Stress – You
When someone utters something negative or bad about you, and of course you don’t like it. You have to choose whether to absorb it like a sponge or to roll off. You don’t have to react unkindly or hassle and haze. Your reaction is your choice. Do you wish that someone else decides your happiness? Don’t let anyone to spoil your day. An immoral response will lead to the undesired result, and again it will be one more stress to you. Practice your top-notch to maintain stress away.
Managing stress has to do with changing our perception of events and being selective in our reactions. It is coping with demanding and taxing situations with a positive frame of mind. Effective management of stress can bring forth the best in ourselves to reach greater heights of success and happiness.
A little amount of positive agile, whereas a total lack of pressure can lead to lethargy and complacency. Some individuals find deliberate ways to put pressure on themselves to improve their performance. Managing stress effectively enables us to see challenges as opportunities, not threats. Some ways to minimise and effectively manage stress are:
Set a realistic deadline.
Keep your face on goals.
Prioritise your jobs. Do the important and urgent tasks first.
Don’t fret and fume on small things. Choose to be stress-free.
Be a ‘good-doer’ and a good listener.
Laugh more often.
Rejoice in the success of others.
Live by your values.
Stay clear of negative inspirations.
Hold your self-esteem high. Stand tall
Be a good finder and a fault finder.
Read inspiring and motivating books .
Have a balanced diet and exercise regularly.
Stay up-to-date in your profession. Practise delegation.
Relax. Go on holidays. Listen to music. Relaxation renews you.
Develop a hobby. It will keep you relaxed and is an excellent energy ‘recharger’.
A frenetic pace of life adds tremendous stress and could be fatal. Learn from your experiences to turn stressful situations to your advantage. Let stress work for you as a stimulator to perform beyond the expectation. Managing stress is critical to keep your focus on your goals and for your success.
Your reaction to situations is important.
You can choose to keep stress away or let it affect you.
The 80/20 principle holds good.