Work Stress Management Tips.

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What use is the knowledge of stressors, agents that causes stress, if no action would be taken after all to terminate them from existence? Then, I guess, it’s better off not knowing.  Because nothing would be done about it anyways. As a result, managing work related stress has been our focus ever since the causes of these has been taught.

Moreover, ‘Proud Me’ provides you with the most effective techniques for managing stress at work. We present these as comprehensive as possible and in an ‘easy-to-follow-and-understand’ manner. This would surely take you a long way as you journey your mission of striving for excellence at your workplace, and primarily, becoming the “you” that satisfies the circumstances perfectly and achieves every task at hand. Likewise, ultimately producing results with an outcome of excellence.

This is ‘Proud Me’ making that possible.

Effective methods for long-lasting work stress relief.

Oh yes, most certainly, you have stumbled across several of these. But, nothing’s wrong with stumbling again. Lol.

Anyways, the mere fact is stress is a broad topic. Although, intensely focused on the human body. It is interlinked by the diverse locations of occurrence and forms of disturbance. And even more often than not, interlinked by the same solutions too.

Now, with that being said, check out these work stress relief tips we cooked up to help you in your journey of managing stress at work.

Work Stress Management Techniques:

  1. Control Time Apportionment and Goals

Honestly speaking, this is one of the most overlooked work stress tips ever introduced. Many tend to see this as the least important – as its effectiveness are not visibly seen if not carefully observed. But actually, it does a superb job in painting a clear picture of the aim, target, goal, or vision. Therefore, making tasks, circumstances, and work demands a whole lot to handle. However, one has to set realistic goals and time frames for the effectivity of such a stress management tool to manifest at an increasing level. In addition, over scheduling only arouses stressors to work with greater influence due to your inability to handle all the commitments set.

  1. Reconsider All Meeting Appointments

Effective meetings should serve essential purposes. It must count as an opportunity to pass on important information and solve critical problems. Thereby, if a meeting does not host these criteria, it must be reconsidered. As, meetings either work at your advantage or weaken your work efficiency. As a result, they must only occur when interactions are needed. If not, you stand the chance of spending precious time attending unnecessarily time-consuming and ineffective meetings Thus, restricting your ability to accomplish crucial objectives at work. And then again, contributing to work related stress. However, considering which meeting is worth holding would surely reduce stress drastically. Furthermore, you should also consider punctuality in starting and ending a meeting. Likewise, following an agenda each time it is held.

  1. Base Time Decisions on Analysis

Take a moment and review your time division between daily activities. Now, let’s see. Do you invest more of your focus in profitably beneficial events or activities that would better improve your life and organization or that would efficiently meet the work demands levied upon you? Okay, how about your task execution – do you tend to accomplish more important objectives more often than the least vital ones? Mmm, I see. Well, if all your answers are ‘No’ and not ‘Yes’ or maybe ‘Yes’ to one and ‘No’ to the other – then – you need to learn the essence of ‘Prioritization’.   This here is a great stress reliever. And, not doing it would only contribute to your stress at work.

First off, you must learn to decide or distinguish between your increasingly piling work demands – which objectives fall within two major categories: Urgent or Important. Must it be done now or can it be done later? Does it need quick response or could it wait for a while? Or which must be done first, this dude here or that guy there?

These are the factors we must consider to properly undergo work stress management using this method. Here are four sub-categories, of the main two, you can use to effectively execute this method:

  • Not Urgent but Important
  • Urgent and Important
  • Not Urgent and Not Important
  • Urgent but Not Important

Learn to focus all your attention and majority of your time on things that fall into the first two categories.

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6 comments

  1. Solid, always Kingsley.

    I might even add, learn to schedule breaks between your meetings and appointments. Use them to regroup, refocus and relax. If the day constantly has you on the go with no breaks, you are sure to become increasingly stressed and eventually burn out.

    By taking small breaks (5-10) minutes, it allows you the opportunity to clear the mental and emotional fatigue that surely comes on.

    1. Thanks, Joel. That’s a solid point too. And like the saying goes, “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy”. I believe that speaks more than just having fun. It also implies a certain ‘break period’ that should be given to the industrious – those that have ‘worked’ their way to the goal. So therefore, Joel, asides the many other stress relievers – ‘Rest’, can also be considered as an effective method to take on board.

      All the best to you, friend!! 🙂

  2. Kingsley, thanks for sharing this wonderful stress management tips. Been always stress at work recently and I think it’s affecting my performance. Keep up the great work!

  3. Thank you, Tristan, for your amiable comment. Your comment was very much appreciated. And yes, stress does have a massive negative effect on performance and productivity when it isn’t controlled effectively. As a result, I appeal to you to do everything in your power to apply these techniques. Thanks again 🙂 .

    Success to You!! 😀

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