Worry, Stress & Anxiety, Adjacency Skills & Measuring your life - Deepstash
  1. Worry is the cognitive component of anxiety. It happens only in your mind, not in your body. 
  2. Stress is a physiological response connected to an external event. It is a reaction to environmental changes or forces that exceed our resources.
  3. Anxiety is the culmination of stress and worry. It has both - a cognitive element (worry) and physiological response (stress).

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1. Push for action

2. Write down the causes and potential solutions

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1. Understand what you can and cannot control.

2. Stop comparing with others (and their stress areas)

3. Exercise

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1. Have structured distractions like listening to music, talking a walk, sketching. 

2. Limit stimulants like alcohol, sugar etc.

3. Toe exercise

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  1. Make a list of all skills adjacent to existing skills
  2. Tag them based on "what you are curious about?"; "what skills have optimum ease of learning-challenging to learn?" and "what skills are useful for growth?"
  3. The skills that are at the intersection of these 3 categories are the ones to target, for learning and growth. 

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  1. Measure time with people who matter (instead of focusing on likes/comments to posts)
  2. Measure commitments honoured (over outcomes expected)
  3. Measure what all you have (over what all you don't have)
  4. Measure what you give (over what you take back)
  5. Measure experiences (over goals)

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