Your reactions to different challenges are part of the learning process, and it is sometimes necessary to take a step back when up against a challenge. Make sure to ask the right questions, which will enable you to understand your opportunities better, even in the middle of difficult situations. This way, you maintain control, solve problems, and set an example for your team.
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The way that you deal with pressure at work will enable you to handle the pressure in personal situations. If you can master handling pressure in one arena, you will learn to rise above challenges, grow, and move upwards and onward. Eventually, those tiring times will be a great source of pride.
Your initial plan might change from one stage to another, or even fail altogether, but the ability to change lanes quickly and accurately is key. Have a recovery plan or two in mind when you first start planning for a challenge ahead. Think of alternatives; even if you don’t need them, they will help you to handle pressure well, and you will be ready for the unforeseen.
Evaluation usually gives us the methods to handle pressure. Once our minds are clear, we can think of solutions rather than of the problem itself.
One of the main factors to consider in avoiding pressure is saying “no” as much as you say “yes.” If you know that a task can be done, then it will be done. If you think it can't be done, this evaluation gives you the opportunity to turn it around and figure out a way that it can be done.
Some of us naturally know how to work well under pressure. Even those who are not so naturally gifted learn to adapt. Because we are survivalists, we love challenge and we like to accomplish difficult tasks that keep us going. Hence, people mostly succeed rather than fail under pressure.
So, don’t view pressure as a negative, but rather embrace it and see it as an opportunity.
Most people see "pressure situations" as threatening, and that makes them perform even less well.
But, "when you see the pressure as a challenge, you are stimulated to give the attention and energy needed to make your best effort."
To practice, build "challenge thinking" into your daily life.
Understanding the key components of internal motivation is a good step to find the source of your procrastination.
A study showed that participants with higher self-esteem and a higher resistance to peer pressure tended to show lower levels of procrastination. The finding suggests that intrinsic motivation works better against procrastination.
Before you apply for a job, you probably first read a listing that includes vague statements like "We are seeking a self-starter who can work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment."
These common job listing phrases can reveal a lot about the company's priorities, the ideal job candidate, and who will fit in the organization's culture.
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