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  • Turning Stress into an Asset
  • Turning Stress into an AssetIntroduction You constantly hear how bad stress is for you:  its damaging your health,  jeopardizing your relationships,  and hurting your performance.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetIntroduction While these risks are real, recent research is showing that work strain, when managed correctly, can actually have a positive impact on productivity and performance.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetImportant Stress is unavoidable. We live in a world of ongoing worry, change, and uncertainty. You have to get used to it. But learning to approach to stress can yield positive effects.  Stress can be good or bad depending on how you use it.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetTip 01 – Recognize worry for what it is A heightened reaction (tension in the body, heart racing) is an indicator of how much you care about the task you are about to do. Once you understand worry as an indicator rather than a symptom of dysfunction or a cause for panic, you can react to it more rationally.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetTip 02 – Reframe your stress Once youve recognized what worry is, you then need to adjust your mindset. When you are negative and worried, your brain goes into "fight or flight" mode, which limits your ability to think. If you are positive and concerned, then your brain turns to "broaden and build" thinking which allows you to process more possibilities.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetTip 03 – Focus on what you can control One of the most positive things you can do when faced with worry or anxiety is to remember what you can affect and what you cant. Far too many people spend time feeling bad about things they simply cant change.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetTip 04 – Create a network of support It is really helpful to know that you have somebody to turn to when facing a problem. Build supportive relationships when youre not stressed. Surround yourself with people who do not complain or ruminate upon things they cant change.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetTip 05 – Get some stress-handling experience The best way to learn to handle stress is through practice. If the body is not used to stress and you experience it, youll panic and it becomes a vicious cycle that needs to be broken. Pressure and fear are good because it means you are stretching. Set up experiments in which you feel stress, but can manage it.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetPrinciples to Remember - Do Think of stress as an indicator that you care about something, rather than a cause for panic Focus on the task, rather than the emotion Build relationships so that you have people to turn to in times of stress.
  • Turning Stress into an AssetPrinciples to Remember – Don´t Don´t assume your stress is going to last forever. Don´t worry about things that are out of your control. Don´t spend time with people who are negative.
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