work.

Jenny is a regular blog contributor to Huffington Post

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