Stress and Chaotic Work Life At some point in time, you would all have felt the pressure of an upcoming office deadline after an already
We live in a competitive world where stress is common. When the symptoms are screaming at you, your body needs to rest. Saying “No” and making the effort to change requires courage. Yes, there is apprehension. However, all you desire is often found on the other side of fear. Learn to forgive and let go. Empathy allows you to see things from a different viewpoint, even if you don’t agree with it.
The better way to deal with your worries and anxiety is to steer your life in a more exciting direction. It boosts your self-esteem and gives you the courage to achieve your goals. This shift in attitude from stress to excitement has a positive effect on your job performance and professional life. As a result, your personal life, fitness, and overall wellbeing are all improved.
We can not make progress in terms of work-life balance if we step up our productivity but take on more and more work.
We’ll find ourselves at the mercy of conditions and external pressures if we do not set limits.
So taking small actions, prioritising and moving in one direction will be of great help.
It’s impossible to please everyone. Saying ‘yes’ can be draining all the time, and you need to draw a line on when and how to say ‘no’. It is best to keep the reason short and clear when saying
Two tips I’ll leave you with:
1. With a soft smile, say ‘no’.
2. Follow up after saying ‘no’ so that the other party understands you didn’t just say ‘no’ thoughtlessly.