You are not alone if you are feeling exhausted or sloppy. We are humans, we cannot be energetic all the time. Here are 4 tips if you feel slumpy:
1.Take a break- It can be trip to your local mall or even a small picnic.
2.Do something you love- Indulge in something you love,it can be shopping, gardening, cooking or watching tv shows. This can help you deviate and give you new ideas
3.Ditch the FOMO- Actions are perpetual. Understand it's ok if you miss out on something.
4.Meditate- Close your eyes, Deep inhale and exhale for 7 times. Meditation helps you regain your focus.
We may sometimes be in situations where a stranger will do something very irritating or discomforting: They may turn up their music too loudly. They may assign us to a hotel room where the air conditioning will have a high pitched whine. In a restaurant, a fly may be floating in the soup.
Our upbringing and cultural traditions may cause us to say nothing and to overlook our agony. But inwardly, we may twitch and surprise ourselves with a sudden outburst of rage, sometimes in a completely unrelated place.
Misophonia is a neurophysiological condition where people have an excessively negative reaction to specific sounds, like slurping, humming, tapping, typing, or texting.
Misophonia means "hatred of sound" and people with this condition are aware of their overreaction, but can't control their reaction.
The credibility paradox haunts many freshers entering the workforce, who have to show they have credibility and expertise in a field without having the benefit of prior work experience.
The doorway to this is to seem ‘high potential’ to the recruiter, and overcome this experience deficit, building the expertise that they lack.
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