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    Practice to work in moderate stress and handle bigger stress with ease

    For many, how to manage stress has become the most challenging task in their life. Stress is part of our life. When we work for a person or a company then the level of stress depends on our assignments, our ability to understand the work, finding easy ways to complete tasks and above all handling the stress. That would pave way for more confidence and ability to handle greater stress in future. If one can handle the stress, they can handle any problem in life for sure. Any comment please ?
  • #755041
    Whenever we undertake a project or a job then while working on it we experience some amount of stress. The source of stress maybe anything. Sometimes it is the feeling of getting failure in the task while sometimes it is the tight time schedule in which the job is to be completed. There could be many more common reasons apart from this.
    It is said that a minimum amount of stress is necessary in a job and that works as a catalyst doing the job effectively, efficiently, and in time. At the same time a large amount of stress will be counter-effective to the task.
    Managing stress is one of the most important task in our lives and people who can manage the stress effectively and in a constructive way are the winners.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #755047
    Good advice, Currently, the number of employees in the industry is less than the amount of work, so in most workplaces, an employee has to work with extra stress.
    Even now the wording of the job advertisement is that you have to have the ability to do well even under pressure. However, in order to acquire the skills to work under pressure, some requirements are required. Such as quick decision-making ability, time management, quick problem-solving ability, etc.
    Make a list of these and break the whole thing into smaller parts. Pay close attention to the most important tasks and complete those tasks on a priority basis. Keep a cool head and keep an eye on the stressful situation, so that each task is organized and completed on time.
    Finally, take care of yourself and ensure adequate rest and sleep. And it is better not to think about work while resting. You learn from difficult situations and apply that knowledge to your other work in the future. Because we have to take more responsibility in the coming days.

    Believe in the existence of God the superpower.

  • #755050
    A person who will be calm and balanced even under heavy work pressure also can handle the work more efficiently than those people who get stressed and get tension easily. One thing I noticed is that by getting tension there is no use and we will not be able to get the work done. When we get tense our minds will not work normally and we can't think normally. So the output will become less. Instead of getting stressed without losing our cool and handling our work normally with better planning, we will get better results.
    Some people will always be in a hurry and try to complete the work quickly. That is also a problem. In that hurry, sometimes people may miss some finer details and the planning will go wrong. That is why always whatever may be the workload, one should understand the work fully and plan. We may be spending a little time there but that will help us save more time later on while attending the job.
    I have seen people who do the work very effectively even under a heavy strain.

    always confident

  • #755057
    At any point, when we are stressed our concentration is lost and we may not achieve the undergoing task successfully. What is required from our end is to forget everything not related to that job and full concentration would be required how best the work can be managed effectively. Though apparently, it looks difficult but a man of strong mindset will come out of this critical phase with his own intelligence. This is exactly required without being nervous to strike the targets. With a little practice. we can achieve this art.

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