Anger doesn’t happen in an instant. It takes time and extenuating circumstances creating a destructive state of mind: stress, financial worries, relational issues, health concerns, bullying, anxiety, etc. Ignored over time, one can bottle up anxiety, remorse and bitterness that will explode on the road – ROAD RAGE.
How many lives could be saved?
Whether you’re the offender (the instigator of road rage) or the victim, listening to Wellativity’s Road Rage Prevention audios regularly assists you in transforming your thinking behind the wheel. Understanding the importance of taking that essential breath and providing yourself a moment of pause is key to avoiding a dangerous, life-threatening encounter.
Listening to Wellativity’s Road Rage audios ahead of time helps you to be mindful in all driving situations. Wellativity’s Road Rage Prevention audios assist you in avoiding a confrontation. When behind the wheel and faced with an angry, reactive situation, those initial seconds are critical in deciding the positive or very negative and possibly deadly outcome.
“If you can relate, it’s suggested you take a breath and scroll down to listen to Wellativity’s Road Rage Prevention audio samples.
You’re about to take a ride on the road to curbing your rage!
Listen to Reality Check, created specifically for driver safety.
Listen to Safety First, created specifically for driver safety.
Listen to All the Rage, created specifically for driver safety.
Scott was born, raised and continues to reside in New York but has traveled extensively both within and outside of the U.S. He attended Boston University, Pace University and State University of New York at Purchase. He is a graduate of the Swedish Institute of Massage and Allied Health Sciences and is a New York State licensed massage therapist.
As a personal trainer, Scott has national certification by the American Council on Exercise and various other certifications in the health and fitness field. Having battled a physical disability as a young boy, and experienced in his own personal involvement in recovery, Scott has learned great compassion. He has a commitment to hard work and making a difference in the lives of those he interacts with. Whether Scott is speaking at an event, giving an interview, writing blogs or passionately immersed in his clients’ needs, he is not just a person who challenges people to reach for a better version of themselves, he motivates them to do so.
I attended Scott’s presentation at the Friar's Club. Hearing his passion, I was immediately captivated. Scott's a master and spoke in a very educational and entertaining way. The concepts of Wellativity are easily understood and motivated me to use the breathing conditioning techniques to improve my health and wellbeing.
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