You can reframe the situation by telling yourself, “Today will be tough; tomorrow will be better.” This will help you gain perspective and realize that you don’t have to waste your energy or fears in a temporary situation.
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The key to remaining fearless under pressure is to learn how you can take back control of the situation. This, after all, is where most of the fear stems from – not having control of the problem. Here are a few things that you can start doing right now to learn to be fearless in the face of pressure.
It never hurts to have plan B through Z hanging in your back pocket. Preparing for a situation and planning for how you can respond if something goes wrong gives you a sense of control and empowers you to approach stressful situations.
You can choose to respond to an immense amount of pressure with a fearless attitude and willingness to take the initiative and start doing what you need to do to get out of the weeds. You just have to believe that you are capable of overcoming that challenge.
If you feel incredibly stressed or feel as though you have an insurmountable amount of pressure weighing on you, why not try to take a couple of moments to escape. Have a seat, close your eyes, and imagine you are elsewhere.
Once you can slow down your heart rate and calm your body down, you will be able to regain control and respond to the situation effectively.
Rather than looking at it from a place of confusion and fear, try determining what you can learn about the situation at hand. This will help you slowly regain control of the situation, which will give you the confidence you need to face it.
Unless and until you have superhuman powers, it is a herculean task to know what exactly the other person is thinking. And generally, we human beings have accepted that very fact. But if you are trying to answer that million-dollar question of whether that boy or girl is into you or likes you, then it can be a frustrating affair – especially if you are trying too hard to decipher.
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