Are You Always Stressed and Hurrying at Work?
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From the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep at night, you live in a constant state of rush. This book will help you diagnose your rush syndrome and determine what triggers it.
83% of American workers are stressed out by their work.
They feel that their work is out of control and maybe you are, too? This stress causes increases in anxiety, overwhelm, and irritability. The key to lower stress is to break the rush syndrome cycle. This book, Stressed and Hurrying at Work, provides 39 strategies, such as:
Separating the important from the urgent
Gaining control over your calendar
Breaking the smartphone addiction
Working with your basic rest-activity (BRAC) cycle
Finding your best working speed
Consider whether you have rush syndrome?
If you’re doing some of these 6 things, you probably do have rush syndrome:
You’re obsessed with packing productivity into every moment.
You often drive fast and walk fast to get where you’re trying to go as soon as possible.
You feel like everything in your life is urgent.
You constantly worry about not getting it all done.
You push yourself to think faster in order to fit everything in.
You’re perpetually multitasking.
By eliminating the constant need to hurry, you’ll free yourself to think creatively, become the best leader you can be, and accomplish more in your career—while getting more out of life as a whole.
Remember the words of Lao Tzu, “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”