Master stress managementMonitor changes

Master stress management

  • Monitor changes in your environment. Take interest in changes in policies, procedures, finances, and other processes around you to be ready to adjust to changing circumstances.
  • Create contingency plans. When planning your next task or project, consider best-case and worst-case scenarios.
  • Identify your stressors. Practice journaling to identify sources of stress and look into ways to manage them effectively.
  • Pursue hobbies. People who regularly engage in hobbies perform 15% to 30% better than people without hobbies. So schedule at least one block of time every week to do a hobby.

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