Bruce Cryer

April 22, 2014

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The work we have to do in our jobs and in our lives can become overwhelming. We don’t always have control over the number of decisions we need to make, but we can control the way in which we approach those decisions.

In this HeartMath Moment Bruce Cryer helps us to find the balance between making choices from our hearts and from our heads to work more efficiently and more effectively.

“The most basic of all human needs is the need to understand and be understood. The best way to understand people is to listen to them.” – Ralph Nichols

In this HeartMath Moment Bruce Cryer discusses how simple listening techniques can improve workplace communication.

You can’t always predict what is going to happen when you have to present to an audience, large or small.

In this HeartMath Moment, Bruce Cryer gives you advice on how to Prep for the unexpected.

No matter how well we care for ourselves, none of us are immune to health issues.

In this HeartMath Moment, Bruce Cryer shows you how stress and emotions can impact your health and how continued use of the Quick Coherence® Technique can improve your health, energy and attitude!

Summer is here! The kids are out of school. The weather is beautiful. It’s time to pack your bags and hit the road. Although vacations can be fun and refreshing getting there can be stressful.

In this HeartMath Moment, Bruce Cryer shares his insights into using the HeartMath Prep technique to make for a successful vacation experience.

Our mental and emotional diets determine our overall energy levels, health, and well-being. Every thought and feeling, no matter how big or small, impacts our inner energy reserves.

In this HeartMath Moment, CEO Bruce Cryer shares his personal experience of recovering from illness. Taking the time to prepare in advance for a major health event, such as surgery, can create a state of ease to help avoid overwhelming feelings of fear, anxiety and impatience, making the healing process a more positive experience.

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