Sometimes a simple perspective change can alter a person's attitude toward stress. Understanding what drives behaviors is a great place to start.
No one can be at the top of their game 100% of the time. Admitting when you're not takes guts. Showing vulnerability can be an asset. Simply saying “I don’t know” or “I don’t have it today,” shows your human side and allow others to come to the rescue.
Stress creates urgency and helps us accomplish our daily tasks. When there is no outlet for stress, it begins to build and can become toxic, leading to burnout. Burnout is reversible if the person is willing to take an active role in resolving the underlying issues behind the stress.
Life's biggest goals often encounter resistance. Resistance is that chatter that gives us doubt, lack of confidence, forces procrastination and distracts us from achieving our life's biggest goals. By learning to overcome resistance you can achieve anything.
Fear has killed more dreams than failure ever could. Fear is found in resistance. If we can learn how to beat resistance, we can begin to achieve life's biggest goals by having the guts to dream big and see that dream to fruition. Getting past resistance is the first step in accomplishing this.
Conflict can arise anywhere and for any reason. Conflict in the workplace is especially prevalent and common. This infographic explores 9 ways to deal with conflict in the workplace with helpful hints on how to avoid, or at least reduce, workplace conflict.
Have you felt like you were working really hard and getting nowhere? Are you stuck in first gear? Try slowing down to go faster.
Life doesn't always go as planned, especially your work life. Make the best of it by utilizing these 3 ways to turn negativity into positivity.
Conflicts in the workplace can be internal, external or job specific