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Copy of Lateral Brainstorming
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FOCUS on your work
and do not get
Keep an assistant to help
you with the work and ease the work load.
A bold, talented and a stressful manager needs a way to ease out the work load and get used to the work pressure because he has lost confidence in himself and his talents
Entertainment is an easy solution to
ease the pressure and keep you
Take advice from your Parents and elders,
because they know what pressure is and
how to deal with them.
Go out for movies
Make friends at
make things easy.
Help others with
their problems, it helps in boosting our confidence
Do not look at other's
success and get jealous.
Try spending time with your friends
Look for another job where
you are comfortable.
Request your senior to ease
down the pressure on you
Visit a counselor
Go out on a weekend
vacation with your friends.
Try Bungee Jumping!
Play games, especially outdoor games which you love.
Bring out the real talent, i.e creativity and imagination in whatever way He wants to everyday, atleast for an hour or so.
Do not think of how much work is left, rather feel confident about the work you have completed.
Take one work at a time, rather than doing everything together and messing everything up.
Make small and realistic goals.
Divide your work smartly so that you do not get stressed up.
Celebrate small goals and achievments
Careful planning and honest
communication can help
win a reasonable workload
Talk with the bosses
before problems erupt.
CALMNESS IS THE KEY!
Take responsibility for
improving your physical
and emotional well-being
Avoid pitfalls by identifying knee
jerk habits and negative attitudes
that add to the stress you experience
Learn better communication
skills to ease and improve your
relationships with management
Regular exercise is a powerful stress reliever.
Get enough sleep!
Cultivate a friendly
Prioritize and Organize
Create a balanced schedule. Analyze your schedule, responsibilities, and daily tasks. All work and no play is a recipe for burnout. Try to find a balance between work and family life, social activities and solitary pursuits, daily responsibilities and downtime. Don’t over-commit yourself. Avoid scheduling things back-to-back or trying to fit too much into one day. Drop tasks that aren't truly necessary to the bottom of the list or eliminate them entirely. Try to leave earlier in the morning. Even 10-15 minutes can make the difference between frantically rushing to your desk and having time to ease into your day. Plan regular breaks. Make sure to take short breaks throughout the day to take a walk or sit back and clear your mind. Also try to get away from your desk or work station for lunch. Stepping away from work to briefly relax and recharge will help you be more, not less, productive.
Prioritize tasks. Make a list of tasks you have to do, and tackle them in order of importance. Do the high-priority items first. If you have something particularly unpleasant to do, get it over with early. The rest of your day will be more pleasant as a result. Break projects into small steps. If a large project seems overwhelming, make a step-by-step plan. Focus on one manageable step at a time, rather than taking on everything at once. Delegate responsibility. You don’t have to do it all yourself. If other people can take care of the task, why not let them? Let go of the desire to control or oversee every little step. You’ll be letting go of unnecessary stress in the process.
Be willing to compromise.
Reduce Job Stress by Taking care of yourself.
Resolve Conflicts Positively
Resolving conflict in healthy, constructive ways can strengthen trust between people and relieve workplace stress and tension. When handling emotionally-charged situations, stay focused in the present by disregarding old hurts and resentments, connect with your emotions, and hear both the words and the nonverbal cues being used. If a conflict can’t be resolved, choose to end the argument, even if you still disagree.