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Anxiety isn’t the same as stress, but they are related.
Instead of trying to calm your way out of anxiety, reframe the feelings as excitement and convert performance-related anxiety into goal-busting arousal congruency—a fancy term for channeling that sense of adrenaline that comes from high-anxiety situations into a positive effort.
Use your anxiety to access feelings of accomplishment.
Tim Ferriss recommends going further to manage anxiety-induced low productivity. Set aside three hours to complete one small task, even if that means putting off other urgent tasks. Taking your time to get one thin...
If you switch between tasks, seek distraction, and avoid addressing your goals, it could signal the beginnings of an anxiety episode.
Closely monitor productivity fluctuations and you’ll essentially develop an early warning system for those anxious feelings. If you reg...
How attached are you to your devices? Nomophobia is the fear of being without a connected device.
The need to be constantly connected to information can skew priorities. But your productivity should not depend on your ability to get online.
If your anxiety spikes when you’re unclear of your goal, demanding high-quality feedback is important.
Repeatedly trying to clarify action points can not only hamper productivity, it can make less assertive people feel burdensome to clients.
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Anxiety is upcoming as a major problem now a days. Every second person is facing such anxiety issues. So here are some steps to conquer your anxiety issues.
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