2. The ability to stay cool under pressure
"Trouble comes from the mouth" - Chinese proverb
Most of us experience some level of stress in life. How we handle stressful situations can make the difference between being assertive versus reactive, and poised versus frazzled. When under pressure the most important thing to keep in mind is to keep our cool. Here are some quick tips:
A. If you feel angry and upset with someone, before you say something you might later regret, take a deep breath and try to calm down so that you can think about how to figure out a better way of communicating the issue, so that you can reduce, instead of complicate the problem. If you're still upset after taking a deep breath take some time away from the issue or situation if possible, and revisit the matter after you have calmed down.
B. If you feel nervous and anxious, put cold water on your face and get some fresh air. Cool temperature can help reduce anxiety levels. Avoid caffeinated beverages which can stimulate you nervousness.
C. If you feel fearful depressed, or discouraged, try intense aerobic exercises. Energize yourself. The way we use our bodies affects greatly the way we feel. As the saying goes-motion dictates emotion. As you experience the vitality of your body, your confidence will also grow. Some other suggestions are to go out with a few friends and engage in some really fun activities such as sports, or playing games at an arcade or to the movies and see a really good comedy movie because a good laugh or laughter will create feelings of well being.
D. If you feel overwhelmed, confused, stuck, or uninspired, go outdoors and clear your head. Go into nature and surround yourself into the beauty of color. Walk. Take deep breaths. Empty your mind. Come back with a fresh perspective.
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