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Make Use of Work Pressure

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  • Release on:2014-10-20
Make Use of Work Pressure

What would you say when you are under work pressure, "stressed out and frantic"
or "challenged and energized"? There is very little physiological difference
between the two, says a growing contingent of experts who claim works stress
has an upside. These experts believe that stress can strengthen you or tear you
down. In most cases, you can choose.

Give stress a good name why recent work stress -- it's an indicator that your
career is advancing. Think of a heavy work load as an exciting opportunity to
push yourself, learn new skills and show your mettle. Complaining depletes your
energy; instead greet an overloaded day with optimism. Tell yourself, "This is
a challenge i am capable of handling."

Put it in perspective sometimes it's impossible to talk about the positive side
of stress -- say your computer crashes and you lose valuable work -- but you
can moderate your reaction. Rate your distress8 on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being
mild irratation and 10 extreme panic or anger. Now, rank the importance of the
situation from 1 ( a notice ) to 10 ( you're fired ). If your distress ranks
higher than the seriousness of the situation, ask yourself: Is this something i
will remember in four years, four months, four days? Then downshift your
response accordingly, saving your emotinal energy for disasters.